Parson Mortuary is now offering cremations starting at only $1500.00.
please call 765-747-1100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Craig B. Malone
Lead Funeral Director/General Manager
Craig joined the Parson Mortuary staff in 2009 and brings with him 28 years of experience. He graduated from Vincennes University with an Associates Degree in Funeral Service, and received his Bachelors Degree in Funeral Service Management from Belford University.
Business Manager/Crematory Director
Jerry was born and raised in Muncie, graduating from Burris high school, Mid-America College of Funeral Services, and ball state university.
Jerry is a member and deacon of his church, st. andrew presbyterian of Muncie. he has been married to his wife, Megan, for over thirty years and they have three children and one grandchild.
Assistant Manager/Support Staff supervisor
Ashley has a passion for the funeral industry and the
families that Parson Mortuary cares for.
In her leisure time she enjoys hiking with her family, kayaking or
working out. She also enjoys a good
movie or anime series. Her goal for the
future is to be a green funeral director.
Samone is a 2015 graduate of Muncie Central High School. She then served honorably in the United States Army. She is currently attending Mid-America College of Funeral Service and is on track to graduate in March of 2023. Samone has had a compassion for funerals since a youthful age. No matter whose funeral it was she made it her desire to attend and observe. Her hobbies include enjoying time with her growing family and watching true crime TV shows.
Gordon has been working with Parson Mortuary as a landscaper for several years, but in 2014, he became a valued member of our staff. He owned Gordon’s Flowers in the village for 36 years, and is a lifelong resident of Muncie.
Norma Crawford - Retired
After Thirty-Three years spent working at Parson Mortuary, Norma has decided to retire. She will be greatly missed here in our offices. She was a very important part of our team, and no one will ever be able to fill her shoes.