For Over 130 Years

It has been the mission of Ebensberger-Fisher Funeral Home to provide our clients with the utmost care and compassion in their time of grief. Ebensberger-Fisher Funeral Home was founded in 1882 and has been family owned and operated since its inception. It is our promise to remain dedicated to our families with the same level of sympathy and professionalism that has been our hallmark for well over a century. We are available to help you with all your funeral needs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

 

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Dusty Fisher Owner, Funeral Director, Mortician

Dusty grew up moving around Texas and then settling in Brownwood due to his dad coaching high school and college football. Dusty received a B.S. in Agricultural Communications from Texas Tech University. A little later, he graduated from the Texas Christian University Ranch Management Program. After ten years in the cattle industry and after witnessing a tragic ranch accident, the funeral business presented itself through friends that own a funeral home. Dusty graduated with honors from the Dallas Institute of Funeral Services and worked for these friends for several years. Once he attained his license, his dream became owning his own funeral home in the Hill Country. His wife Jo Lynn credits God with leading them to Boerne and to the Ebensbergers. Dusty is very proud to continue to run Ebensberger Funeral Home the way a family should. Dusty is a former Rotarian and is currently a member of The Centurions of Kendall County. When Dusty is not at the funeral home, he is either coaching and assisting with his son's extra curricular activities or playing golf.

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Jo Lynn Fisher Owner, General Manager, Prearrangement Specialist

Jo Lynn grew up in Lancaster, Texas, as an only child born to older parents. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Abilene Christian University with a B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies. She taught elementary and junior high students for 12 years before moving to Boerne. During those years, she presented numerous workshops and seminars for her schools, districts, region, and state. After the first year of marriage to Dusty, they moved to Corsicana, Texas, for him to manage a large ranch and to be near her parents. She lost her dad, with whom she was extremely close, several years ago. Jo Lynn is the General Manager of the funeral home and also serves as a Funeral Director's Assistant. It's important to her that each family she serves feels that she is walking alongside them during one of the most tragic times of their lives. When she left teaching to join Dusty at the funeral home, she told him that the funeral home couldn't just be a business but must also be a ministry. She has co-led local grief support groups and still sponsors some of them. She has served on the United Way of Kendall County Board of Directors. She is a graduate of the Greater Boerne Area Chamber of Commerce 2010 Leadership Class. She has served on the Chamber's Leadership Council and also as the annual Gala Awards Chair, and Jo Lynn currently sits on the Board of Directors. Jo Lynn oversees the funeral home's Annual Holiday Remembrance Service held to honor the families they have served and to provide guidance during the holidays.

 

 

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Billy Parkhill Funeral Director, Mortician, Prearrangement Specialist

Billy was born in Eastland, TX and raised in Baird, TX. He graduated from Baird High School in 1991, and attended Cisco Junior College for two years studying criminal Justice. Billy began his career in the funeral business in 2000, working for Elliott-Hamil Funeral Home in Abilene. This is where he figured out that funeral service was the career choice for him, so he left and went to mortuary school at the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service, graduating in 2004. While attending mortuary school, he worked part-time at West-Hurtt Funeral Home in Desoto. After mortuary school, Billy returned to Abilene to serve his apprenticeship and obtained his funeral director and embalmer's license in 2007. Billy spent the next several years managing funeral homes around Texas. In 2012, Billy married his high school sweetheart, Charissa. They have three boys, Ethan, Aidan, and Ely, and two dogs, Ruger and Bristol. They are members of Cross Mountain Church in Leon Springs.  After working for three years in San Antonio, Billy joined Dusty and Jo Lynn Fisher at Ebensberger-Fisher Funeral Home in 2016. In his spare time, Billy loves to play golf, work in his yard, and spend time with his family. 

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Lisa Crew Office Manager, Prearrangement Specialist

Lisa was born in Bastrop, Louisiana, but spent the majority of her life in the historic town of Vicksburg, Mississippi. She attended Hinds Community College studying Business Administration. Her employment history began with International Paper's Vicksburg Mill where she worked in Human Resources and remained there for 16 years. After retiring from IP, she went to work for a small natural resources consulting firm called Wildlife Technical Services, Inc. As the firm grew, she later became their Projects Manager responsible for project coordination and mapping resources. She also obtained a real estate broker license to assist their clients in land brokerage. She worked there for 16 years until the firm relocated in 2013. Lisa was involved in the Vicksburg community, serving in the local United Way, the MS Baptist Association as well as the Warren County Board of Realtors. She was an active member of Bovina Baptist Church and also participated in two of the church's singing groups. With her recent move to Fair Oaks Ranch, she is serving Ebensberger-Fisher as Office Manager.

