History & Staff

We have years of experience caring for families, from all walks of life. Each family comes to us because they know we are leaders in our profession, dedicated to excellence in service, and have the highest integrity.

Our History

Our History

We are the first funeral home in the McCalla area, but not new to the funeral industry. Our state of the art facility provides comfortable and safe surroundings with ample parking. Our interior design offers a feeling of peace and tranquility to help you through a difficult time in your life. The staff of McCalla Memorial Home adheres to the "Circle of Care" philosophy.

The "Circle of Care" best states our philosophy-

"It is our goal that each family we serve feels as though they are a part of our family and that the decisions made are treated with respect and dignity to best celebrate the life of their loved one. Providing overwhelming, personal, seamless service is our number one priority - before, during, and after the funeral."

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Our Valued Staff

  • Randy Stonecypher

    Randy Stonecypher, Manager / Funeral Director and Embalmer

    Randy is the Managing Funeral Director and Embalmer for McCalla Memorial Funeral Home. Randy is a graduate of Northwest Mississippi Community College. He is married to Joanne Stonecypher and they live in Hoover, Alabama.

  • Tiffany Pettis

    Tiffany Pettis, Funeral Director and Embalmer

  • Kari Minyard

    Kari Minyard, Office Manager/Pre Need Sales Agent

    Kari has been working for Gamble Holding Company since April 2016. She started at New Horizon Memorial Funeral Home in Dora, Alabama and is currently working as the Office Manager at Deerfoot Memorial Funeral Home and McCalla Memorial Funeral Home. She lives in Hoover with her husband and their children. When she is not at work she enjoys spending time with her family.

  • Emily Wittig

    Emily Wittig, Apprentice

    Emily is an Apprentice Funeral Director and Embalmer. Emily was born and raised in Hoover and graduated from Hoover High School in 2018. Before pursuing funeral service, Emily owned a photography business for 6 years. She is currently in the Funeral Service Education program at Jefferson State Community College where she plans to become dually licensed as a Funeral Director and Embalmer.

  • Billie Meridith

    Billie Meridith, Hostess

    First, Billie is a child of God. She started working at the funeral home in April of 2011. Billie's career was in banking for 50 years. She was married to Robert Meridith for 48 years until God called him home. Billie is a member of The Baptist Church of McAdory.