About Us | Bibb-Veach
Funeral Home's LLC.

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

In 1946, James Otis (J.O.) and Margot Mudd purchased the property at 606 West Main Street in Bowling Green, Missouri. The building at that time was a large house dating from the 1880s. The exact date of its construction is unknown. The Mudds did extensive remodeling and redecorated the building. They opened the business under the name J.O. Mudd Funeral Home. Later that year, the Mudds purchased Vomund Funeral Home in Silex, Missouri and continued building a rich tradition of personal, caring service to the surrounding area.

After 41 years of service in Bowling Green, J.O. and Margot Mudd sold the funeral home on January 1st, 1987 to  John and Cathy Veach. Later that year, a third location was opened in Frankford, Missouri. The business was renamed Mudd-Veach Funeral Homes. In 1994, the Silex location was remodeled and expanded. In 1997, a new property in downtown Frankford was acquired. In 2006, the site in Frankford was closed and service to the Frankford area continued through the remodeled facilities in Bowling Green.



In 2004, the property in Bowling Green underwent a major expansion and remodeling project. Renovations and additions included a new chapel equipped with an audio/video projection system, closed-circuit television system, main office, arrangement office and casket display center, handicap accessible restrooms, lounge, and parking expansion. That same year, Ryan Bibb joined as a full-time staff member. Our state-of-the-art facilities and qualified staff allow us to offer personalized options to meet your family's needs. We are committed to continuing the rich tradition of offering personal, professional funeral service.

On January 1, 2015 Mudd-Veach Funeral Homes took another step in its rich history by going through a name change as Ryan and Stacey Bibb took on an ownership role in the funeral home.  With this change, we felt it was an appropriate time to transition the name to Bibb-Veach Funeral Homes, LLC. 

In January of 2017, John and Cathy Veach stepped down from day to day operations of the funeral home and retired after 30 years of ownership.  On December 31, of that same year, Ryan and Stacey Bibb took over sole ownership and have continued on the legacy that was handed to them.  John and Cathy currently live in Springfield, MO where they are enjoying being closer to family.


Our Valued Staff

Ryan V. Bibb

Ryan V. Bibb, Owner/Funeral Director & Embalmer

Ryan Bibb joined Mudd-Veach Funeral Homes in August of 2004, became a partner in Bibb-Veach Funeral Homes, LLC in January of 2015 and took over full ownership January 1, 2018. Ryan is a 1998 graduate of Bowling Green High School and graduated in 2000 from Forest Park College in St. Louis with a degree in Mortuary Science. He is a licensed embalmer and funeral director. Prior to coming back home to work for the Veach's, Ryan worked at Memorial Funeral Home in Columbia, MO, Kriegshauser Funeral Home in St. Louis, and James O'Donnell Funeral Home in Hannibal, MO. He is active in serving his community through local civic groups and through his local church. Ryan is a member and past president of the Bowling Green Lions Club, and serves as the chair for the flag committee that places flags around town and at the roundabout on holidays. He also serves on the board for the Learning Center in Bowling Green, as well as a member and past president of the Bowling Green High School Alumni Association. Ryan is active in supporting youth sports and coaches his children's youth soccer teams as well as assists in coaching Khoury League Baseball. Ryan is a member of the St. Clement Catholic Church, where he has served on the Parish Council and currently sits on the St. Clement School Advisory Board for a second time. Along with being a eucharistic minister, Ryan also sings in the Christmas choir on Christmas Eve. He is a 3rd Degree member of the St. Clement Knights of Columbus. He and his wife Stacey reside in Bowling Green and have four children: Philip, Jack, Conor and Jorie.