History & Staff

We have years of experience caring for families, from all walks of life. Each family comes to us because they know we are leaders in our profession, dedicated to excellence in service, and have the highest integrity.

Our History

Our History

Since 1959, families have trusted Wilcoxen Funeral Home and Crematory to serve and care for their loved ones. Based on the principals of honesty, trust and providing the highest level of professional services at the lowest possible prices, we promise to provide excellence in service and compassion during this difficult time of loss. We understand that funerals and memorial services are for the living and strive to provide a meaningful, individual service for every family we serve.

Our professional staff is always available 24 hours a day to answer all calls. We will help answer any questions you may have, whether our services are needed before the funeral, at the time of death, or after the funeral is over.

A funeral is more than a single day in a lifetime...it is a lifetime in a single day. It is our desire through this website to help you or someone you love express and remember that life. In this site you will find helpful information about grief resources, ideas on planning a funeral or memorial service, information about products and services we offer and ways to bring family and friends closer together through our online obituary and condolence program..

Our Valued Staff

  • Richard D. Green

    Richard D. Green Director/Licensee-in-charge

    Richard D. Green has been employed with the Wilcoxen Funeral Home since 1990. Richard is the son of the late Fred and Bernice (Miller) Green. He grew up on the family farm located in the Upland Community of Mason County. He is a 1985 graduate of Hannan High School and a 2007 graduate of the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science for which he received his diploma in funeral directing and embalming. Richard was the Vice President of his class and was the recipient of the prestigious Mu Sigma Alpha Award and Key presented by the National Association of Colleges of Mortuary Science. Richard has progressed to receive State and National Board Certification. He most recently is a 2008 graduate of West Virginia State University. He and his wife, Alesia (Cobb) Green, who is principal of Leon Elementary School have one son & daughter-in-law, Tyler and Brianna Green, and two grandchildren, Jayden Marie Green and Rocky Justin Green. Richard and his family are members of Teays Valley Baptist Church. He is also a member and past President of the Point Pleasant Rotary Club, Mason County Chamber of Commerce Board, West Virginia Funeral Director's Association, and the National Funeral Director's Association. Richard would like to thank you for selecting the Wilcoxen Funeral Home as your funeral home of choice. His goal is to provide families with quality service and support. Assisting families as they celebrate and honor the life of their loved one is a responsibility and privilege Richard has experienced over the last thirty years while working at the Wilcoxen Funeral Home. Richard is here to assist you during your immediate time of need or with pre-arrangements, whether it be at the funeral home or in the comfort of your own home.

  • R. Kim Browning

    R. Kim Browning Licensed Funeral Director

    I have been with the Wilcoxen Funeral Home since 1994. Originally from Meigs County, Ohio, my family and I moved to Point Pleasant in 1991. My wife, Judy, and sons, Christian and Ben, enjoy living in Mason County. We are members of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Point Pleasant where we assist with the music program.

    I have obtained the following college degrees; A.S. in Psychology from the University of Rio Grande in Rio Grande, Ohio; B.A. in Mortuary Science from the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science in Cincinnati, Ohio; and a M.A. in Counseling from the Marshall Graduate College in Charleston, WV.

    I enjoy serving on the Board of Directors for the Mason County Action Group in Mason County. I am also employed as a School Counselor at Point Pleasant Primary and Point Pleasant Intermediate Elementary Schools in Point Pleasant, WV. I am a licensed funeral director and a member of both the West Virginia and National Funeral Director's Association. On the weekends I play in a country bluegrass band at various events around the area.

  • Winona Wilcoxen McKinney

    Winona Wilcoxen McKinney Secretary

    Winona has been part of funeral service her entire life. She is here to serve you and your family with all your needs. She is the daughter of Mary Wilcoxen and the late Loraine "Wilkie" Wilcoxen, the founders of the Wilcoxen Funeral Home.

    Winona and her husband, Roger, are the parents of three children, Monica Thomas, Nick McKinney and the late Reed McKinney. They are the proud grandparents of three granddaughters, Madelyn Claire Thomas, Sophia Ann Thomas, and Isabella Kate McKinney. Winona graduated from Point Pleasant High School and attends New Hope Bible Baptist Church in Point Pleasant. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family, traveling, antique shopping and attending auctions.

  • Mary  Wilcoxen

    Mary Wilcoxen Funeral Matron

    Mary and her late husband, "Wilkie", are the founders of the Wilcoxen Funeral Home. They began serving families in the Mason County area in 1959. Mary is still active in the daily operations of the funeral home.

  • Matt  Roush

    Matt Roush Apprentice