Kale Phillips is a lifelong resident of Paragould. He was raised in a little community near Marmaduke by his parents, Berlie and Vera Phillips. Kale is the oldest of four children. Kale and his wife, Melissa, have one daughter, Lacey Phillips-Sain, and two granddaughters, Kynzley and Kalyana Sain.
Kale and his family saw the need for a caring, compassionate and affordable funeral home in the area. When people are faced with the death of a loved one they need and deserve affordable options. Kale strives to accommodate the needs of every single family he works with. Our facility, which was the former Center Hill Church of Christ, was totally renovated, and is a full service funeral home with a chapel that can comfortably accommodate over 250 people. Phillips Funeral Home carries a wide variety of caskets, personalized memorial options, a live webcast for funeral services is available, and any type of funeral or cremation service can be customized to meet the families needs. In 2015, Kale opened the only funeral home owned and operated crematory in Greene County. If a family chooses cremation, everything can be completed in house, so your loved ones never leave our care. Kale is a Licensed Funeral Director and accredited as a Certified Crematory Operator and is proud to serve Greene County and the surrounding areas.