Our funeral home is a family owned and locally operated business. We are large enough to give our families the same service as the largest funeral homes around, yet we are small enough that each family gets the level of attention and care they deserve.


Chad Foust
Chad graduated from Eagle Grove High School in 1987. He attended Iowa Central Community College and Northwest Missouri State before graduating from Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science in 1993. Chad served his internship with Christy-Smith & Hockenberry Funeral Home in Sioux City, Iowa. He worked for Warner Funeral Home in Spencer, Carson Funeral Homes of Dayton and Ogden before purchasing Foust Funeral Home in 2001. Chad is a member of the Eagle Grove Jaycees, Community Development Corporation and the Bower Lodge #464. He is also a member of and has served as past president of Eagle Grove Rotary Club, the Rotary Board and the Eagle Grove Chamber of Commerce. Chad and his wife Lisa have one son, Tyler.
Lisa Foust
Lisa graduated from Estherville High School in 1988. She received her B.S. in Psychology from the University of South Dakota and her degree in Mortuary Science from Mt. Hood Community College in Portland, Oregon in 1994. She served her internship at Nelson-Berger Funeral Homes in Sioux City, Iowa and joined the Willim Funeral Home staff in 1997. Lisa is a member of the Eagle Grove Chamber of Commerce Board, Eagle Grove Community Development Corporation, Sacred Heart Catholic Church (Cemetery Board) and Goldfield Commercial Club,
1203_0000082113Leola Asche

Leola moved to Eagle Grove in 1949, she married her husband Joe and they shared their life together for 51 years, raising a family of 4. Leola worked 30 years as floral designer at the Eagle Grove Greenhouse. Upon their retirement they did a lot of traveling and spent their winters in Texas. Leola joined the funeral home staff in 2001. She is a member of the United Methodist Church, where she holds an office in the U.M.W. and also serves as a board member.
1203_0000089931Duane Sampson

Duane Sampson Duane grew up on the family farm in rural Goldfield and graduated from Goldfield High school in 1965. He attended Iowa State University and graduated with an Associate in Applied Science Degree in electronics in 1972. Duane married his wife Cindy (also from Goldfield) in 1970. They lived in the Loveland - Fort Collins, Colorado area where Duane worked for Hewlett Packard for seventeen years. They have two children, Jennifer (and husband Devon) and Brian and two grand children, Jessica and Ana. Duane and Cindy also served as missionaries with the S.I.M. to Nigeria, West Africa for about 5 years. Duane is a member of Grace Evangelical Free Church, Eagle Grove and is currently working at Goldfield Telecom in Goldfield. He has been with the funeral home since 2001.