History & Staff

We have years of experience caring for families, from all walks of life. Each family comes to us because they know we are leaders in our profession, dedicated to excellence in service, and have the highest integrity.

Our History

Our History

Peters Funeral Home was established in St. Paul, Nebraska in 1991. The former Nesiba's Cafe was purchased and completely remodeled. It opened for business in November of that year. Todd and Cindy operated the funeral home and Cindy's father, Leonard Mostek, assisted on funerals.

In 1993, numerous citizens of Loup City, Nebraska, approached Todd and Cindy about opening a branch chapel in their community. With Cindy's family ties in Sherman County, it seemed like a good fit and so they remodeled the former "Helen's Dress Shop" and began operations in May.

Our Valued Staff

  • Todd &  Cindy Peters

    Todd & Cindy Peters Owners

    Todd has been a funeral director for 29 years and a funeral home owner for the past 23 years. Todd first attended Nebraska Wesleyan and graduated from Southeast Community College as a Respiratory Therapist. In 1985, Todd graduated from Dallas Institute of Funeral Science with his Mortuary Science degree. Todd & Cindy (Mostek) were married in 1986 and have two children, Morgan & Riley and family dog, Zoey. Morgan married Jordan Meyer in May of 2011 and they reside in St. Paul. Riley graduated from Central Community College in Columbus in May of 2013 with an associates degree. He will continue his education at Hastings College in the Fall of 2013 to receive his Bachelors degree in Business in May of 2015. Riley assists with funerals and visitations. Cindy works full time at the funeral home. We consider it a privilege to work with families by helping them celebrate the life of their loved ones.

  • Riley  Peters

    Riley Peters Funeral Assistant

    Riley graduated from St. Paul High School in the class of 2011.
    In 2015, Riley graduated from Hastings College with a Bachelor’s Degree of Arts in Business Administration.
    Riley worked shortly for STS Construction, Fastenal Supply Company in Lincoln, and Principal Financial Group in Grand Island, where he earned his Series 6 Financial Securities License.
    Riley was then the recipient of the Swanson & Laughlin Trust Scholarship from the Nebraska Funeral Directors Association, allowing him to attend the Mortuary Science program at Kansas City Kansas Community College. In Kansas City Riley was a member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society and the National Sigma Phi Sigma Mortuary Science Fraternity. During the program, Riley was employed by Charter Funerals in Shawnee, Kansas.
    He graduated summa cum laude from Kansas City Kansas Community College in the Mortuary Science program on May 18th.

  • Carl  Krolikowski

    Carl Krolikowski Assistant

    Carl is a life long resident of Sherman County. He is retired after a long career in the grocery business. He and his wife Geri are parents of one daughter and one son and very proud grandparents of six grandsons. Carl is very active in the community of Loup City. He is a member of St. Josaphat's Catholic Church and loves to golf and attend Nebraska football games in his spare time.

  • Butch  Peters

    Butch Peters Assistant

    Butch is a life long Howard County resident. He farmed the majority of his life in the St. Libory area. He and his wife Velda are Todd's parents. They also have another son and one daughter, as well as, three granddaughters and three grandsons and a great granddaughter!Butch entered the gates of Heaven on October 6, 2013. We miss him very much! Rest In Peace!!!

  • Velda  Peters

    Velda Peters Funeral Assistant

    Velda Peters joined the staff in November of 2013. She is retired from Citizens Bank and Trust in St. Paul, Nebraska. Her family includes two sons, Todd & Tharin Peters and one daughter, Jill Bartels. She has six grandchildren and one great granddaughter. Velda is very involved in Teammates, St. Paul Library, Christ Lutheran Church, loves to read and bake and also attending sporting events.