Glenn Elmore is a native of Pink Hill. He is a 1981 graduate of UNC-W. He recently retired as Director of Dobbs Youth Development Center. He and his wife Jessica reside in Albertson. Glenn has been assisting our firm since 2013.
Angela Turner is a native of Wilson and an Albertson resident since 1979 when she married Thomas Turner. She is a 1970 graduate of Fike High School and attended Atlantic Christian College. She and her husband Tom are partners in the firm. Angela has 15 years of experience as a Funeral Assistant serving the need of families.
Emmett Marvin Smith
Emmett is a native and lifelong resident of Deep Run. He has worked part time with Pink Hill Funeral Home since 2000. He assists with parking, transportation, and many other needs of the families we serve.
Pamela Howard Smith
Pam is a native and lifelong resident of Pink Hill. She graduated from South Lenoir in 1974, and received her BS in Middle School Education in 1978 from East Carolina University. After a 31 year teaching career, she went back to school at Fayetteville Technical Community College and received her North Carolina Funeral Director’s License, fulfilling her father, Houston Howard’s wish for her. Houston was one of the founders of Pink Hill Funeral Home.
Clay Howard is a lifelong Pink Hill native. He joined the firm as partner in 2018. Clay is the son of the late Houston and Mary Ella Howard, who were one of the founding couples of Pink Hill Funeral Home. He is also the owner and operator of Howard's Insurance Agency. He and his wife, Annette reside in Pink Hill.
Tom is a native and lifelong resident of Albertson. He graduated from East Duplin High School in 1968, received his BA in accounting from Atlantic Christian College in 1972. He became a licensed Funeral Director in 1987 and has 25 years of experience serving the needs of our community, continuing the tradition of his parents Calvin C. and Vera Turner who were founders of the firm. He and his wife, Angela are partners in Pink Hill Funeral Home.