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Treadrick (Trey) Hayes

Treadrick (Trey) Hayes

Owner\ Funeral Director and Embalmer

Treadrick (Trey) Hayes, on March 30, 2020, by the Grace of God I was able to full fill a long-life dream of purchasing formerly known as Buchanan, Robinson & Percell Funeral Home. Now named Hayes Brothers Funeral Home Campbellsville. Just little bit about myself, I am a member of Owens Chapel Missionary Baptist Church where Dr. E.A. Duke is my pastor. I have attended Owens chapel my entire life. I have been involved in many organizations in my church just to name a few former President of the Brotherhood. Since moving to Campbellsville where my wife Jasma Hayes and my children Khloe and Amari Hayes resides I have split my time between churches. I am a graduate of Mid America College where have received my degree in Mortuary Science. I am dual license mortician. One of my biggest focus as new owner are to be more involved in our communities and finding outlets for our youth to reach for the stars. Growing up in a small town there wasn’t many figures we had growing up and I wanted to ensure that I set example for youth today. To keep dreaming big and believing in God and trusting his direction. All you hope and dreams are possible. When it comes to funeral service here are some of my values. 

Being family-owned means we are accountable to our families we serve, and that they have a direct connection to the ownership. We are mindful that we will build a reputation through each and every family we serve and believe that success is measured by earning their trust during their time of need.

Four core principles that create personal relationships are behind the services provided, First and foremost, my staff is considered my most valuable asset. Furthermore, price does not determine quality, and diversity is respected. Finally, community involvement in churches, neighborhood organizations and charities are emphasized through flexible work schedules, event sponsorships and donated services.

Careful listening, asking the right questions, and making appropriate suggestions in keeping with the spirit of the deceased are core strengths of the funeral professionals at Hayes Brothers Funeral Homes Campbellsville. Delivering excellent service depends on how we are able to support a family and represent their own values in the customized funeral services we create. The caring and compassionate staff are highly trained and proficient in organizing services. They experience family stories and understand how to interpret emotions. The funeral professionals work very hard at lightening the load for those making arrangements by listening and empathizing with a family’s grief, while guiding them through the process of planning.


Edward Taylor

Edward Taylor

Funeral Assistant

Edward Taylor is known to his family and friends in Taylor County as Earl. In 2014 after retiring from the military and federal service he decided it was time to come back home to Campbellsville. He is the son of Virgil and Norma Jean Taylor. His siblings are Chick, Greg, Barkley, Bonnie, Vanessa, Terry, Stefan and Melissa Taylor. Earl is married to Vanessa Taylor and is the father of Mandrill and Courtney.  Shortly after graduating from Campbellsville High School in 1971 Earl enlisted into the U.S.Army. While in the service he furthered his education and acquired an Associate Degree in Early Childhood Education. In addition the military gave him the opportunity to serve in Germany and the intracontinental United States; which allowed him to be exposed to numerous cultures and lifestyles.

Throughout Earl’s career he has worked as a professional soldier, a medical/cardiac care provider, a department manager, an early childhood educator and a winning basketball coach. Since returning home he has committed himself to helping out in the community whenever the need arises.

In 2021 he was given the Commonwealth of Kentucky-Martin Luther King Jr. Leadership Award because of his dedication to community service and the ideals of Dr. King.  An undertaking that has been most dear to him is working with Hayes Brothers Funeral Home. Earl realizes the stress of losing a love one. He has personally participated in the difficulty of having to make decisions for Home Going Services. Earl values any way that he can assist his community and make this experience a little easier. You will often hear him say, “God has truly blessed me throughout my life” and he strides to be a blessings to others.


Khloe Hayes

Khloe Hayes

Funeral Assistant

Khloe is the daughter of Treadrick Hayes. She attends Cavern Middle School. Where she plays in the school band and on the school softball team. Khole plans to one day take over the family business along with her sister Amari. 


Amari Shay Hayes

Amari Shay Hayes

Funeral Assistant

Amari is the daughter of Treadrick Hayes and Jasma Hayes. Amari attends Campbellsville Elementary School. She also enjoys playing softball and spending time with family and friends. Amari plans to take over the business along with her sister Khole.  


Jasma Hayes

Jasma Hayes

Funeral Assistant



Edward Nolan Dunston

Funeral Assistant



Anthony Robinson

Funeral Director



Stefan Taylor

Funeral Assistant



Eugene McKay

Funeral Assistant



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