Our staff's commitment to you

 

Our staff is committed to providing support, compassion, information, and direction as needed to all members of our community, their families, and friends who are dealing with loss and grief.

 

 

Staff members of Allee - Holman - Howe Funeral Home are caring and experienced professionals who understand that each family is unique and has personal requests and traditions. These requests and traditions are of utmost importance to our staff of licensed funeral directors.

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​BRETT EIDSON, COO Funeral Director/Embalmer/Manager

Brett joined the staff of Allee Holman-Howe Funeral Home in 2005. 
He is a graduate of Camdenton High School, playing on the 1999 Class 4A State Champion Camdenton Lakers Football team, he received his B.A. in Political Science from Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri and an A.A.S. in Funeral Science from Arkansas State University in Mountain Home, Arkansas.  

 

He and his wife Naomi have two children, Kathryn and Andrew. He is a member of Union Southern Baptist Church in Decaturville, MO, National Funeral Directors Association, Missouri Funeral Directors and Embalmers Association, and serves as Treasurer for Holman-Howe Funeral Homes.  He also serves on the Advisory Board for the Arkansas State University Funeral Science Program, Chairman of the Camden County Law Enforcement Restitution Fund Board, and Past President and current Treasurer of the Lake Valley Golf  Club Board of Directors.  He is the past Treasurer of the Wright County Missouri Emergency Services Board, and is the Past President of the Ann Short Turner Community Center in Mansfield, Missouri. 

Brett also serves as an assistant coach for the Camdenton Lakers Football team, and serves as Vice President of the Camdenton Laker Youth Football League (CLYFL).

 

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CECELIA EIDSON Office Manager

Cecelia is a graduate of Camdenton High School and a life-long resident of Camden County. She has faithfully served as the Office Manager for funeral home since 2005.  Cecelia is a vital part of the Allee-Holman-Howe family and is a well respected member of the Camdenton community.   She and her husband Gary have two sons, Brett and wife Naomi and Jake and wife Kristin; and six grandchildren Kathryn, Andrew, Wyatt, Reed, Cohen, and Tucker. She and her husband Gary are members of Linn Creek Baptist Church in Linn Creek, Missouri.  Cecelia serves on the Percival Cemetery Board and is very active in the Camdenton community.

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Brad Lewis Funeral Director

Brad Lewis was born and raised in Buffalo, Missouri. Shortly after graduation from Buffalo High School he began serving his community at Cantlon Otterness Funeral Home, now known as Cantlon Otterness and Viets Funeral Home, for five years and shortly fell in love with the profession. He truly takes pride in knowing he can help his local families heal during the most difficult times of their lives. Brad became a member of the Allee-Holman-Howe family in January of 2020 and is eager to establish the same relationships with the community as he had in Buffalo.

Brad is engaged to his beautiful fiancée, Danielle Deweese. Together they two daughters. In his spare time he enjoys bowling, golfing, spending time outdoors and being with his friends and family. 

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Andrew Hall Funeral Director Apprentice

Drew was born in Independence, Missouri and moved to the lake area in 1993, graduating from Climax Springs R4 High School in Climax Springs, Missouri. He has been a resident of Camdenton, Missouri for the past 12 years and began in 2018 working with us in a part time capacity as a funeral directors assistant. He joined the staff of Allee-Holman-Howe Funeral Home as a full time Funeral Directors Apprentice in December of 2019 and has recently enrolled at the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service working to earn an Associates of Applied Science degree. Drew is married to the love of his life Courtney and is a very proud father of four children; Kylee, Sylas, Eric, and Rosie. Drew and his wife Courtney are very active in the community of Camdenton.

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Lacy Davis Funeral Directors Apprentice

Lacy is a native to the Lake of the Ozarks.  Born and raised in the Laurie area, she graduated from Morgan County R2 in 2000.  She moved to St. Louis shortly after, where she worked as a cake decorator while she went to school and earned her Emergency Medical Technicians License.  She moved back to the lake in 2007 and has worked for Lake West Ambulance for fourteen years.  Lacy is currently attending Dallas Institute of Funeral Service, working toward her Associate Degree in Funeral Service, and is on track to complete her studies in June of 2022.  Lacy has been with Allee-Holman-Howe Funeral Home since April of 2020.  Her children attend Camdenton R-III Schools and she is a member of Linn Creek Baptist Church.  

