Our staff is comprised of dedicated and licensed professionals with the experience to answer all your questions regarding our services. Please feel free to contact any of our staff members at any time.
Edwin T. Jolley Lashley
Funeral Director Apprentice
The son of the late Patricia A. Jolley and the grandson of the founders of Jolley Memorial Chapel, Thornton B. and Loretta B. Jolley.
Mr. Lashely is committed to continuing the legacy of his mother and grand parents. Currently Mr. Lashley is pursuing a degree in mortuary science at American Academy McAllister Institute.
Ryanne E. Lashley Camper
The daughter of the late Patricia A. Jolley and the grandaughter of the founders of Jolley Memorial Chapel, Thornton B. and Loretta B. Jolley.
Mrs. Lashely-Camper is committed to continuing the legacy of her mother and grand parents. Mrs. Lashley-Camper teaches in the Wicomico County school system.
Licensed Funeral Director / Supervising Funeral Director
Ms. Gulley brings her small town charm from picturesque Hemingway, South Carolina. She considers it an absolute honor to support and serve families during the vulnerable end of life transition. The team of Jolley Memorial Chapel P.A is further enhanced by her genuine honesty and transparency. Her compassionate manner of working with grieving families is widely recognized. Ms. Gulley believes the key to Jolley's continued success is remaining a viable and supportive leader within the community by consistently seeking ways to increase standard of quality service delivery.
Mr. Morris has strong communal roots in both Berlin and Hebron Maryland. He began his career in Mortuary Services in 1986. Receiving his A.A. degree in Mortuary Science from the Community College of Baltimore County, he became a licensed mortician in 1995. Mr. Morris stands ready to serve your family in a dignified and professional manner during your time of need. Widely known throughout the region, Mr Morris is affiliated with several funeral organizations and continues to give back to his community in philanthropic ways such as serving local NAACP chapters.