Funeral AssistantElwood is a native of Stella but has lived in Maysville for most of his adult life and is retired. He and his late wife Jackie had two sons and a grandson. Elwood is very active in the Maysville United Methodist Church and serves on the board of the Jones County Community Foundation.
Funeral AssistantGeorge has been associated with us for over 30 years part time. He is retired from the automotive field. He and his wife Linda Parker Johnson have two children, George, Jr. of Greenville and Jamie Johnson of Hubert and a grandson, Parker of Greenville.
ManagerWayne is the manager of Sayland Funeral Home. He is a licensed funeral director and embalmer. He is very active in the Maysville community giving his time to serve his fellow citizens. In his younger days he was a vital member of the Rescue Squad ; he serve 39 years in the Maysville Rotary Club helping raise funds for scholarships and other projects . He served on the town board for two years and was Chairman of the Planning Board for 10 years. He served on the Jones County Habit for Humanity Board and help built the first house in Maysville. He currently is President of the Maysville Development Corp. and the Maysville Community Service Assoc. which owns the community building. Wayne was elected Mayor of Maysville in 2021. He has always believe in giving back to his community and making it a better place for all . Wayne had two sons, his son Anthony died in 2012. His son Bobby lives near Hookerton. Wayne is blessed with four granddaughters , Jenna, Emily , Kara and Ava.
Dan Ryan has been assisting with funerals for our firm for several years. He is a retired Marine Corps Major. He and his wife Dorothy have three children Bill; and twins Gina and Katy. Dan is very involved in our community having served as the President of the Jones County Habitat for Humanity and past member of the Maysville Planning Board . He along with Reta Britt and Wayne helped with the formation of the Jones County Community Foundation. Dan is currently serving as a member the Maysville Town Board. One of his and Dorothy's first pet projects was the improvements of our town park and the creation of the William Frost Park Endowment.