Staff

The Staff of Stafford Funeral Homes

Our caring and experienced staff understands the needs of our community and is dedicated to helping our friends and neighbors during their time of grief.

Thomas R. Stafford
Owner, Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer and licensed to write insurance
Born and raised in Richland County, he and his daughters Brittany and Abigail, moved to Spring Green in 1990 when he purchased the funeral home from Bradley(Viola) Richardson. Tom and his wife Dawn, are members of the St. Johns/Mary’s Catholic Church.  He is also involved in many community activities. Whenever Tom has free time he enjoys spending time with family and friends, preferably outdoors! He particularly enjoys hunting and mowing lawn at his farm.

Kayla Radel
Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer
Kayla Radel started as an apprentice in 2010. She graduated from MATC West Allis with an associate degree in Funeral Service, before becoming a licensed funeral director in 2013.  Kayla and her husband, Bryan, reside in Plain.

Raymond Stafford
Funeral Associate
Ray probably knows the people of our community best! He’s been involved with the funeral service business since 1977 and everyone seems to recognize him! He and his wife Sheila live in Richland County.

Deborah R. Tafs
Secretary/Office Manager
Deb is responsible for most of the paperwork, printing and record keeping that is required…along with all the ‘miscellaneous’ duties that go with keeping an office organized! Deb enjoys entertaining family and friends, maintaining her flower gardens, and spending time with her three sons and their families.  Deb and her husband Marlon live in Plain.

Regina Templen
Funeral Associate

Regina grew up in Bear Valley and graduated from River Valley High School in 1998. Regina has been a part of the Stafford Funeral Home since 2011. Regina is the daughter of Steve and Laura Kaul.  Gina has two sons Trevor and Gavin.  When not working, Gina spends time with her sons and other family and friends.

Sam Ewers

Apprentice Funeral Director