Charles F. Mealey, Jr.
Charles F. Mealey, Jr. has been the president of Mealey Funeral Homes since 1995, when his father retired. He has worked at the funeral homes since he was old enough to cut grass. Like his father and grandfather before him, he graduated from Salesianum School, where he continues to devote much of his extra time. He is a University of Delaware graduate and he graduated cum laude from the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science. He is licensed in both Delaware and Maryland. Along with his charity work for Salesianum, Chick is also involved in the CYO, Little Sister of the Poor and DFRC and helps run several local golf events for them. He resides in the Wilmington - Hockessin area with his wife, Lucy, and three children.
Robert Andreone, Jr.
Robert Andreone, Jr. came on board as a funeral director in January of 2006. He previously worked at funeral homes in Washington DC, Maryland and Pittsburgh. For 22 years he was an instructor at the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science and has been a licensed director since 1979. He lives in Landenberg with his wife, Kathy, and has two adult daughters.
Scott Clemens joined our firm as a funeral director in April of 2015. He has previously worked with other local funeral firms for the past six years. Prior to moving to Delaware in 2009, Scott served in the funeral industry for the past 20 years in Pennsylvania working with families of all faiths. He lives in Stanton, De where he enjoys gardening and training a black Labrador puppy. He is a graduate of Waynesburg College and Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Sciences.
Lori Mealey Glandon
Lori Mealey Glandon joined the staff at Mealey Funeral Homes in 1993 to manage the business offices. As Chick's sister, she is often the first point of contact at the funeral home. She is a graduate of the University of Delaware and enjoys cooking and entertaining. Her spare time revolves around her husband, Todd, and her two sons. They reside in Wilmington in the Cooper Farms area.
Bruno Casale knows the nuances of the family business. As Chick’s brother-in-law, he was a former owner of Gerardo’s Pizza restaurants and joined the funeral home staff in 2010 as a funeral assistant. His primary responsibility is the smooth running of the crematory. He has a wife, Lisa, and two sons and a daughter and resides in Landenberg.
Edward W.and Mary Lally
Edward “Eddie” and Mary “Tunie” Lally are true family members. Eddie has been working for the funeral home for since the 1960's and is married to a third generation Mealey, Mary “Tunie” (Lacy) Lally. Ed worked for the funeral home for more than 20 years and is presently semi-retired. Tunie, however, has recently taken the job as the receptionist at our Limestone Road facility and tends to the Memory Store. They have three children and four beloved grandchildren.
Marilyn Renai August
Marilyn Renai August has been the secretary at the funeral home since 1995. She earned an Associate’s Degree in business from the University of Delaware. Previously, she owned Renai’s Restaurant and worked for years in the food service industry in many capacities. Marilyn devotes her spring and summertime to baseball, being a lifelong fan of the game. She also enjoys cooking and entertaining. Marilyn and her husband, Pat, spend they’re free time enjoying their grandchildren.
Regina Giannone-Tyler, MSPC, joined the Mealey Funeral Homes in 2003 as the Bereavement Counselor and Community Liaison. She earned her graduate degree in Psychology and Theology from Neumann College in 1990 and has been helping families cope with loss and grief issues. Regina is a fulltime employee in admissions at Wilmington University where she has been teaching courses in Psychology since 1999. She is completing her doctorate degree in higher education at Wilmington University. Regina can often be found doing public speaking, in-service training, and supplying educational material for professional, educational and volunteer groups. Mother of two adult daughters, Regina resides in Wilmington with her husband, George and enjoys her three beloved grandchildren.