Bradley A. Meech, a DeWitt resident, is a graduate of the Simmons Institute of Funeral Service.  He is past Potentate of Tigris Shriners, a Mason belonging to Fayetteville Central City Lodge #305 F&AM and a member of DeWitt Community Church. His wife, Deborah has aided him in much of the administrative area of the funeral home. Bradley and Deborah have a son and daughter-in-law, Jeffrey and Dayna Meech and a daughter and son-in-law, Sarah and William Connors and four grandchildren.

Terry D. Wheat has been a funeral director associated with Fairchild & Meech DeWitt Chapel for over 50 years. He is also a graduate of the Simmons Institute of Funeral Service. Terry is a veteran of the US Navy having served in the Vietnam conflict. He is a Past Master of the Fayetteville Central City Lodge #305 F&AM a Past President of the Kiwanis Club and a member, Deacon and Elder of Pebble Hill Presbyterian Church. He and his wife, Lynda reside in the Town of Camillus.

Mark C. Bentz is a graduate of New Hartford High School, Herkimer County Community College and Simmons School of Mortuary Science. He is a parishioner and Pastoral Council member of Holy Cross Church, DeWitt. He is also a member of the Greater Fayetteville-Manlius Chamber of Commerce, Tri-County Funeral Directors Association, Central New York Funeral Directors Association, Knights of Columbus Council #5186 and the Syracuse Sunrise Rotary Club.  Mark and his wife, Amy reside in Manlius with their two children, Maria and Maxwell.  

Ryan A. Smith of DeWitt is currently one of the youngest licensed funeral directors in the nation. He attended Penn Yan Academy and the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science where he graduated with honors. He is a recipient of the Charles H. Beaumont Business Award. He is a member of the National, NYS, and Onondaga County Funeral Directors Association and the Mu Sigma mortuary honors fraternity. Ryan was appointed to the Onondaga County Cultural Resource Trust by County Executive J. Ryan McMahan in 2021. Ryan is a member of Christ Church in Manlius. When not assisting families, Ryan enjoys playing golf at the Bellevue Country Club in Syracuse and spending time on Keuka Lake.