Amy Huber, Sales & Service Associate

Amy J. Huber
Sales and Service Associate

Amy Huber joined the staff at Cedar Grove Cemetery in 2019 as an administrative assistant. In 2023, she was promoted to Service and Sales Associate. Amy is a member of the Catholic Cemetery Conference, and is certified in CPR, AED, and Mental Health First Aid. Her greatest feat is being a breast cancer survivor.

Amy graduated from Ball State University in 1990 with an Associate of Business Administration. She then began working for the Congregation of Holy Cross as the Assistant to the Headmaster and Travel Coordinator at Le Mans Academy in Rolling Prairie, Indiana. She remained in this position until the Academy closed 12 years later.

Her career with the congregation continued when she accepted a position in 2003 with Campus Ministry at Notre Dame. In addition to serving as the assistant to the rector of the Basilica of the Sacred Heart, Amy was involved in all facets of preparing both students and alumni for weddings and baptisms held at the Basilica or Log Chapel for 16 years.

Residing in La Porte, Indiana, Amy and her husband, Cory, are proud co-owners of two family owned businesses: Huber’s Marine, INC. and NWI Party Rental. They are the parents of two adult sons, Connor and Bailey. Completing their family are two goldendoodles, Miley and Ella. They are members of Holy Family Parish.



Leon Glon, Sexton/Manager

Leon M. Glon

Leon Glon joined the University in 1989, serving as Assistant Sexton at Cedar Grove Cemetery. He has since assumed the positions of sexton (2001) and manager (2009). Prior to coming to Notre Dame, he worked for eight years at St. Joseph PRC cemetery in South Bend.

During his 35 year tenure, Leon has overseen several notable projects that have changed the face of Cedar Grove. They include: the establishment of the Infant Section; a 2004 renovation of All Souls Chapel; the design and construction of Our Lady of Sorrows Mausoleum Complex between 2007 and 2013; and the 2022 addition of the St. Joseph the Worker Columbarium for faculty and staff.

Leon completed the four-year Catholic Cemetery Conference School of “Leadership and Management Excellence” Program at John Carroll University in 2009. In 2014, he received his Certified Catholic Cemetery Executive designation. He has served the conference as both a committee member and a member of the Board of Directors. Currently, he is seated on the Board of Directors of the Indiana Cemetery Association.

A native of the South Bend area, Leon holds an Associate of General Studies from Indiana University, South Bend. He is actively involved in community activities, including St. Stanislaus Kostka Catholic Church and the Crumstown Conservation Club where he has served as officer in several positions. He is the proud father of two adult children, Emily and Garrett.



Jon Adamson, Associate Director

Jon Adamson
Associate Director


Jon Adamson was named Associate Director of Cedar Grove Cemetery on February 1, 2023. Having been hired at the University of Notre Dame in 2016, he previously served as the Senior Administrative Assistant in Auxiliary Operations, and later as an Associate for Administration and Finance in the division of University Enterprises and Events.

Jon is a 1997 graduate of Hope College in Holland, Michigan, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts with a major in communications. He also served as captain of the men’s track and field team. In his professional career, he has held various positions in the construction industry as well as in educational and religious institutions.

Jon and his wife, Hollie, reside in Niles, Michigan with their three sons. They are members of the Cathedral of St. Matthew in South Bend.




Greeter & Support Dog

Cedar Grove Cemetery is the home away from home of a beautiful West Highland White Terrier named Stella. Stella graciously greets visitors to the Cottage House at Cedar Grove and participates in all facets of cemetery maintenance, including visits to the monument company. But her greatest contribution is the comfort and support she offers to the bereaved when they come to the cemetery to make final arrangements for their loved ones. She is very intuitive and can often recognize when a visitor of the cemetery needs and extra touch of love.

Stella is Leon's dog and has been patrolling the grounds of the cemetery since 2020.