Rob and Diane Campanella have owned and operated Campanella Family Funeral Home, Inc. since 2004. Diane and Rob have two grown sons; their oldest is a funeral home manager in Denver and the youngest, a Kansas State graduate in Construction Science. Rob is a licensed funeral director and embalmer, experienced in pre-arrangement counseling, monument design and a guest lecturer for KSU. He is active in community affairs including Community Health Ministry, Wamego Lions Club, Big Brother and Big Sister of Pottawatomie and Wabaunsee Counties, The Columbian Theatre, Wamego Public Library Board, and the Wamego and Alma Chamber of Commerce.
Randy Kufahl is a licensed funeral director and embalmer. He has been an active member of Kufahl Funeral Home his entire life. Randy is a loan officer at Farmer's State Bank in Westmoreland but steps in and helps any family that chooses Kufahl Funeral Home. Randy and his wife, Kari, have five children. He is an active member of St. Lukes Lutheran Church in Wheaton and a past Pottawatomie County Treasurer.
Jennifer Woods is a licensed assistant funeral director, and she is currently enrolled at American Academy McAllister Institute of Funeral Services in New York, NY, where she is taking online courses to become a licensed funeral director and embalmer. Jennifer handles most of our monument work, as well as helping a family design their memorial folders and other aspects of their funeral service. She is a lifelong resident of the area and graduate from Rock Creek Jr.-Sr. High School. Her husband, Derek, sometimes helps out at the funeral home. They have three kids in the St. George school district. She enjoys helping out with the Columbian Theater, the Community Health Ministry, and anywhere she can be a part of the community.
Ellen Campanella is a retired registered nurse and well known international speaker for Christian Women’s Clubs. She moved to Wamego in 2004 and helps in the funeral home office part time. She also is an artist and has donated several of her paintings for benefit auctions that support the Community Health Ministry as well as the Wamego Hospital Foundation.