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1319 Magnavox Way, Fort Wayne, IN 46804 | 260-456-0890
Brian DeCamp has lived most all of his life in Kendallville, Indiana. He began his career in funeral service in 1986 after earning his funeral director license and graduating from Western Illinois University and Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science. He joined Hite Funeral Home in 1998 and has devoted nearly 33 years to helping families. Brian purchased Hite Funeral Home in Kendallville in 2006 and opened Northern Indiana Funeral Care in Fort Wayne in 2011. He is dedicated to continuing the long tradition of providing excellence in funeral service to families in the Northern Indiana area. Brian has been married to his wife, Jodi for 28 years and they have four daughters; Brianna (Ryan) Bollier, Claire (Clint) Hoffar, Paige and Kathryn.
Summer keeps track of everything in the office! Her attention to detail and organizational skills help make her excellent at what she does. She handles many important responsibilities including answering phone calls, helping clients with insurance claims, account receivables and payables, just to name a few. Summer is an invaluable asset to the funeral home running smooth and efficient and we appreciate her dedication. She is the mother of two boys, Caden and Mason.
Funeral Assistant & Maintenance
John is the one responsible for keeping the funeral home looking nice! He helps out in all kinds of ways from setting up, cleaning up, and assisting on funerals to keeping the cars clean. John can fix just about anything! He's a talented, jack-of-all-trades, and we appreciate all he does! He is married to his wife, Stacy and they have three adult children Audrey Paul, Emily Cochard, and Justin Cochard and three grandchildren.
Chris has been around the funeral home since 2010 and stays busy getting things ready each funeral service. She designs and prints memorial folders, bookmarks, and register books; creates memorial DVD's; takes care of the portraits; and keeps our online memorial tributes updated. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, going to all of her grandchildren's activities, and getting together with her friends.
First Response Care Team & Funeral Assistant
Shaleen was born in Fort Wayne and lives in the same house today that she grew up in! She graduated from Bishop Luers High School in 1994 and is a member of St. John The Baptist Catholic Church. She actively supports GiveHear and is their special events coordinator. Shaleen's been involved in funeral service in Fort Wayne and the surrounding area for eight years and is currently seeking to obtain her funeral director license. You may have seen Shaleen at a nursing or hospice home, hospital or private residence. She handles her role as first response caregiver with excellence. She has a daughter, Morgan, who is a college student. Shaleen has a heart for people, loves serving others and taking care of children. She enjoys raising miniature ponies, snow skiing, traveling and spending time with her family and friends.
Sarah (née Schwehn) and her husband Darrell live in Fort Wayne. She has 30 years of experience in advance planning. Sarah joined Northern Indiana Funeral Care in September 2013 to help families save on the cost of their funeral arrangements. She enjoys spending time with her 2 year old granddaughter Aurora.
has lived in Fort Wayne for 25 years and has four children and five
grandchildren, who all live in Fort Wayne. For many years Tom served families in
Northeast Indiana as a licensed insurance agent. He frequently referred his
clients to Northern Indiana Funeral Care because of the exceptional value they provides to families. For this reason it only made sense for Tom to join the
Northern Indiana Funeral Care team.
Vicki has an 18 year career in Advanced Planning. She lives in Fort Wayne. Having lost a spouse, Mother, and other family members all in the same year, she knows personally the value and peace of mind that comes with having pre-arrangements taken care of. She has a good listening ear and would love to provide protection and various options for your family before a need arises.
Greeter & Advance Funeral Planning
Sue has been a lifelong Summit City resident. She has been servicing families for more than five years and is knowledgeable in traditional burials as well as cremations. Sue is very active in church communities as well as senior services and serves on the board with Council on Senior Services. In her spare time, she enjoys her eight grandchildren and gardening. Sue joined Northern Indiana Funeral Care in 2015. Call her with any questions or concerns. She is here to help you and yours.