Our Staff

We have years of experience caring for families, from all walks of life. Each family comes to us because they know we are leaders in our profession, dedicated to excellence in service, and have the highest integrity.

  • Robert L.

    Robert L. "Bobby" Wilkerson

    After attending the University of North Carolina and serving two years in the US Army Military Police, he then attended the Cincinnati School of Embalming where he graduated with honors and was voted by his peers as best all around funeral professional. Bobby spent his entire working career serving Reidsville and Rockingham County at Wilkerson Funeral Home. Enjoying retirement, he and his wife, Flo enjoy spending time together at home and at Lake Junaluska.

  • Drew Wilkerson  McGee

    Drew Wilkerson McGee

    Drew is a native of Reidsville and is the fourth generation Wilkerson in the family business. She graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a BS degree in Business and Community Services in 1988 and later graduated from Fayetteville Technical Community College with a degree in Funeral Service. Drew is the office manager and loves serving the families of Reidsville.

    Drew is married to Don McGee, who is the general manager of Wilkerson's, Family Pet Cremation Center in Greensboro. She is a member of the Hospice of Rockingham County Board of Directors, a sustaining member of the Reidsville Junior Service League and a member of the Hoe and Hope Garden Club.

  • Ted W.  Hopkins, CFSP

    Ted W. Hopkins, CFSP

    Ted joined Wilkerson in June of 1990. He is native of Rockingham County and graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1982. He finished with a double major in Public Relations and Psychology. He later received his funeral directing license in 1992 and is currently the business manager of the firm.

    Ted lives in Reidsville and is married to April Wilkerson Hopkins. They have 3 daughters, Louisa Brown and husband, Zach, Amelia Yarbrough and husband, Zach and Bess Hopkins. He is a member of the Reidsville Rotary Club, a member of the Salvation Army Board of Directors and is on the county wide Board of Directors for HomeTrust Bank. Ted is the author of Life Stories ~ Healing and Hope in the Wake of Loss. He is a member of Reidsville Christian Church and currently serves on the A-team at Daystar Church.

  • Cheryl Williams  Tudor

    Cheryl Williams Tudor

    Cheryl is a native and lifelong resident of Reidsville and is a 1977 graduate of Rockingham Community College with a degree in Cosmetology. She served clients in that field for over 24 years, owning her own business for 18 of those years. Feeling led to funeral service, she began her schooling in 1999 and joined Wilkerson Funeral Home in 2000. She graduated from Fayetteville Technical Community College in May 2002 obtaining her funeral director’s license. She later received her embalming license in July 2004.

    Cheryl is married to Glenn Tudor and attends East Side Baptist Church where she is often a featured soloist.

  • Tim  Goodman

    Tim Goodman

    Tim's family moved to Reidsville in 1974. He attended Reidsville High School and has served our community as a fireman both with Yanceyville Road Volunteer Fire Department and the Reidsville Fire Department. He was formerly employed with Winn Dixie Grocery, Lowe's Home Improvement and is the owner / operator of his lawn care business since 1976. He joined Wilkerson in 2006 and serves as a certified crematory operator.

    He is married to Lisa and has two children, Kristen and Bradley. He is a faithful member of Main Street United Methodist Church.

  • Chuck  Caldwell

    Chuck Caldwell

    Chuck is a native of Atlanta, Georgia and grew up on his family farm in Southwest Georgia. He is a 1987 graduate of Gupton-Jones College, Atlanta. He is a member of Pi Sigma Eta National Morticians Fraternity. He holds a Funeral Director and Embalmer license in Georgia and a Funeral Service license and Preneed license in North Carolina. He has over twenty-five years experience in the funeral service industry.

    Chuck is married to the former Rhonda Fallin, who is the owner and pharmacist at Madison Pharmacy and they have three children, Lane, Rachel and Ben. They are communicants of Episcopal Church of the Messiah, where he has served as Senior Warden. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, gardening and collecting antiques. The Caldwell’s make their home in Madison.

  • C. Allen  Myers, III

    C. Allen Myers, III

    Allen is a native of Reidsville and graduated in 1975 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and in 1979 from Dallas Theological Seminary in Dallas, TX. He pastored churches in New York and in nearby Guilford County at Apple's Chapel Christian Church in Gibsonville, NC for 32 years. Allen is a licensed funeral director, preneed counselor and crematory operator.

    He has been married to Janice R. Myers since 1975 and raised two children, Daniel Myers and wife, Heather and Emily Alford and husband, Tim. He also has four grandchildren, Eathan, Ryland, Ellie Grace and Colton. Allen enjoys hunting and fishing and anything outdoors.

  • John  Seright, III

    John Seright, III

    John is a native of Indiana and grew up in South Texas. He is a 2000 graduate of Angelo State University in San Angelo, Texas, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology. He received an Associate’s Degree in Mortuary Science from Amarillo College in 2004. He moved his family to Reidsville to join Wilkerson Funeral Home in 2013. He holds a Funeral Service license and Preneed license in North Carolina and is a Certified Crematory Operator. He has over twelve years of experience in the funeral service industry.

    John is married to Brandy Seright and they have two children, Shaylee and Sean. He attends Reidsville Christian Church. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, riding bicycles and playing golf.

