Brian M. Schlosser & Jennifer M. Schlosser
Licensed Funeral Directors & Embalmers
Welcome! My name is Brian Schlosser, and my wife, Jenn and I are the proud owners and operators of Schlosser Funeral Home & Cremation Services.
I was raised just outside Wapakoneta, where I grew up with my parents and twin sister. She and I graduated from Wapakoneta Senior High in 1997. Following high school I attended Wright State University-Lake Campus in Celina completing the necessary requirements to attend mortuary school. I then transferred to Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science in spring of 2000. While attending college there, I lived in Newport, Kentucky and worked for Muehlenkamp-Erschell Funeral Homes.
After receiving my Bachelor of Mortuary Science degree in the summer of 2001, I started my career as a licensed funeral director and embalmer back home in Wapakoneta. In September of 2001, I joined the St. Johns Volunteer Fire & Rescue Department where I currently serve as Assistant Fire Chief volunteering my time as a Level-1 Firefighter and E.M.T. I am also a member of the Wapakoneta Lions Club and the Wapakoneta Sertoma Club where I was also president in 2013. I also serve as a board member for the United Way of Auglaize County, L.E.P.C. and the Wapakoneta Chamber of Commerce where I served as President in 2013. For six years, I worked at the Auglaize County Sheriff's Office as an Emergency Dispatcher, where I was honored as Dispatcher of the Year for 2008. In November of 2015 I was elected as the Fiscal Officer of Pusheta Township.
My wife, Jenn and I were married August 16, 2008 at St. Paul U.C.C. in Wapakoneta. She too is also a licensed funeral director and embalmer. My son, Johnathon, attends Apollo Career Center where he is majoring in welding. My wife and I live just outside of Wapakoneta near Freyburg. We attend St. Paul U.C.C., where I have served as a member of the church council and as a deacon. We are also the proud parents of a son, Broderick Michael "Brody" and a daughter Jillian "Jilli" Marie.
Fred graduated from Shawnee High School in 1971. He and his wife, Diane, were married in 1975 and live in Wapakoneta. Fred is retired from Ford Motor Company after thirty years of service. He enjoys yard work and takes pride in the appearance of his home. Fred and Diane are members of St. Paul United Church of Christ in Wapakoneta. In addition to their son, Brian, they also have a daughter, Debbie, who works for the City of Wapakoneta. Diane retired from the Wapakoneta City School in food service at the Middle School in 2014. In 2015 she retired at an administrative assistant to the president of the Wapakoneta Education Association.
Jack graduated from Shawnee High School in 1967. He then joined the United States Air Force in June of 1968 as a security police. He married his wife, Peg in 1971 and they live just north of Uniopolis. He retired after 19 years at General Dynamics in Lima as a security guard and then retired from Crown Corporation in New Bremen working in security and production. He was a member of the Uniopolis Fire Department for 23 years as a firefighter and E.M.T. His wife Peg is retired after 39 years of service as a Registered Nurse from Lima Memorial Health System as an orthopedic nurse. They have two sons Craig (Heather) and Mark (Diane) who both are employed at Crown Corporation. They have two granddaughters, Brylee & Brooklyn and three grandsons Noah, Jacob and Andrew. They are members of the Uniopolis United Methodist Church. They enjoy camping at Indian Lake during the summer, and Jack especially enjoys gardening and growing sweet corn.
Carlton "C.C." Randall
C.C. and his wife Michelle, live outside Uniopolis with their daughter Hannah. C.C. grew up near Uniopolis on a dairy farm with his parents and two sisters. He is the son of Deb and Gene Randall who also live near Uniopolis. He graduated from Waynesfield-Goshen High School in 2000 and from Rhodes State College in 2006 with an Associate’s Degree in Nursing. In 2007 he received his Paramedic Certification from Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio. Currently he is employed as a flight nurse with Careflight. He is also a Level-1 Firefighter, Paramedic and state certified EMS instructor with Uniopolis Volunteer Fire Department and St. Johns Volunteer Fire & Rescue Department where he has been volunteering since 2001. He is a Certified Emergency Nurse and also a member of the Emergency Nurses' Association. Prior to his employment at Careflight he worked at Grandview Medical Center and Lima Memorial Hospital Emergency Department where he was the Clinical Educator for the Emergency Department and EMS. He has also served on the EMS Education Advisory Board for Apollo Career Center and proctored several National Registry Practical Exams for EMS certification at Rhodes State College. In September, 2010 he married his wife, Michelle, who is also a nurse. They purchased their first house just outside Uniopolis where they live with their daughter, Hannah and two sons Carlton Maxwell "Max" Randall and Emmett Carlton Randall.
James grew up east of Wapakoneta on their family farm with his parents and older sister Jody. His parents bought farm ground in 1972 and started their family farm where they had a dairy and grain operation. His father, Joe, was also a Trustee for Clay Township. His mother, Sue, has since retired but is still involved with farming. His sister works for Botkins Local School as the Treasurer. James graduated from Wapakoneta Senior High in 1992 and attended The Ohio State University where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Ag Business in 1997. After graduating from college he worked in Columbus for Nations Rent Equipment Rental in the accounting department. In 1999 he moved home to take over operations for the family’s farm after the passing of his father. Along with being a farmer, James is also the Fiscal Officer of Clay Township and is currently a board member of the Farm Service Agency. On St. Patrick’s Day, 2007, James married his wife, Corinne, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Elmore, Ohio. Corinne is currently finishing her graduate classes at The Ohio State University in Lima to become a 4th through 9th grade school teacher. They are the proud parents of a two boys and two girls; Noah, Natalie, Samantha & Trevor. They attend St. Marks Lutheran Church in Geyer.