Jenny Alpe, Office Assistant
Brad Leggett, Owner
A fourth-generation funeral director, Brad has been a resident of Little Rock for over 58 years. He attended the University of Arkansas - Little Rock, and he has served as a funeral director for 24 years.
He is a member of Fellowship Bible Church, Western Star Masonic Lodge #2, the Scimitar Shrine Temple, the Scottish Rite Temple and the Royal Order of Jesters, Court 12.
On March 14, 2014, at the "Wounded Warrior" Banquet sponsored by the Arkansas State Society Daughters of the American Revolution, Brad was awarded its Community Service Award.
Brad enjoys hunting and water sports in his spare time. He has two children, Elizabeth and Lauren.
David B. Dillahunty, Funeral Director
David B. Dillahunty was born and raised in Little Rock. He graduated from Central High School in 1975. He is a cradle Episcopalian, with life membership at Christ Episcopal Church, the Mother Church of Arkansas. David serves as a Eucharistic Minister and lay Chaplain, in addition to his duties as a Funeral Director at Little Rock Funeral Home. David has been on staff at Little Rock Funeral Home for more than eleven years.
Bob Dunaway, Funeral Director
Bob has been on staff with Little Rock Funeral Home since we opened in 2006. He is a licensed Funeral Director and has been in the Funeral Profession for more than fifteen years, Bob earned a PhD in Biblical Studies. He and his wife Laura have been married for over fifty years and are lifetime members of the Church of Christ. He is also available to serve families who do not have a Church Home and is most willing to officiate at loved one's Memorial Services.
Bill Goodrich, Consultant
Pat Linsley, Funeral Assistant
Pat joined Little Rock Funeral Home when we opened in 2006. He has been in the Funeral Profession for more that 14 years. After over 37 years, Pat retired from A T & T. Pat and his wife Wanda have been married for over 57 years and is of the Baptist faith.
Steve Schade, Funeral Director/Embalmer
Steve joined Little Rock Funeral Home as a funeral director/embalmer in July 2009. After retiring from the United States Air Force, Steve enrolled in the Funeral Service Science Program at the University of Arkansas Community College at Hope and graduated with honors. He is a licensed funeral director and embalmer serving families and veterans in Central Arkansas for over twenty years. Steve had been an active volunteer at Arkansas Children's Hospital for over twenty-four years and serves on the Family Advisory Board and the Bioethics Committee. He is married and has two children.
Julie Wadley Springer, Pre-Need Counselor
Dave Woodman, Funeral Assistant
Dave Woodman was formerly the Sports Director for KARK-Channel 4 and for KATV-Channel 7 in Little Rock. Most recently he produced the Community Service Awards program for KARK.
Harry Leggett, Consultant
We are looking forward to returning to serving the community again with the Legacy of service my family has given your family for almost a Century.
Jim Bradburn, Funeral Director
Jim Bradburn,a native of Little Rock, has been serving families in Central Arkansas for over 27 years. He recently retired and now serves as a consultant for our funeral home.
In Jim's 27 years as a funeral director he has been involved in the Chamber of Commerce, CARTI, NCCJ, The Soap Box Derby, the Little Rock Zoo, Arkansas girls soccer, Holy Souls Catholic Church, Holy Souls School and West Little Rock Rotary Club. He was the chairman of the Diocese of Little Rock athletic committee and the past president of Holy Souls School Board, Diocese of Little Rock School Board and West Little Rock Rotary Club.
Jim has been married to Kathy Uhrynowycz for over 30 years. They have two grown children, Beau and Stefanie.
Virginia Burgess, Executive Assistant
Virginia has more than 35 years experience working with the Leggett Family in many areas of the funeral business. She is a graduate of UCA, and continued her education in the insurance field by earning the FLMI and ACS designations from the Life Office Management Assn.
Virginia assists in the daily operations of the funeral home, providing support to the funeral directors and to the pre-arrangement staff, and most of all, desires to continue the Leggett Family tradition of providing caring service to our families.
She is an avid reader, and enjoys spending time with her family of five children and six grandchildren.
Sue Thompson, Senior Advisor
Sue Thompson was born and raised here in Arkansas and resides in Little Rock. She has been a pre-need counselor, assisting individuals and families with their pre-need planning, since 1984.
As the Pre-Need Manager for the Leggett Family-owned funeral homes since 1987, Sue continued to meet with families and also, speaking in group meetings and giving presentations at local retirement homes. Now, more than 34 years later, Sue is still helping families, providing information on the benefits of pre-need planning through Little Rock Funeral Home.
Sue attends The Church at Rock Creek. She and her husband have 5 children, 6 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren.
A.J. Janssen, Pre-need Counselor
Armand "AJ" Janssen, originally from Kansas, was transferred from Oklahoma to Cabot, Arkansas in 1979. As a pre-need counselor since 1995, AJ meets with individuals and families to discuss their pre-planning needs at their convenience, either in their home or the office at Little Rock Funeral Home.
AJ is a graduate of John Brown University and a member of Mt. Carmel Baptist Church in Cabot. He has served as a deacon and interim minister of music in Stuttgart. AJ and his wife Nancy have been married for many years. They have 4 grown children and 11 grand-children, 10 living. AJ will play golf for food!
Jack E. Moseley, Sr., Executive Funeral Director
We lost a dear friend and colleague, Jack Mosley, on November 9, 2016.
Jack E. Moseley, Sr. came to us with 59 years of experience as a funeral director. He attended Little Rock Senior High and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, and was a World War II Veteran. Jack graduated from Landig College of Mortuary Science in Houston, TX, in 1949, where he was on the Honor Roll.
Jack was a member of North Little Rock Elk Lodge #1004 and had been Elk of the Year. He was also a member and Deacon of Life Line Baptist Church in Little Rock. Jack liked to play golf and work around home in his free time.
Preceded in death by his wife, Mary Ann (Adams), Jack is survived by two children, Julie Ann Smith of Searcy and Jack Moseley, Jr. of Bryant, seven grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.
John Hester, Funeral Assistant
John recently joined the staff of Little Rock Funeral Home. He was born and raised in Crossett, AR. Moved to Little Rock after he was discharged from the Navy in 1967. John an his wife will be celebrating their 50th Wedding Anniversary in June. He and his wife Annette are members of Immanuel Baptist Church where he serves as a Deacon and a Sunday School Teacher. They are the proud parents of two sons and grandparents of three granddaughters.