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President & Owner
Monroe is a man of unstinting characteristics and is fanatical about being a good citizen. At the tender age of eleven, Monroe gave his life to the Lord at Savannah Grove Baptist Church, Effingham, South Carolina, under the profound leadership of Reverend Dr. Ralph W. Canty.
Darcell received his education in the public schools of Florence District Number One, where he was a 2003 graduate of South Florence High School. He then broadened his education at South Carolina State University, where he obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Education and Activity Management and graduated in May 2007.
After completing his undergraduate studies, destined to achieve goals with vigor, Monroe decided to further extend his education and attended Gupton-Jones College of Funeral Service in Atlanta, Georgia, where he graduate with an Associate’s of Science Degree in Mortuary Science in August 2008, while working part time at the prestigious Donald Trimble Mortuary. Monroe completed a two year apprenticeship at Pasley’s Mortuary, Charleston, SC under the tutelage of Reverend Marvin Pasley and Reverend Ephraim D. Stephens. Monroe Fields, Jr. is a licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer in the state of South Carolina.
Monroe’s three greatest passions in life include: God, Family and Funeral Service. Monroe has always had dreams of owning a funeral home, now that his dreams are alive; he plans to serve Summerville and surrounding areas to the highest capacity.
Manager & License Funeral Director
License number 2685
Funeral Director & Embalmer Apprentice
Bre’Anshe Edwards is a native of Orangeburg, South Carolina. At a young age, she recognized her true passion for funeral service and caring for others. Recognizing this passion, upon graduation from Orangeburg-Wilkinson High School, she attended Gupton-Jones College of Funeral Service in Decatur, GA where she successfully attained a degree in Mortuary Science and will be seeking licensure in the state of South Carolina. She is a Certified Crematory Arranger and Operator. In addition, Bre’Anshe also attained a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from Argosy University. She is a member at The Life Center Cathedral in Charleston, South Carolina. Bre’Anshe continuously express her commitment to others and pour back into the community by being active member in a variety of organizations. Bre’Anshe, believes in providing each family she serves with the best service, dignity and professionalism.
“A life of significance is about serving those who need your gifts, your leadership, your purpose.” Kevin Hall
Trenton Bennett is a native of Ridgeville SC. He is the last child of Akeisha Bennett and the late Charles Pringle Jr.. Trenton is in his Junior year at Woodland High School. After finishing High School Trenton would like to attend Gupton-Jones college of funeral service and major in Mortuary Science. His desire in life to become a Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer. Trenton’s motto in life is “If the lord can’t use nobody else, he most definitely can use me.”
“Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him.” 1 Corinthians 2:9
Dr. Shanelle Fields is a native of Florence, South Carolina. Her education includes a BA in English Education from College of Charleston, a Masters in School Counseling from the Citadel Military College, and a PhD in Human Services and Counseling from Capella University. For the last 16 years, she has been a middle and high school English teacher and a Professional school counselor. In November 2018, she completed her supervision to become an LPC and has opened a small private practice in Summerville. Dr. Fields enjoys helping others heal and move to a positive place.
Funeral Associate & Mortuary Specialist
Rubean K. Doctor was born and raised in Ridgeville, SC. He graduated from Harleyville-Ridgeville High School. Rubean is a member of Bethel A.M.E Church in Ridgeville, SC. While employed by Albert Glover Funeral Home for over thirty years he has accumulated a wealth of knowledge and is truly “Dedicated and Sympathetic to the Bereaved.”
“The best way to
find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”
― Mahatma Gandhi