Nathan is a graduate of Simmons School of Mortuary Science, Syracuse, and became licensed in New York state prior to moving back to Pennsylvania. He was a funeral director at firms in Clinton and Lycoming Counties as well as working several years in the insurance industry prior to assuming ownership of the former Wallis Funeral Home (now Grenoble's) in Muncy. Kathy graduated from the former Williamsport School of Commerce and had a background in accounting, insurance and office management. Together they have assisted grieving families while also raising two sons and a daughter, as well as contributing to the community through volunteer work. They have expanded their efforts to include the former Cronrath Funeral Homes in Watsontown and Lewisburg.
Steve began his career in the funeral service working part time at the funeral home in Muncy. Steve is Nathan's brother-in-law. (Steve and Kathy are brother and sister). In 2000, he left his 30-year career as a textile and electrical technician and became a full time employee of the funeral home. He quickly developed an exceptional knowledge in every aspect of the business and continues to serve a vital role in its daily operations. When the Cronrath funeral homes were purchased, he and his wife relocated to Lewisburg where they currently reside over the funeral home. Carol joined the staff in 2007 working in the office and is committed to serving our families. They are the parents of two sons and one daughter.
Rebekah went to work at the former Cronrath Funeral Home after graduating from Northhampton Community College in December of 2004, where she earned a degree in Applied Sciences. She currently resides with her husband, Kyle, and their two daughters, Lily Grace and Kanyan Iris, in Lewisburg. Rebekah continues to serve as a licensed funeral director. Rebekah contributes to the community through her membership in the Watsontown Area Business Association and the Warrior Run Women's Club.
Justin Grenoble, who received a BA in Computer Science and a Minor in Accounting from Lycoming College in 2005, decided to pursue a career in the funeral profession in 2008 when he enrolled in mortuary courses at American Academy McAllister Institute of Funeral Service in New York City. After working 5 years in computer support at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, he joined his father in October 2010 and quickly became a valuable part of the organization. In addition to his funeral director duties, Justin maintains his computer skills and is our webmaster. He and his wife, Tara, reside at the Watsontown funeral home and have one son, Joshua James. Tara contributes some of her spare time to working in the office and supporting the family business.