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

Our two locations are deeply rooted in the Greenville community.  Built around 1920, Westville in Greenville's recently revitalized West End began as a high school in the Tanglewood Building.  It wasn't until 1925 when the two-story brick building was added and the name changed to Westville.  It became a full high school during the 1931-1932 school term, when there was a graduating class of eight!  Westville continued as an elementary school until the mid 1960's.  In fact many of our expansive meeting rooms were classrooms and offices.  The chapel was the school gymnasium and sometime dining hall.  The building was used as an antiquities shop for a time, and later remodeled as a funeral home by the Jones family in the 80's.  
We are honored to serve all members of far reaching communities of the Upstate in such a facility where many young minds of past generations were trained.   

The Crematorium located near the ever expanding downtown was built in 1974, and updated in 1999 as South Carolina's first licensed Crematory Funeral Home and Cremation Society.  We've always had our own crematory, and continue to help families with proven support, consistent service, and dignified options.  


Greg Broussard

Greg Broussard, Funeral Director & Embalmer


Annie B. Keith

Annie B. Keith, Admin Department Manager


Christa Norris

Christa Norris, Funeral Assistant / Student


Teresa Burns

Teresa Burns


Tiffany Underwood

Tiffany Underwood, Funeral Apprentice


Dick Murtaugh

Dick Murtaugh, Licensed Funeral Director

Deacon For The Catholic Church


Cindy  Henderson

Cindy Henderson, Administration


Nicole Stead

Nicole Stead, Receptionist


John Carter

John Carter, Funeral Assistant