Greg is a native of Batesburg-Leesville and co-owner and manager of the Kornegay & Moseley Funeral Home & Cremation Service. Richland Counties only family owned and locally operated funeral home. Greg attended Midlands Technical College, Southern Wesleyan University and is a 1991 graduate of Gupton-Jones College of Funeral Service in Atlanta, GA with an Associate of Science in Funeral Service. Greg has been in funeral service for over 20 years. Prior to opening Kornegay & Moseley, he was a Location Manager with Caughman-Harman Funeral Homes from 1994 to 2007. Greg is a member of the National Funeral Directors Association, the South Carolina Funeral Directors Association and Previously served as Chairman and Secratery/ Treasurer of the Central-Coastal group of the SCFDA. Greg is also a member and previously served on the Board of Directors for the Greater Blythewood Chamber of Commerce, he is also a member of the Greater Columbia Chamber of Commerce, a charter member the Blythewood Historical Society, Gideon's International Columbia East Camp where he previously served as the Faith Fund Chairman. Greg is a Master Mason and member of Batesburg-Leesville Masonic Lodge #138 and Dentsville Masonic Lodge #389. Also, a member of the Order of the Eastern Star, 32nd Degree Scottish Rite Mason, Knights Templar York Rite Mason and a Shriner with Jamil Temple. In 2010, Greg was awarded the designation of Certified Funeral Service Practitioner (CFSP) by the Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice, Inc. Greg is married to Melanie Nicewonger Moseley formerly of Pelion, SC. They have two daughters, Claire and Eva. Greg and his family are very active members of Spring Valley Baptist Church where he serves as a deacon.
Angela "Angie" Endres is a licensed funeral director and embalmer at Kornegay & Moseley Funeral Home & Cremation Service. She is licensed in Minnesota, Texas and South Carolina. She also has her preneed funeral insurance license.
Angie graduated from the University of Minnesota in 2002 with a B.A. in Sociology: Criminology, Law and Deviance and again in 2004 with a B.S. in Mortuary Science. After graduation in 2004 she worked for Cremation Society of Minnesota until 2008. Before moving to South Carolina she worked at the Casualty Office at Fort Hood, TX for 4 years.
Angie is married to Jason, who is an active duty Military Police Officer assigned to the 17th MP Detachment on Fort Jackson. Together they have five children, Haley, Hayden, Samantha, William and Victoria. They are members of Shandon Baptist Church and reside in Blythewood.
Van Kornegay, co-owner of Kornegay Funeral Home Camden and Lugoff-Elgin Chapels, is a licensed Funeral Director and manager of Kornegay Crematory.
Van is a member of Selected Independent Funeral Homes, the National Funeral Directors Association and the South Carolina Funeral Directors Association.
Van has a daughter, Caroline. He is a member of Bethesda Presbyterian Church, the Camden Jaycees and the Blythewood Rotary Club.
John Dunbar Kornegay, Jr.
John Dunbar Kornegay, Jr., co-owner of Kornegay Funeral Home, Camden Chapel and Lugoff-Elgin Chapel, is a Licensed Funeral Director and embalmer. A 1985 honors graduate from Gupton Jones College of Mortuary Science, he is a member of Selected Independent Funeral Homes, the National Funeral Directors’ Association and the South Carolina Funeral Directors’ Association.
Johnny attended Wofford College on a football scholarship, where he was named to the honorable mention All American Football Team as an outside linebacker his sophomore year before injuries ended his career his junior year. Johnny also was an honorable mention high school All American and All State Defensive End while at Camden High School. He was selected to play in the 1978 Shrine Bowl and he and his father, John, were the first father and son Shrine Bowlers at the time, his father having played in 1952.
Johnny has served as a volunteer coach for the Camden-Kershaw County Recreation Department for football, basketball, softball and baseball and volunteered as a Camden Middle School football coach, as well as a Lugoff-Elgin JV and 9th grade football coach. He is an avid offshore fisherman having won several fishing tournaments in South and North Carolina.
Johnny is a member of Kershaw Lodge #29 and the York Rite, past member of the Camden Jaycees and a member of the Camden Rotary Club and The Society of Lower Richland. He served as a committee member of the Wateree Chapter of Ducks Unlimited and a Board member of the Camden Bulldog Club. Johnny is a life long member of Grace Episcopal Church.
Johnny has two children, Johnny, III who attends the University of South Carolina and Mary Reese “Reesie” who attends the College of Charleston.
Caleb Grainger Kornegay, III
Caleb Grainger Kornegay, III, co-owner of Kornegay Funeral Home Camden and Lugoff-Elgin Chapels, is a licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer. He is a member of Selected Independent Funeral Homes, the National Funeral Directors Association and the South Carolina Funeral Directors Association.
Grainger is a 1982 graduate of the University of South Carolina where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Buisness Administration and a 1983 graduate of the Gupton-Jones College of Funeral Service where he earned an Associate of Science Degree in Mortuary Science.
Grainger is married to Molly Jones Kornegay, they have two sons, Grainger IV and Will. He is a member of Bethesda Presbyterian Church where he has served as a Deacon and is currently serving as a member of the committee developing a Memorial Garden on the church grounds. Grainger is a member of Kershaw Lodge #29 and the York Rite. He is a past member of the Camden Jaycees and a longtime committee member and former chairman of the Wateree Chapter of Ducks Unlimited.