Dusty Fisher

Owner, Funeral Director, Mortician
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Dusty grew up moving around Texas and then settling in Brownwood due to his dad coaching high school and college football. Dusty received a B.S. in Agricultural Communications from Texas Tech University. A little later, he graduated from the Texas Christian University Ranch Management Program. After ten years in the cattle industry and after witnessing a tragic ranch accident, the funeral business presented itself through friends that own a funeral home. Dusty graduated with honors from the Dallas Institute of Funeral Services and worked for these friends for several years. Once he attained his license, his dream became owning his own funeral home in the Hill Country. His wife Jo Lynn credits God with leading them to Boerne and to the Ebensbergers. Dusty is very proud to continue to run Ebensberger Funeral Home the way a family should. Dusty is a former Rotarian and is currently a member of The Centurions of Kendall County. When Dusty is not at the funeral home, he is either coaching and assisting with his son's extra curricular activities or playing golf.

Jo Lynn Fisher

Owner, General Manager, Prearrangement Specialist
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Jo Lynn grew up in Lancaster, Texas, as an only child born to older parents. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Abilene Christian University with a B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies. She taught elementary and junior high students for 12 years before moving to Boerne. During those years, she presented numerous workshops and seminars for her schools, districts, region, and state. After the first year of marriage to Dusty, they moved to Corsicana, Texas, for him to manage a large ranch and to be near her parents. She lost her dad, with whom she was extremely close, several years ago. Jo Lynn is the General Manager of the funeral home and also serves as a Funeral Director's Assistant. It's important to her that each family she serves feels that she is walking alongside them during one of the most tragic times of their lives. When she left teaching to join Dusty at the funeral home, she told him that the funeral home couldn't just be a business but must also be a ministry. She has co-led local grief support groups and still sponsors some of them. She has served on the United Way of Kendall County Board of Directors. She is a graduate of the Greater Boerne Area Chamber of Commerce 2010 Leadership Class. She has served on the Chamber's Leadership Council and also as the annual Gala Awards Chair, and Jo Lynn currently sits on the Board of Directors. Jo Lynn oversees the funeral home's Annual Holiday Remembrance Service held to honor the families they have served and to provide guidance during the holidays.

 

 

Billy Parkhill

Funeral Director, Mortician, Prearrangement Specialist
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Billy was born in Eastland, TX and raised in Baird, TX. He graduated from Baird High School in 1991, and attended Cisco Junior College for two years studying criminal Justice. Billy began his career in the funeral business in 2000, working for Elliott-Hamil Funeral Home in Abilene. This is where he figured out that funeral service was the career choice for him, so he left and went to mortuary school at the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service, graduating in 2004. While attending mortuary school, he worked part-time at West-Hurtt Funeral Home in Desoto. After mortuary school, Billy returned to Abilene to serve his apprenticeship and obtained his funeral director and embalmer's license in 2007. Billy spent the next several years managing funeral homes around Texas. In 2012, Billy married his high school sweetheart, Charissa. They have three boys, Ethan, Aidan, and Ely, and two dogs, Ruger and Bristol. They are members of Cross Mountain Church in Leon Springs.  After working for three years in San Antonio, Billy joined Dusty and Jo Lynn Fisher at Ebensberger-Fisher Funeral Home in 2016. In his spare time, Billy loves to play golf, work in his yard, and spend time with his family. 

Lisa Crew

Office Manager, Prearrangement Specialist
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Lisa was born in Bastrop, Louisiana, but spent the majority of her life in the historic town of Vicksburg, Mississippi. She attended Hinds Community College studying Business Administration. Her employment history began with International Paper's Vicksburg Mill where she worked in Human Resources and remained there for 16 years. After retiring from IP, she went to work for a small natural resources consulting firm called Wildlife Technical Services, Inc. As the firm grew, she later became their Projects Manager responsible for project coordination and mapping resources. She also obtained a real estate broker license to assist their clients in land brokerage. She worked there for 16 years until the firm relocated in 2013. Lisa was involved in the Vicksburg community, serving in the local United Way, the MS Baptist Association as well as the Warren County Board of Realtors. She was an active member of Bovina Baptist Church and also participated in two of the church's singing groups. With her recent move to Fair Oaks Ranch, she is serving Ebensberger-Fisher as Office Manager.