Jeane Smits

Managing Funeral Director

Jeane Smits is a licensed funeral director with almost 30 years experience and a licensed agent for burial agreements. She is a graduate of St. Joseph Academy and MATC with an Associate Degree in Funeral Service and UW-Green Bay with a degree in Social Change and Development, all summa cum laude. Jeane and her husband, Chad Biemeret, live in Allouez with their cats, Buddy and Stache. In addition to various professional organizations, Jeane is the secretary of the Green Bay West Rotary Club, and a eucharistic minister and member of the Social Justice and Human Concerns Committee at St. Matthew Parish.  She has also volunteered as an advocate for abused youth, women and the homeless with The Violence Intervention Project and St. John's Homeless Shelter. She is a past office holder for the Fox River Valley District of the WFDA and served on an advisory panel for the Department of Regulation and Licensing.  Jeane has received numerous awards for outstanding performance and dedication in customer service for pre-need and received the Manager of the Year award from The Loewen Group, Inc. while employed at Schauer & Schumacher Funeral Home.

"Even as a child, I was called to the sacred ministry that is funeral service.  In a nutshell, I meet wonderful people on some of their most difficult days, and have the honor of helping them celebrate the life of the loved one they have lost.  Equally as important, these fine people trust me to walk with them on the beginning their grief journey, hopefully offering comfort and peace of mind.  These are responsibilities I do not take lightly.  I have had some amazing mentors in Green Bay and am proud to serve the community at what I feel is the finest facility in all of Northeastern Wisconsin, with some of the best people I have ever met."  Jeane Smits


Words Of Appreciation From Families We Have Served.

"Just a short note to say a big thank you.  Our beloved Mom had a truly beautiful funeral and it all went off so smoothly.  You treated us with compassion and respect when we needed a shoulder to lean on.  We thank you from the bottom of our hearts."