Meet The Boyer Family
Doug and Marna Boyer founded the first Boyer Family Funeral Home in 1976 in New Bloomfield. Natives of Duncannon and Marysville, Doug and Marna came back to their roots in Perry County after serving in the Air Force. Doug attended Mortuary School in Baltimore and opened the New Bloomfield Funeral Home in 1976.
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Meet Our Team
Douglas & Marna Boyer
Owners, Funeral Director
Doug is the funeral director at Boyer Family Funeral Homes. He handles arrangements, services, and most of the day-to-day activities at the Funeral Homes. Prior to entering mortuary school, he served in the United States Air Force.
Doug is passionate about and actively involved in the local community. Marna, his wife, is an avid botanist– designing and developing all of the beautiful landscapes you will see around the Boyer Family Funeral Homes.
Certified Grief Counselor
Kelly has worked in Hospice care for over 20 years. She became a Certified Grief Counselor in 2013 and was certified in Critical Incident Stress Management in 2017.
She has been Ordained as a non-denominational minister since 2005 and finds spirituality to be the basis of much of her therapy. Kelly also holds degrees in Divinity, Metaphysics and Art/Communications.
Jill received her BS degree from Wayne State University School of Mortuary Science, Detroit, Michigan. Jill is a board certified funeral director/embalmer and also holds a pre-need insurance certification.
She and her husband, Clay, live in Harrisburg and have three adult children. Jill enjoys collecting locally sourced art.