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.
Owners Todd Bruce and Wayne Ondich are excited about entering the new millennium with their growing business. Much like the Seagle family has done before them, both Wayne and Todd have dedicated their lives to assisting families during their most difficult times. Both Wayne and Todd are graduates of the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science and are licensed professionals.
Todd Bruce, a local native, began his journey as a partner with Seagles on June 1, 1998, bringing with him at the time over 14 years of experience to the community. Todd lives in Pulaski with his wife Tracie Mitchell Bruce and their son Michael. He is a member of the Dublin United Methodist Church, a member of the Dublin Lions Club, a member of the Pulaski and Radford City Masonic Lodges and a member of the Board of Directors for the Greater Pulaski Alliance.
Ceremonial events can be note-worthy occasions when Becky Melton is present. Becky has joyfully provided her services and her special "Note" as organist here at SEAGLES for many years. We salute Becky, and thank her for her elegant charm and her willingness to see things through.
We are proud to have on board a former Principal of Pulaski County High School. Since his retirement, Carl has been a part-time employee of SEAGLES. We are proud to have Carl as a member of our team.
Seagle Funeral Home has served the entire Southwest Virginia, more particularly Pulaski County, and conducted business with its establishment in three centuries beginning with its establishment in 1880.