About us

Our funeral home was established in 1946 by our founder, Gilbert L. Dailey. Mr. Dailey was raised in Steelton, a veteran of WWII where he achieved the rank of Lt. Colonel, and was loved by many in the community. He was an active member of many fraternal, church, and civic organizations, and viewed his role as a funeral director as a ministry- and we continue that tradition even today. 


Timothy J. Dailey Funeral Director

Gilbert and Kitty Dailey’s youngest son, Tim is also active in many church, civic, and fraternal organizations as well. A graduate of Bishop McDevitt High School and the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science, he has served his church and community as:
  • Member of the Penbrook Lions Club
  • Former councilman and mayor of Penbrook
  • Penbrook Swim Club
  • President St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church where he serves as a lector
  • 4th Degree Knight of Columbus and member of the Holy Rosary Council #869 Founding Charter member of the Irish Heritage Society
His hobbies include videography, swimming, scuba diving, and boating. 

Mario A. Billow F.D.,C.F.S.P.

Mario was a graduate of West Perry High School, a U.S. Army Veteran, a graduate of Catonsville Community College, a Certified Funeral Service Practitioner, and graduate of Central Penn College with a BS in Business Management. He too is active in many organizations:
  • Member of the Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice
  • American Society of Embalmers
  • 4th Degree Knight, Council #12404
  • Member of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church where he serves as a Eucharistic Minister and Parish Council Member
  • Member of the West Shore YMCA and the Hershey Racquet Club
  • Past President of LeTip of the West Shore
  • Member of the American Wine Society
  • Past President of the Order Sons of Italy, Capitol City Lodge #272
Mario is married to Windy Juliana (Bohensky) Billow. Mario & Windy are proud parents of their daughter, Maribella Dawn Billow. His hobbies are tennis, golf, Phillies and Senators baseball, and making homemade wine. He has won medals in the American Wine Society Wine Competition. He enjoys visiting West Hanover Winery and Nissley Winery

Clifford D. Forester Sr., Funeral Director

Cliff is a resident of Linglestown and has served that community as a funeral director for the past 18 years. He is active in many organizations and was a graduate of Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science.
  • Graduate of Hershey High School
  • Graduate of Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science
  • St. Thomas United Church of Christ
  • Member of the Steelton-Swatara Masonic Lodge #775-F & A.M.
  • Member of Ancient Accepted Scotttish Rite Valley of Harrisburg 32 Degree
  • Member of Palmyra Sportsman's Association
  • Member of SCI First For Hunters Blue Mountain Chapter
  • NRA National Rifle Association
  • Boy Scouts of America
  • Pennsylvania Sheriff's Association
  • Shoop's Cemetery Board Association
Cliff and his wife Julie are proud parents of 8 children, Sarah, Clifford Jr., Anna, Adeline, Jacob, and Joseph, Caroline, and Riley. Cliff is an avid gardener, and enjoys building and construction projects. Many of the improvements made at our funeral home have been designed by Cliff. We are blessed to have someone of his abilities as a partner with our funeral home. We are also honored that Cliff chose to partner with us, and look forward to serving the families that he has cared for. 

Amanda J. Seiders, Supervisor

Amanda is a distinguished honors graduate of West Perry High School, Class of 1999 and Northampton Community College where she was awarded an Associate’s Degree after completing the Funeral Service Education program. She became a licensed funeral director in 2004 and has served the greater Harrisburg area during and post internship.

Amanda has two children, Damian and Sophia, and a cat, Midnight. She enjoys reading and going to the library, cooking at home and dining out, gardening, and visiting the beach and places of historical interest.

About us

Our funeral home was established in 1946 by our founder, Gilbert L. Dailey. Mr. Dailey was raised in Steelton, a veteran of WWII where he achieved...

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650 S. 28th Street
Harrisburg PA  17103

Phone: (717)-233-1933

Fax: (717) 724-0355