David is a 1968 graduate
of Worsham College of Mortuary Science in Chicago, Illinois and is a licensed
funeral director in Iowa and Illinois. He is a member of the Iowa Funeral
Director's Association and the Mississippi Valley Funeral Director's Association.
In addition, he is a member of the Bettendorf Rotary Club, the Bettendorf Lions
Club and Asbury United Methodist Church. He has two
children, Christy Weber and Jon Chambers. His wife, Donna passed away in 2019.
Jon is a graduate of Rock
Island High School and a 2002 graduate of Worsham College of Mortuary Science
in Wheeling, Illinois. He is a licensed funeral director in Iowa and Illinois
and is a licensed life insurance producer in Iowa. Jon is a member of the Iowa
Funeral Director's Association, the Mississippi Valley Funeral Director's
Association and the Lions Club of Eldridge, Iowa. Jon and his wife,
Debra, have two daughters and a son.
Mindi is a graduate of
Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois and a 2008 graduate of Worsham
College of Mortuary Science in Wheeling, Illinois. She is a licensed
funeral director and embalmer in Iowa and Illinois, as well as a licensed life
insurance producer in Iowa. Mindi is a member of the Mississippi Valley Funeral
Director's Association. She and her husband, Don, enjoy spending time
with family, friends, and their two dogs, Rosco and Echo.
Sue is a 2001 graduate of St. Ambrose
University with her degree in Theology. She is an ordained, Commissioned Ruling
Elder in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and serves as our chaplain. A
member of Bettendorf Presbyterian Church, Sue is a spiritual leader in our
community. She lives in Bettendorf and is blessed to share her life with
her son, her grandson and her little furry four-legged companion, Mandi.
McGinnis-Chambers Funeral Home in 2003, a few years following his retirement in
the Experimental Department at J.I. Case Company. Dan served in the United
States Army from 1968-1971, where he was a heavy equipment operator near the
South China Sea in Vietnam. Dan and his wife, Francine, reside in Davenport. He
has one daughter and two grandchildren.
Art is a graduate of
Worsham College of Mortuary Science and retired in 2000 after more than 40
years as a Funeral Director / Embalmer. He, along with Roger Furrow,
handle the daily duties at Chambers Funeral Home in Eldridge.
Art is a member of The
Knights of Columbus where he served as Grand Knight from 1969-1971. Since
1978 he has been a member of the Eldridge Lions Club; a Melvin Jones Fellow,
and was awarded the Warren Coleman Honorary Award. He Served District MD
9EC from 2010- 2011 as it's District Governor. He served as a board member
for 6 years for the North Scott Community School District.
Art and his wife
Susanne are members of St. Anthony Catholic Church in Davenport and just
celebrated 50 years of marriage in August of 2014. They have three sons,
ten grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.
When Roger Furrow joined
Chambers Funeral Home in 2005, he brought with him a wealth of experience in
the service industry. Roger served in the United States Army from 1957 –
1959 and was stationed in Korea. He was then discharged and placed on inactive
duty for the next four years. Once a fire fighter for the city of Davenport; Roger
retired for the first time as an insurance fire and theft investigator in 2001.
Also, for fourteen years, he was a reserve law enforcement officer for Scott
County. Shortly after retiring, Roger received certification as an EMT and
volunteered with the Medic organization for eight years.
has been married to his wife Donna since 1959 and has three grown children, six
grandchildren as well as five great-grandchildren.
Jim was raised on a farm
in south-central Iowa. He entered the Navy after high school and
served from 1958 thru 1961. Jim came to the Quad Cities in 1962 and
has been a Bettendorf resident since 1965. He worked for AT&T and G.E.
prior to finding his career in Information Systems for the US Army Corps of
Engineers. Jim retired in 1999 and has found that volunteering for
various organizations is very rewarding.
Jim is an active member of St. John Vianney Catholic Church. He is
an Honorary Life Member of the Knights of Columbus Bettendorf Council 4403,
where he served as Grand Knight from 1976-1977. He is also a member
of the church's Men’s Fellowship Group.
Jim and his late wife Shirley were married 54 years. Jim enjoys
spending time with his four children and their spouses, seven grandchildren and
one great grand-daughter.