Meyers Funeral Chapels are proud of the communities we serve. It is very important for us to give back and provide support to our communities whether it be volunteering or through donations.
Meyers Funeral Chapel Named 2022 Business of the Year
The Park Hill School District named Meyers Funeral Chapel as their 2022 Business of the Year recipient. The award is an acknowledgement of the support the district receives from businesses. Todd and Nikki DeMint, Managing Partners with Meyers Funeral Chapels, have been generous supporters of the Park Hill School District’s Education Foundation for more than 10 years. Meyers Funeral Chapels are also supportive in developing young adults with the district’s Professional Studies program. Most students get to intern at Meyers with Todd DeMint and Loretta Temple who are National Board-Certified Embalmers as well as licensed funeral directors.
DeMint Family Featured in Northland Neighbors Magazine
The September 2020 issue of the Northland Neighbors magazine featured Meyers Funeral Chapel’s managing partner Todd DeMint, his wife Nikki, and their family. The article highlights the family-centric values and deep commitment of service to their community built on the foundation of their faith.
A PDF version of the article from Northland Neighbors-Best Version Media is available below.
Meyers Family Named 2019 Citizens of the Year
Each year, Truman Heartland Community Foundation tasks area mayors with nominating a citizen from their city who lends their time, talents and position to promote the community. While areas of impact are varied, the honorees are united by a common goal, improving and enriching the communities in our area.
The recipients were recognized at the 24th Annual Toast to Our Towns Gala on Saturday, September 28, 2019
2018 Business of the Year
The purpose of the Blue Springs Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year award is to recognize excellence in business. Meyers Funeral Chapel was the 2018 recipient.
“We are so honored to be named the 2018 Blue Springs Chamber Business of the year. It’s an honor to serve this wonderful community.”
– Marty & Kim Meyers, Meyers Funeral Chapel