History & 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.

Our History

Selma Funeral Home opened in July, 2002. In December 2003, the funeral home was purchased by Mr. Karl Jones and his father, Rev. George K. Jones, Sr.

We,along with our staff are committed to provide the very best service to the families we serve. We promise to provide the dignity and compassion that has always been expected in our industry.

Our Valued Staff

  • Shane D. Ogle

    Shane D. Ogle, Licensed Funeral Director - Funeral Home Manager

    Shane is a resident of Chilton County. Being born in Selma and growing up here with family, Shane's roots are here in Selma. He is a 2006 graduate of Maplesville High School. Shane began his career in the funeral industry in 2006. He is a licensed funeral director. Shane is our funeral home manager and oversees the day to day operations of Selma Funeral Home as well as Pineview Memory Gardens.

    Shane is an active member of Clanton First United Methodist Church.

    He is married to Brittany Edwards Ogle of Maplesville. Together they have four children, Hunter Burnett, Mollie Ogle, Tanner Burnett, and Judson Ogle. Shane is the son of Randy Ogle of Pensacola, FL and Delene Smith of Stanton, AL, and the grandson of Johnny Smith and and the late Jewel Leevon Gandy Smith of Stanton, AL, and the late J.T. Clyde Ogle and the late Ellen Cook Ogle of Selma, AL.

    Shane is well versed in pre-arrangements and at-need arrangements.

    He considers it a great honor and privilege to serve the people of Dallas County and the surrounding areas.

  • Darrin  Yarbrough

    Darrin Yarbrough, Licensed Funeral Director - Monument Specialist

    Darrin is a graduate of Selma High School and Wallace Community College. He is a graduate of Holland's School of Jewelry Repair. He has been at Selma Funeral Home since 2008. He now serves his community as a licensed Preneed Sales Agent and a licensed Funeral Director.

  • Mack L. “Bubba” Wilkerson

    Mack L. “Bubba” Wilkerson, Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer

    Mack L. “Bubba” Wilkerson is a native of Selma. He and his wife Vicky have been married for over 30 years. They have two daughters Samantha and Caitlin.

    Mack is an active member of Elkdale Baptist Church where he enjoys playing the bass guitar in the praise and worship band. He and his wife also own and operate the Flower Basket.

    Mack is a graduate of Jefferson State Community College where he earned his degree in mortuary science.

    He is also well versed in at need arrangements, pre-need arrangements, and monument sales.

    Mack has a passion to serve the people of Valley Grande, Selma, Dallas County, and the surrounding areas.

  • Debbie  Barrett

    Debbie Barrett, Office Manager

  • Amy  Jones

    Amy Jones, Owner

    Amy Patterson Jones, a Dallas County native and resident of Valley Grande is the owner of Selma Funeral Home. She is the wife of the late owner, Karl Jones.

    Amy has three sons, Cory Wharton, Taylor (Emily) Haugen, and Chance Tierce. She is a member of Ocmulgee Baptist Church.

    She enjoys spending time with family and friends. She is an avid supporter of the Central Alabama Regional Child Advocacy Center.

    Amy's passion for the people of Valley Grande, Selma, Dallas County, and the surrounding areas is one of great importance to her. She takes great pride in serving the community and looks forward to continuing the legacy of the best of care, when care matters the most at Selma Funeral Home.

  • Karl  Jones

    Karl Jones, Former Owner

    The late Mr. Karl Jones was the Owner and Manager of Selma Funeral Home from its beginning in 2003. Karl was licensed by the Alabama Board of Funeral Services. In October of 2019, Mr. Jones passed away. He leaves behind a legacy of compassionate care for the people of Valley Grande, Selma, Dallas County, and the surrounding areas. Selma Funeral Home is still owned and operated by his wife, Mrs. Amy Jones.

  • Victor  Millhouse

    Victor Millhouse, Cemetery Technician

  • Russell “Rusty”  Stough

    Russell “Rusty” Stough, Cemetery Technician

  • Chance  Tierce

    Chance Tierce, Cemetery Technician