Born and raised in North Berwick, Melissa was a 1984 graduate of Noble High School. Melissa has been part of her family’s business since 1991 as the office manager, assisting in all aspects of the funeral home. In 2005 she decided to continue her family’s service to the community and pursue her degree in Funeral Services. She is a 2010 graduate of American Academy McAllister Institute in New York City and became a licenced Practitioner in October of 2011 She has resided in Wells since 1986 with her 4 children and her husband, Jere who is also a Funeral Attendant. Melissa is very involved with her children’s activities; volunteering for the Wells High School band and chorus events, football games and wrestling meets. She is a past Assistant Superintendent of Cemeteries in North Berwick. Melissa loves spending quality family time on Long Lake and Moody Beach.
William L. Wyman
Bill is a lifelong resident of North Berwick, cousin to the Johnson’s and is the second generation Wyman to work for the funeral home. He owns and operates Madhatter Graphics Company, making him available to assist our family. Bill served as a volunteer for the North Berwick Rescue, working with the community for 23 years He is also a member of the North Berwick Cemetery Committee. He enjoys his motorcycle, fishing, whittling and his 2 granddaughters. Bill and his wife Cindy reside in North Berwick.
Michael D. Johnson, Sr.
Michael is a 1978 graduate of Noble High School and a licensed Master Electrician. He has assisted in the family business since he was a young boy, in both the cemetery and funeral services. Michael is a member and assistant Pastor at the Bethel Christian Church where he plays in the band and sings in the choir. He volunteers his time and electrical services for many town events and a member of the North Berwick Cemetery Committee and various town committees. Michael and his wife Anita, who is also a Funeral Attendant, have 4 children and 4 grandchildren and reside in North Berwick.
Sherry A. Johnson
Sherry has lived in North Berwick for 60 years and is the widow of
David H. Johnson, the former Funeral Director and propane dealer. She has been involved in the funeral service for 50 years. For many years, she had a furniture upholstering business, retiring in 2006. Sherry is a choir member at Bethel Christian Church, belongs to Red Hats and various groups in the area. She had three children, 9 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren and loves spending time on Long Lake and Moody Beach.