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

From the dawn of recorded history, humans have buried their loved ones in a ceremonial manner. Each culture has its own format for their ceremony, but the common thread, regardless of religious beliefs, is to celebrate the life of the deceased and bring comfort to the family. This tradition is carried on today by Pierce Funeral Home and Cremation Services.

Located in Manassas, Virginia, Pierce Funeral Home and Cremation Services offer dignified affordable services to families of all faiths. We understand the confusion that accompanies a loss and are committed to assisting our families in dealing with the logistics of planning a service, memorial, burial, or transfer while respecting the feelings and wishes of the family. We can provide you with information regarding in-ground interment, cremation, and preplanning. Our experienced and compassionate staff is available for assistance whether needed in the immediate or distant future. Our facilities can accommodate any size or type of service, each individually planned according to the family's religious faith and specific wishes.

Helping area residents to honor the lives of their loved ones and easing the burdens the family has to bear is considered a sacred trust by the staff. We pledge to continue this tradition of excellence.

Pierce Funeral Home and Cremation Services is open daily. Please contact us at any time for further information.

Our Valued Staff

  • Bob Pierce

    Bob Pierce, Owner

  • Ernie  Myers

    Ernie Myers, General Manager

    Ernie has been a licensed Funeral Director since 1971 and is a graduate of the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science. He previously was appointed by the Governor of Virginia to serve a 7 year term as a member of the Regulatory Board for the Funeral profession. He has also served as President of the Northern Virginia Funeral Directors Association. He and his wife, Bonnie, have been married for 50 years and have three children and 2 grandchildren. He is very active in his church and community. Ernie's hobbies include football, fishing, antique collecting, and gardening.

  • Jeff Campbell

    Jeff Campbell, Funeral Director

    Jeff was born and raised in Illinois and has been a licensed funeral director and embalmer since 1988. A graduate of Worsham College of Mortuary science in Chicago, Il., he relocated to the Northern Virginia area in 1985 to begin his career in Funeral Service. Jeff lives in South Riding with his wife, Vicky, he has a daughter, Samantha, one grandson, Brooks, and his English Lab, Jack. In his spare time, Jeff enjoys spending time with family and friends, fishing, and going to his cabin in West Virginia.

  • Todd  Myers

    Todd Myers, Funeral Director

    Todd is a second-generation Funeral Director, born and raised around the funeral profession in Northern Virginia. He started working alongside his father as a teenager and has earned a bachelor’s degree in History from George Mason University as well as a degree in Embalming & Funeral Directing from the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science. Todd has worked at Pierce Funeral Home for twelve years and has a passion for working with people and serving the families that entrust Pierce Funeral Home to care for their loved ones. In addition to being a Licensed Funeral Director & Embalmer, he is crematory operator certified by both CANA and Matthews Cremation and has managed our cremation business as well as Pierce Pet Services from its inception through today. In his free time, Todd enjoys pursuing his many hobbies and interests. A student of history and a proponent of continual learning, he is always discovering new and exciting things and eagerly learning about them. He is an avid record collector and concert goer. Additionally, he enjoys weightlifting, traveling, watching football and baseball, and spending time with family.

  • Kara Palladino

    Kara Palladino, Funeral Service Intern

  • Stan Richards

    Stan Richards, Funeral Assistant

  • Kevin  Gerken

    Kevin Gerken, Funeral Assistant

  • Michael  Keene

    Michael Keene, Funeral Assistant

  • Zachary Wince

    Zachary Wince, Funeral Assistant

  • Denise Rodgers

    Denise Rodgers, Office Administrator

  • P.J. Billig

    P.J. Billig, Janitorial Custodian

    PJ’s love for Pierce Funeral Home started with the funeral services of her loving dad Lee Johnson in August 2004. So inspired by the compassion and love shown towards her family, she was hired by Don Price in October 2004. PJ started part time between her other jobs going on funerals, working night visitations and night removals.Hired full-time later by Ernie Myers taking charge of cleaning the funeral home and later also cleaning the reception hall. Proud mother of one son, daughter in law and grandmother of 3 beautiful grandbabies, the loves of her life.“Life is short and such a precious gift. Losing a loved one is something you never get over. The family of Pierce Funeral Home will always show our compassion and extended love during your time of need”.When not working, PJ loves spending time with family and friends. Most of all flying out to Arizona to be with her grandbabies.

  • Samantha Fearnley

    Samantha Fearnley, Funeral Assistant

  • Dale Fox

    Dale Fox, Funeral Assistant