Kaci Morgan Below
Kaci is the Owner/President of Morgan Funeral Home. She began working at Morgan Funeral Home on June 23, 1996. She is a 1994 graduate of Advance High School and a 1999 graduate of Southeast Missouri State University.

Kaci is married to Luke Below. They have two sons, William Lane and Jackson Tate. Lane is a 2014 graduate of Advance High School and currently a Senior at the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss), where he is on the Rebel's Basketball team. Jack is a Sophomore at Advance High School and plays for the Hornet Basketball and Baseball teams.

Kaci is the Advance Athletic Booster President. She has also served many years as the City of Advance Park Board President, Coordinator of Advance Elementary Basketball and Cheerleading, and Advance Youth League Commissioner.
Luke Below
Luke began working at Morgan Funeral Home in October 2014. He is a 1994 graduate of Scott Central High School in Morley, MO. He attended Southeast Missouri State University.

Luke is married to Kaci Morgan Below. They have two sons William Lane and Jackson Tate.

Luke spent many years as the coordinator and coach for the Advance Elementary Basketball program. He also has been an Advance Youth League baseball coach.
Leeman Shirrell
Leeman Shirrell, Sr., began working at Morgan Funeral Home on September 30, 1989. He has been a licensed funeral director since 1993.
Leeman was born June 9, 1953 the son of Roy and Rose Sitzes Shirrell.
Leeman is a 1971 graduate of Zalma High School.
Leeman and Linda Durham have been married since March 1, 1980. They have four children, Leeman, Jr. Butch Shirrell, Patti Shelby, Jackie Slaughter and Michael Mayberry. They also have eight grandchildren Cody and Cole Shelby, Taylor Mayberry, Cheslia and Sierra Shirrell, Courtney Peck, Katlyn and Hayle slaughter. Great-grandchildren Blake Shelby.
Leeman enjoys working on his farm with his cattle. Cheering for the Zalma Bulldogs.
Leeman is a deacon at the Zalma General Baptist Church. One of his main loves is running the Church Bus Ministery. He had served on the Zalma Board of Education. He was also an Advance City Councilman for 8 years. He is also a member of the Zalma Masonic Lodge #545.