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Tom is a graduate of the Indiana College of Mortuary Science, and is a member of the Indiana Funeral Directors Association.
Tom is actively involved in the Logansport Community. He is the Past President of Cass County Churchmen United and the Logansport Noon Kiwanis Club.
He is also a member of the Logansport Shrine Club, Tipton Masonic Lodge #33, F&AM, the Murat Temple of Indianapolis, and the American Legion.
He is also a member Cross Wind United Methodist Church.
Beverly is coordinator of public relations for the family business.
She devotes herself to helping friends and families during their most difficult times.
Beverly is active in many community service organizations. She is member of the Niddee Guild, Psi Iota Xi Alumnus and Cross Wind United Methodist Church.
Chris Smith is a licensed funeral director and manager of the Gundrum Funeral Home and Crematory.
Chris is a graduate of Vincennes University where he received his Associate Degree in Funeral Services.
Chris is married to Tonya Gundrum who is also a licensed funeral director, and they are the parents of two sons, Kyle and Kevin who are also both licensed funeral directors in the family business.
Chris is a member of the Logansport Shrine Club, Tipton Masonic Lodge #33, F&AM, Murat Temple of Indianapolis, Logansport Elks Lodge #66, and a member of Cross Wind United Methodist Church.
Representing the second generation of Funeral Service, Tonya holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Indiana University and is a graduate of Vincennes University with an Associate degree in Funeral Service.
Tonya is employed at Memorial Hospital and also part time at Gundrum Funeral Home and Crematory. She is also a licensed crematory operator.
Tonya and her husband Chris live in Cass County and are the parents of two sons, Kyle and Kevin who are both licensed funeral directors and associated with the funeral home.
Kyle is a 2005 graduate of Logansport High School and a 2007 Graduate of Mid-America College of Funeral Service in Jeffersonville, IN.
The son of Chris and Tonya, Kyle is a 3rd generation funeral director. He is also a Licensed Crematory Operator.
Kyle and his wife Brooke are the parents of two daughters, Kendall Ann Smith and Brielle Reese Smith
Along with several volunteer positions in the community, he is a member of the Logansport Noon Kiwanis Club, and serves on the Cass County Special Olympics Board.
In his spare time Kyle enjoys golfing, DJing, playing video games and spending time with his family.
Kevin Smith is the son of Chris and Tonya Smith and Grandson of Thomas and Beverly Gundrum. He is the 3rd generation funeral director/embalmer beginning his career in the funeral business.
Kevin graduated from Logansport High School in 2007 where he was active in athletics playing basketball, golf, soccer and football. Kevin was awarded a scholarship to the University of St. Francis in 2007 and was a starter on the football team until he graduated in 2011 with a degree in business marketing. After graduation Kevin attended Mid America College of Funeral Service and graduated in 2012 with another Bachelors degree in Mortuary Science. In January of 2014 Kevin finished his internship and started working full time as a licensed funeral director and embalmer.
Kevin is an active member in Cass County. He is member of the Logansport Shrine Club, the Third Wheel Patrol, the Tipton Masonic Lodge #33, F&AM, Volunteer for Harrison TWP/Lucerne Fire Dept, Twelve Mile Volunteer Fire Dept and is a Member of the Logansport Fire Department.
Steve graduated from Logansport High School in 1979 and has been associated with the Gundrum Funeral Home for 29 years. He is a member of the First Church of the Nazarene and lives in Logansport with his wife Cindy and their daughter Jessica. Steve enjoys gardening, working in his yard and spending time with his family.
LeBron helps us meet with families, work visitation, and provide comfort too. He spends most days with us here at the funeral home. He has even been requested to attend some of our services, as families have mentioned that he makes them feel more at home.