​BRETT EIDSON, COO

Funeral Director/Embalmer/Manager
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Brett joined the staff of Allee Holman-Howe Funeral Home in 2005. 
He is a graduate of Camdenton High School, playing on the 1999 Class 4A State Champion Camdenton Lakers Football team, he received his B.A. in Political Science from Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri and an A.A.S. in Funeral Science from Arkansas State University in Mountain Home, Arkansas.  

 

He and his wife Naomi have two children, Kathryn and Andrew. He is a member of Union Southern Baptist Church in Decaturville, MO, National Funeral Directors Association, Missouri Funeral Directors and Embalmers Association, and serves as Treasurer for Holman-Howe Funeral Homes.  He also serves on the Advisory Board for the Arkansas State University Funeral Science Program, Chairman of the Camden County Law Enforcement Restitution Fund Board, and Past President and current Treasurer of the Lake Valley Golf  Club Board of Directors.  He is the past Treasurer of the Wright County Missouri Emergency Services Board, and is the Past President of the Ann Short Turner Community Center in Mansfield, Missouri. 

Brett also serves as an assistant coach for the Camdenton Lakers Football team, and serves as Vice President of the Camdenton Laker Youth Football League (CLYFL).

 

CECELIA EIDSON

Office Manager
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Cecelia is a graduate of Camdenton High School and a life-long resident of Camden County. She has faithfully served as the Office Manager for funeral home since 2005.  Cecelia is a vital part of the Allee-Holman-Howe family and is a well respected member of the Camdenton community.   She and her husband Gary have two sons, Brett and wife Naomi and Jake and wife Kristin; and six grandchildren Kathryn, Andrew, Wyatt, Reed, Cohen, and Tucker. She and her husband Gary are members of Linn Creek Baptist Church in Linn Creek, Missouri.  Cecelia serves on the Percival Cemetery Board and is very active in the Camdenton community.

Brad Lewis

Funeral Director
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Brad Lewis was born and raised in Buffalo, Missouri. Shortly after graduation from Buffalo High School he began serving his community at Cantlon Otterness Funeral Home, now known as Cantlon Otterness and Viets Funeral Home, for five years and shortly fell in love with the profession. He truly takes pride in knowing he can help his local families heal during the most difficult times of their lives. Brad became a member of the Allee-Holman-Howe family in January of 2020 and is eager to establish the same relationships with the community as he had in Buffalo.

Brad is engaged to his beautiful fiancée, Danielle Deweese. Together they two daughters. In his spare time he enjoys bowling, golfing, spending time outdoors and being with his friends and family. 

Andrew Hall

Funeral Director Apprentice
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Drew was born in Independence, Missouri and moved to the lake area in 1993, graduating from Climax Springs R4 High School in Climax Springs, Missouri. He has been a resident of Camdenton, Missouri for the past 12 years and began in 2018 working with us in a part time capacity as a funeral directors assistant. He joined the staff of Allee-Holman-Howe Funeral Home as a full time Funeral Directors Apprentice in December of 2019 and has recently enrolled at the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service working to earn an Associates of Applied Science degree. Drew is married to the love of his life Courtney and is a very proud father of four children; Kylee, Sylas, Eric, and Rosie. Drew and his wife Courtney are very active in the community of Camdenton.

Lacy Davis

Funeral Directors Apprentice
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Lacy is a native to the Lake of the Ozarks.  Born and raised in the Laurie area, she graduated from Morgan County R2 in 2000.  She moved to St. Louis shortly after, where she worked as a cake decorator while she went to school and earned her Emergency Medical Technicians License.  She moved back to the lake in 2007 and has worked for Lake West Ambulance for fourteen years.  Lacy is currently attending Dallas Institute of Funeral Service, working toward her Associate Degree in Funeral Service, and is on track to complete her studies in June of 2022.  Lacy has been with Allee-Holman-Howe Funeral Home since April of 2020.  Her children attend Camdenton R-III Schools and she is a member of Linn Creek Baptist Church.