It is not always possible to pay respects in person, so we hope that this small token will help.
Offer a gift of comfort and beauty to a family suffering from loss.
A gift to your family, sparing them hard decisions at an emotional time.
Typically not seen during the funeral, the behind-the-scenes presence of support staff is nonetheless critical to the day-to-day operation of our facilities. Our support staff plays an important role in ensuring our high standard of service. We are proud of their dedication and commitment.
|Sharon A. Foster, Office Manager|
Sharon joined the funeral home staff as secretary in April of 1989 and now serves as our office manager. She is a graduate of Thompson School of Business and Technology, York, PA.An active member of First United Methodist Church, and mother of 2 grown children, she lives with her husband in Guilford Township.
|Rev. Paul Baker, Associate, Minister|
Rev. Paul Baker has a long history with Geisel Funeral Home, dating back to his days as Senior Pastor of King Street United Brethren Church. Over the years, he has officiated thousands of funeral and memorial services, and performed any and every duty at the funeral home that one could imagine, outside of work reserved for only licensed funeral directors. From authoring written publications and leading grief support programs to simpler tasks like washing vehicles and running the vacuum, his contributions to our firm and the families we serve are immeasurable.
|Norman A. "Bunk" McCleary|
Norman "Bunk" joined our staff June 20, 1996. He was employed by the Borough of Chambersburg for twenty-seven years, retiring from the Police Department with the rank of Sergeant in 1986. Following his retirement from the police department, Bunk served as Chief of Security with Wilson College until 1996. He resides in Chambersburg with his wife Stella.
|Dalton E. Paul|
Dalton joined our staff on February 15, 2003. A retired school administrator, he had worked in the Chambersburg Area Senior High School as a teacher of Agriculture and Landscaping Horticulture, and as the Executive Director of the Franklin County Career and Technology Center. His educational experiences cover a span of 37 1/2 years all in Franklin County. He is a 1965 graduate of Penn State with a Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture and Master in Education degrees in Landscaping and Horticulture and School Administration where he was named to the Dean's List. A member of the First Lutheran Church, Chambersburg; Past District Governor and Chaplain of the Pennsylvania Lions, and holds membership in over three dozen local, state, and national service and civic organizations. His leadership and people skills is a great asset to the funeral home. Dalton resides in Chambersburg with his wife Julie.
|Rich Schoenleber, Associate|
Rich is a friend to everyone who walks through our doors. He has been with our firm since 2007, and serves in a number of roles. He's always there to lend a helping hand to anyone he can.
|Lawrence Briggs, Associate|
Lawrence maintains an active presence at out Agett-Geisel location in Dry Run. He also routinely assists the Chambersburg location. Always respectful and dependable, he demonstrates the qualities that are essential to how we conduct our specialized field of service..
|Rev. Murray Stevens, Associate, Minister|