Todd is a licensed funeral director and embalmer and resides in Archbold, Ohio. Todd joined the family business in 1981. A member of the Archbold Evangelical Church, he is also a member of the Archbold Fire Department. He serves on Policy Board with the Ohio Funeral Directors Association Mortuary Response Team and also serves as a Federal Mortuary Officer with the Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team, NDMS, USHHS, as a member of the Family Assistance Core Team.
David H. Fox, Jr. is a 1983 graduate of the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science. He has over 35 years of licensed funeral service experience. David began working with us in 1994 and is a vital part of our business today. David is a licensed funeral director and embalmer. He has been involved in numerous professional funeral service organizations and local community service groups. David and his wife Laura reside in Stryker and attend New Hope Community Church, Bryan, Ohio. David also operates his own funeral service business, Fox Mortuary Services, LLC, which is a practice limited to serving funeral homes throughout the United States and foreign countries.
The patriarch of our family business, Fred moved back to Stryker upon graduation from the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science in 1958. Fred represents the fourth generation of Grisier's in the funeral business. Fred continues to work with us almost daily. Fred, along with his wife, Helen, still reside in Stryker.
Funeral Director's Assistant
Bill has worked for the Grisier family since 2002. Bill serves our funeral homes as a Directors Assistant. Bill and his wife Cheryl and son, Jacob reside in Delta. Bill is a member of Crossroads Evangelical Church in Wauseon and he is also a long-time member of the Delta Fire Department. Bill also serves with the local American Red Cross and is a coordinator with the Fulton County Emergency Medical System non emergency transfer squad. He also volunteers with the Boy Scouts of America where he is on District Staff.
Adam Grisier is a licensed apprentice working towards his funeral director and embalmer's license. Adam graduated from Archbold High School in 2016; he received his Associates of Pre-Mortuary from Northwest State Community College in 2016 and then continued his education at The Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science, where he graduated top of his class with his Bachelors of Mortuary Science in 2019. While attending CCMS, Adam had several phenomenal opportunities including being president of his class, co-founder of a charitable organization entitled “Pancakes with a Purpose,” and being able to attend a specialized training session by American psychologist Alan Wolfeit to learn about what brings meaning to funerals. Adam was also recognized as American Funeral Director Magazine’s “Ones to Watch” in 2019.
Adam is involved in several community groups and spends Sunday mornings at St. Martin’s Lutheran Church in Archbold, where he teaches high school Sunday school, sings in the choir, and enjoys playing music during worship. Adam will soon marry his fiancé, Courtney Froehlich, and they will reside in Archbold. Adam is passionate about helping families through their grief in the most dignified and meaningful way possible.
Adam is proud, humbled, and excited to represent the sixth generation of Grisier's in the funeral profession.