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Our Staff

Dedicated to Excellence

Our staff at Schmutzler-Vick Funeral Home and Cremation Service are caring and experienced professionals who understand that each family is unique and has personal requests.  These requests are of the utmost importance to us.  Below is a list of our licensed funeral directors and support staff.
Schmutzler Vick Funeral Home and Cremation Services

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Raymond G. Vick Owner and Licensed Funeral Director schmutzlervick@att.net

Ray became a licensed funeral director in 1977.  He enjoyed being a funeral director as he felt it was a great honor to serve families through those difficult times.   

Ray bought the Schmutzler Funeral Home on 4th street in 1986 and then the Hart Funeral Home in Marshall in 1991.  Ray then built the new funeral home on Welsh road in Watertown in 1999 by the Watertown Farm and Fleet. Ray was one of the first funeral directors to be become a certified eye enucleator in Wisconsin. He was an active member in church and church committees, Watertown Junior Jaycee’s, Elks, BNI, Funeral Service Alliance board member, Oak Hill Cemetery board member, Watertown Humane Society board member, Conservation Club member, and a Chamber of Commerce member receiving the Business of the Year award in 1999.   Ray was also highly involved in Watertown Lions, serving as two time past president, Melvin Jones award recipient in 2010, Eye Bank services award in 1997, Distinguished service award in 2000 and a Birch Sturm award recipient.

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William H. Johnson Licensed Advanced Funeral Planner

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Louis Hady Crematory Operator and Funeral Service Assistant

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Marcie Repta Funeral Service Assistant

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Rebecca Denault Hair Stylist

Raymond G. Vick

Owner and Licensed Funeral Director
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Ray became a licensed funeral director in 1977.  He enjoyed being a funeral director as he felt it was a great honor to serve families through those difficult times.   

Ray bought the Schmutzler Funeral Home on 4th street in 1986 and then the Hart Funeral Home in Marshall in 1991.  Ray then built the new funeral home on Welsh road in Watertown in 1999 by the Watertown Farm and Fleet. Ray was one of the first funeral directors to be become a certified eye enucleator in Wisconsin. He was an active member in church and church committees, Watertown Junior Jaycee’s, Elks, BNI, Funeral Service Alliance board member, Oak Hill Cemetery board member, Watertown Humane Society board member, Conservation Club member, and a Chamber of Commerce member receiving the Business of the Year award in 1999.   Ray was also highly involved in Watertown Lions, serving as two time past president, Melvin Jones award recipient in 2010, Eye Bank services award in 1997, Distinguished service award in 2000 and a Birch Sturm award recipient.

William H. Johnson

Licensed Advanced Funeral Planner
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Louis Hady

Crematory Operator and Funeral Service Assistant
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Marcie Repta

Funeral Service Assistant
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Rebecca Denault

Hair Stylist
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