  • Zachary Austin Brown

    Zachary Austin Brown

    Zach joined Wilkerson in February, 2016. He is a native of Rockingham County and graduated with a Business Marketing degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Currently he is licensed in life insurance and is studying at Fayetteville Technical College to obtain his full funeral service license. A former loan officer with State Employee's Credit Union, Zach lives in Greensboro and is married to Louisa Hopkins Brown. He is a partner with Day Star Church.

  • Barbara Wilkerson  Barham

    Barbara Wilkerson Barham

    Barbara, daughter of Mr. H.P. "Pitt" Wilkerson, is a lifetime resident of Reidsville. She retired from the legal profession as a para legal with over 30 years of service and has been working at the funeral home now, for over 10 years. She has three children, Mike Barham and wife, Pam, Clifton Barham and Jennifer Barham and one granddaughter, MacKenzie. She is member of First Baptist Church of Reidsville.

  • Ken  Whicker

    Ken Whicker

    Ken, a lifelong resident of Rockingham County, has served the families of our community at Wilkerson for over 55 years. His loyal and faithful support has been a blessing to the Wilkerson family.

    Ken retired from Williams Gas Pipeline, formerly known as Transcontinental Gas Pipeline after 41 years of service. He is a member of Main Street United Methodist and was a former member of the Reidsville Board of Education, where he served as Chairman for 7 years. Ken is a gifted organist and has played for many churches all around the county, weddings and probably, thousands of funerals. He has 2 sons, Kenny Whicker and wife, Jackie and Sammy Whicker and wife, Angela and 5 grandchildren, Jacob, Kyler, Isaac, Lydia and Caleb.

  • Lavisa Chrismon Walker

    Lavisa Chrismon Walker

    Lavisa grew up in the Monticello community, later graduated from East Carolina University and taught 10 years with Reidsville City Schools. Later in life, after walking through her own personal experiences of loss, Lavisa considered what she might do to help others. Her close relationship with Flo Wilkerson opened the discussion to possibly helping out at the funeral home. She agreed to give it 30 days and she has continued to serve families during their darkest hour now for over 20 years. Lavisa has a son, Kenan Walker and his wife, Jane and she is a member of Main Street United Methodist Church.

  • Judy  Allen

    Judy Allen

    After retiring from General Motors, Judy returned home to Reidsville. Looking for the opportunity to give back to the community and some part time work hours, Judy joined the Wilkerson team in 1999. Her endless energy and infinite optimism is a true encouragement to all of us. Along with her work time here, she also works part time with the Cat’s Meow and is a faithful member of Baptist Temple Church.

  • Michael Lee Somers

    Michael Lee Somers

    Mike celebrated his 15th year with Wilkerson Funeral Home this past July! He is a faithful, steadfast member of our nighttime and weekend support team. A lifetime resident of Reidsville and the Williamsburg community, Mike graduated from Reidsville High School and most recently, works as a salesman for Reidsville Grocery. He is married to Janet and they have 2 daughters, Heather Kelley and husband, Kenny and Amy.

    Mike has been a longtime and faithful member of Covington Church where he is often a featured soloist.

  • David  Hundley

    David Hundley

    David is a lifelong resident of Rockingham County. He retired from the North Carolina Department of Transportation after 30 years of service. Beyond his career with the DOT, David has served as a fireman with the Oregon Hill Fire Department for 40 years. He was Captain for 15 of those years. He is married to Robin and has one son, Adam Hundley and wife, Ali and two granddaughters, Madi and Maci. David has been a faithful employee at the funeral home for over 5 years.

  • Neal  Miller

    Neal Miller

    Neal is a native of Rockingham County and a longtime resident of the Oregon Hill community. He was a veteran serving in the US Air Force during the Vietnam crisis. For 28 years, Neal had a management career in the textile industry and later worked with Wilkerson Funeral Home fulltime for 10 years and continues to be a faithful and integral part of our support team.

    Married to Janice Stone Miller, they have one son, Kevin and his wife, Lori and two grandchildren, Hunter and Harley. They are members of Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church. Neal has served his community as a volunteer firefighter and medical responder for over 40 years.

  • Joey  Howell

    Joey Howell

    Joey is the owner/operator of Howell Automotive and has been helping the Wilkerson support team now for over 6 years. Joey is a lifetime resident of Reidsville and is married to his wife, Tammi. They have 2 daughters, Jennifer Tate and her husband, Matthew and Kimberly and one granddaughter, Parker.

  • Pat Sechrest

    Pat Sechrest

    After receiving her Bachelor of Science degree from UNCG, Pat moved to Reidsville and began her career in education. Later, she received her Master of Library and Information Studies Degree from UNCG and retired from the Rockingham County Schools after 32 years of service. She has been and continues to be a faithful member of Reidsville Christian Church where she has served on the praise and worship team for many years. She is married to John and has one daughter, Kelly Revels and husband, Justin and 2 grandsons, Greyson and Zachary.

    Pat felt led to reach out to grieving families after the loss of her son and has become an integral part of the Wilkerson team. She enjoys golfing, line dancing, reading and spending time with her family.

  • Justin Moore

    Justin Moore

    Justin is a native of Reidsville and after serving 4 years in the U S Marine Corps, he moved his family home to Rockingham County. Justin's kind and gentle spirit communicates his genuine care and concern for the families we serve here at Wilkerson. He is passionate about faith, family and fitness.

    Justin is married to Ashley and they have two sons, Levi and Caden. He is a partner with Daystar Church where he serves on the worship team as a drummer.