Graduate of West Liberty State College - 1970 BS in Marketing and Business Administration Married Pamela Ball Milburn - 1971 Graduate of Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science - 1974 Graduated Magna Cum Laude Mu Sigma Alpha Award Bowsher Award for Restorative Art National Board Certification - 1974 Received Ohio Funeral Director and Embalmers License - 1975 Received WV Funeral Director and Embalmers License - 1979 President of the Board of Directors of Barnesville Hospital Member of Barnesville First United Methodist Church Member of Friendship Lodge #89 F&AM Barnesville Member of Scottish Rite Valley of Cleveland
Chase Milburn is a 2009 graduate of Barnesville High School and a 2012 graduate of Ohio University. In September of 2013, Chase graduated Magna Cum Laude from The Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science where he was the recipient of the Arthur J. Russler Memorial Award for Embalming. Just prior to graduation he passed his Board Exams and received National Board Certification. Meeting the requirements for the state, he completed his Bachelors Degree from CCMS in December of 2013.
Chase returned to the family business where he began serving a twelve month apprenticeship in January of 2014. After completion of his apprenticeship in January of 2015, he went on to take his Ohio Laws & Rules test. Chase received his Funeral Directors and Embalmers License in February of 2015. He received his Limited Lines Funeral Expense License in 2015 to better serve the community being able to write pre-planned funeral arrangements.
Chase is an Eagle Scout from Boy Scout Troop 71 in Barnesville, member of the Barnesville First United Methodist Church, member of the Barnesville Kiwanis Club, member of Friendship Lodge #89 F&AM, and a member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society while attending mortuary school. He enjoys golfing, fishing, hunting, and spending time outdoors.
He is married to Brandi (Gregor) Milburn of Bethesda and they are currently living in Barnesville. Chase and Brandi have two daughters, Hadley Mae, born on May 3, 2016 and Saylor Jaymes, born on January 8, 2018.
Mindy is a 1994 graduate of Barnesville High School and a 1998 graduate of West Liberty State College with a degree in Dental Hygiene. She started her apprenticeship in June 2011 and recently finished. She became a Licensed Funeral Director in November 2013.
She is married to Matt Johnson, teacher and head football coach for Barnesville Schools. They have two sons, Payne and Hank.
Mindy is a member of the First United Methodist Church and head of the Grant Committee for the Barnesville Education Foundation.
Rick has been on staff with the Campbell-Plumly-Milburn Funeral home family since February 2009. Prior to joining our staff, Rick graduated in 1971 from Barnesville High and graduated from Belmont Technical College with an Associates Degree in Business Management. He served the greater Barnesville community for 35 years as a member of the United States Postal Service.
He has been married to his wife, Cindy for 38 years and they have 2 children that reside in the greater Columbus metropolitan area.
As a member of the extended Barnesville community; Rick is an Elder at the Somerton Church of Christ, Volunteer secretary and firefighter for the Somerton Fire Department, Sexton and President for the Somerton Southern Cemetery, and he and his wife volunteer for the Barnesville Hospital. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his grandchildren, friends, and enjoys the great outdoors while riding his four wheeler.
Rick Clift is a 1972 graduate of Barnesville High School and retired after 39 years from Murray Energy Corporation. He joined the staff of Campbell-Plumly-Milburn Funeral Home in April of 2012.
He is married to Jita (Wildman) Clift and they have 3 sons - Zachary (Ashley), Tyler, and Seth.
He is a member of the Barnesville First United Methodist Church where he sings in the chancel choir and plays in the handbell choir. He is a member of Barnesville Kiwanis Club. Rick enjoys hunting, fishing, and riding 4-wheelers.
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Roy started at Campbell-Plumly-Milburn Funeral Home on April 23,1992 and was available in whatever capacity that was needed.
A retired minister, he served several churches throughout the surrounding community and volunteered as Chaplain at Barnesville Hospital, St Vincent Store and also was a member of the Barnesville Area Ministeral Association.
Roy was also a semi truck driver. Living in the surrounding community all his life and his history as a minister made him uniquely qualified for his position and helped him greet everyone in a compassionate, understanding way.
Roy lost his battle with cancer on Saturday, February, 4, 2012 and went home to be with his savior. We lost a faithful and devoted employee and a loyal friend. He is dearly missed by the Milburn family.