Mr Bryan McNeal Jr., President/Manager
Licensed Funeral Director/Embalmer #1963
Bryan McNeal, Jr, is a native of Awendaw, SC. After graduation from High School his first employment was at St. Francis Xavier Hospital as a Lab aide, Vein puncture text, and assistant to the Pathologist during autopsies. From there he attended Gupton Jones College of Funeral Service in Atlanta, GA, where he received his licenses to become a Funeral Director and Embalmer.
For the first twelve years of employment was at Harleston Boags Funeral Home, Inc. where he served as the Vice President. Mr. McNeal gives thanks and indebtedness to Mr. Grippon Boags for the knowledge and experience gained while employed at Harleston Boags Funeral Home.
Mr. McNeal has received many awards for his service to his community and from his Business and Professional Associates.
Mr. S. Gervais McNeal, Vice President
Licensed Funeral Director/Embalmer #4035
Licensed Preneed Insurance Agent
Samuel Gervais O. McNeal, is a native of Awendaw, SC. He is the last child born to Mr. Bryan McNeal, Jr. & Ms. Benzina M. Holmes. Being the son of a Funeral Director and Embalmer, he started to gain interest in the art at an early age. By seven years old, he would join his father, anytime school was out, especially during the summer time and would help in any way within the funeral home.
In 2013, Mr. McNeal graduated from Garrett Academy of Technology and soon after enrolled at Gupton – Jones College of Funeral Services, where he graduated Salutatorian with a Science Degree in Funeral Service, with the Class of 2015. Upon completing his apprenticeship in July 2017, he became a Licensed Funeral Director & Licensed Embalmer with one of the oldest funeral homes that is still operating in Charleston, SC: W.M. Smith – McNeal Funeral Home & Chapel. He is a member of Pi Sigma Eta Mortuary Fraternity and has received an Mu Sigma Alpha Award for Academic Achievement.
Ms. Patricia Ann Comfort-Capers, Office Administrator
Lisa S King, Office Administrator
Mrs. Lisa S. King, joined the staff in January 2021, as a new journey, after retiring from a 38 year career in the field of Computer Technology. It has been a long dream to work in this industry with helping others as they make final arrangements for their loved ones.
Lisa believes in giving back to the community by volunteering her time and service in the following organizations: Charleston County Parks & Recreation Commission, where she as been appointed to serve as a Commissioner for the past 18 years; Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated where she is active on the local, regional and national levels; The Charleston (SC) Chapter of The Links Incorporated where she currently serves as the Vice President; and Ladies Enriching The Community, (LETC, INC.) a non-profit 501 (c) 3 entity - board member. Lisa is also actively involved where she worships with the Johns Island Church of Church.
She is married to Mr. John W. King, and they are the proud parents of a blended family.