Ed is the owner of Clarksville Funeral Home and has served Red River County families as their funeral director since returning from Gupton-Jones School of Mortuary Science in 1963. He continues to support our communities to promote growth and to retain their heritages. Ed and his wife, Connie Kay Lindeman, have two sons, Lee and Scott. He is a member of McKenzie Memorial United Methodist Church.
Lee E. Lindeman
Funeral Director In Charge
Lee joined the family business in 1988 after graduating from Southern Arkansas University and Dallas Institute of Funeral Service. Lee is an avid outdoorsman and is the Six-Time Texas State Turkey Calling Champion which led to several television appearances including Late Night with Conan O’Brien. Lee is active in service to his county and is a member of McKenzie Memorial United Methodist Church. He has two children a son, Layne Lindeman, wife Lauren and daughter, Karlee Lindeman. Lee has two grandchildren, Landri and Lake Lindeman.
E. Lee Stiles
Stiles was graduated from Avery High School in 2006 and has lived in Red River County all of his life. He is a licensed Embalmer and Funeral Director. Lee Stiles is married to Tiffiny Applegate. They have a a daughter Kimberlee and a son Bryce.
A native of Henderson, Texas. He joined the staff in November 2020. Graduated of Commonwealth College of Mortuary Science in Houston. Has been a licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer since 1970. He is U.S. Army Veteran of Vietnam Era. He served as mortician with U.S. Army Mortuary System, Europe. He is an active member of Lone Star Methodist Church.
Attends Bogata First Baptist Church in Bogata, Texas. He has been in the ministry for 47 years and has been a funeral assistant for ten years.
Kady moved here with her family when her husband, Ryan Youngblood, became the pastor at Aikin Grove Missionary Baptist Church in the Fall of 2018. She has an Associates of Science Degree from Panola College where she studied Music, and a Bachelor of Science Degree from Liberty University where she studied Education, Music, and Religion. She has a son, Sawyer, who she enjoys watching anime and playing video games with.
Ryan moved to Clarksville with his family when he became the pastor at Aikin Grove Missionary Baptist Church in Fall of 2018. He is also a professor at Texas Baptist Institute in Henderson, Texas. He enjoys helping serve his community through sharing the gospel as well as helping others through times of grief. He has one child, Sawyer, who he enjoys taking fishing and teaching to play baseball.
Jan joined Clarksville Funeral Home in 2013 to work part time in visitations. She had just retired from customer service in the Dallas area and returned to her hometown of Clarksville. In the most recent years of her employment, she also became custodian for the funeral home.