About Us

Machledt & Servies Funeral Home is proud to be family owned and operated since 1915 serving Waveland and the surrounding communities. We count it a privilege to serve each family and honor their loved one with the upmost respect and care during a family’s most difficult time.

Each detail is just as important to us, as it is to your family. We strive to ensure that your loved one is cared for and that we meet your needs with the quality and service your family deserves. Our Mission is to provide all types of funeral services with the highest quality and respect so that we can best personalize and pay tribute to your loved one.

Anthony Wireman



Funeral Director/Owner

Anthony Wireman, a licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer, began his career in the funeral business at the age of sixteen in his hometown of Frankfort. He grew up in rural Clinton County, Indiana and graduated from Rossville High School in 2004. Knowing that he wanted to own his own funeral home someday, he went to mortuary school in Indianapolis and graduated in 2008. Continue

In August of 2014 Anthony, and his wife Kandace purchased Machledt & Servies Funeral Home. Anthony has been very grateful to come to a rural community and give the care and respect that he feels is most important to the families he serves.  They will continue to serve the community and uphold the reputation that so many families have learned to trust. Anthony and Kandace reside in Ladoga with their children; Marshall, Jack and Liberty. Anthony is active in the Ladoga Lions Club, and serves as the director of music at Hope Community Church, where his Grandfather is a pastor. He enjoys spending time with his family, playing music, and woodworking.

Kandace Wireman



Kandace Wireman, office manager and co owner, began helping in the office of her father’s business at a young age. She has served as a project coordinator for a company in Fishers, Indiana for the past seven years before moving to Ladoga. Kandace enjoys serving the community with her husband Anthony and spending time with her family.

Brent Wireman

Funeral Director

Brent Wireman, a licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer, began his career in the funeral business at the age of 16 in Frankfort, Indiana. He grew up in rural Clinton County, Indiana and graduated from Rossville High School in 2006.
Inspired by his mentors early on, he studied mortuary sciences right out of high school and graduated from Ivy Tech in 2008 with an Associate of Applied Science Degree.

In January of 2017 he started full time with Servies & Morgan and Machledt & Servies Funeral Homes.
Brent is a resident of Boone County and is married to Belinda.
He is active in his church with the music department and helps in the youth department as well.
Brent enjoys fourwheeling, playing music, leather work, model railroading and being outdoors.

John Monts

John Monts

Funeral Director

John Monts, a licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer, has been with Servies & Morgan
Funeral Home and Machledt & Servies Funeral Home since 1981.  John resides in Ladoga with his wife Belinda and has two sons Bryan and Bradley Monts and five grandchildren. He is active in the Ladoga Christian Church where he has served as a Deacon and Trustee for many years.  Continue

He is active in the Ladoga Lions Club, a Past Master of the Masonic Lodge and current member of the Ladoga Masonic Lodge and Roachdale Order of Eastern Star.  John is an avid woodworker and enjoys golf, antiquing and travel with his wife.

Krista Fuhrman

Funeral Director, CFSP

Gregg Abbott

Funeral Associate

Jim Jackson

Director of Public Relations

Jim joined our staff in 2017 after retiring from a long and happy career in community banking.

As the Director of Public Relations, Jim handles all our advertising and he also maintains our community outreach activities.
Jim makes his home on the old family farm near Morton.
His two passions in life are being a Prayer Warrior and prospering the children of Putnam County through the Mary Allison Children’s Trust.  Jim also plans to out live all his doctors.