About Us

Bill McCulla:

After graduating from Morgantown High School in 1973, Bill was offered a summer job at the funeral home to earn extra money for college and has remained ever since. Bill’s great-grandfather built the funeral home in 1942 and he is proud to continue the family legacy. Bill feels that in funeral service he is “doing something special” by helping people in need. He graduated with honors from the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science in 1977.

Bill is a family man and a life-long Morgantown resident. He and his wife, Marci, have two daughters, Megan and Kate. They also have two son-in-laws, Lucas, who is married to Megan and Larkin who is married to Kate and a grandson, Charlie.

Paul Brock:

Paul is also a graduate of Morgantown High School, class of 1974, and has always lived in the area. He and his wife, Janet, have raised two children here, Sarah and Benjamin. They also have a son-in-law, Matt and a grandson, Landon.

After working in coal mines for some fifteen years. Paul felt a calling to funeral service. So, he went to college, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in 1996. He continued his education at the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science, graduating with honors in 1998. Paul currently serves as the President of the West Virginia Funeral Directors Association, Tygart District.

Don Dequasie:

While Don has only lived in Morgantown since 1997, he calls it home and says he’ll never leave. Don is a veteran of residential construction who made the change to funeral service to be able to spend more time with his family. Don is proud of our facility and works hard to ensure that the grounds are well maintained.

Jim Fisher:

Jim has resided in Westover for over forty years. He was previously employed in the field of photography and has also served as a Star City police officer. He is a member and trustee of Westover United Methodist Church and also holds the title of “Best Grandpap Ever”.

Jim and his wife, Marsha, have three children: Debbie, Jim, and Marcus, as well as eight grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Bill says that Jim’s compassion and care will be a great asset to the families we serve.

Robbie Eddy:

Robbie is a 2006 graduate of Clay-Battelle High School and a 2009 graduate of West Virginia University with a degree in Business Administration, majoring in Accounting. Following his undergraduate education at WVU, Robbie enrolled in the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science, where he graduated in 2012 and obtained his funeral director and embalmer licenses. Robbie lives in Daybrook with his wife Leslie and their son, Braxton.

Kate McCulla Slaughter:

Kate is a lifelong resident of Westover and an involved member of her community. She has volunteered her time to Rotary and Lion’s Club and has also served her church’s Vacation Bible School as an assistant teacher for nine years.

After graduating from University High School in 2006, Kate continued her education at West Virginia University, and earned her Bachelor’s degree in Business Management in December 2009. Following her time at West Virginia University, Kate enrolled in the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science, where she graduated in 2012 and obtained her funeral directors and embalmer licenses. Kate lives in Morgantown with her husband, Larkin.