William P. Wheeler
Bill has been working in the Funeral Service Industry for 48
years. Starting out at the age of 17 washing cars, cutting grass, etc. for a
funeral home. He is a graduate of Mingo High School, College of Steubenville
and also the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science (PIMS). In 1982 he
purchased the former O.J. Williams Funeral Home of Brilliant; and in 1997 he
opened a branch in the nice hilltop area of Mingo Junction. In 2003 he built an
addition to that chapel.
He is a member of the Ohio Embalmers Association, Funeral
Ethics Association, Masonic Lodge, Scottish Rite, Presbyterian Church, Lions
Club and Ruritan Club.
As a son of a Methodist Minister, he prides himself on being
Fair and Honest with everyone, and providing QUALITY service. He and his wife
Debra (Evans) Hayes Wheeler reside in Mingo Junction. He has two children,
Kristen and Joseph; a step-son, Daniel Hayes; and four grandchildren, Brody,
Harper, Riley and Emily.