The funeral home was founded by J. Gailey Glenn
in 1922 when he began his devoted years of service to the community by
opening a funeral home in Portersville, PA. In 1925 Gailey moved the funeral
practice to Zelienople opening a location in a building on North Main
Street at the current site of Mathew Jeweler’s new addition. In
1931 the Glenn family moved the funeral home to a larger facility in is
what now the Inn on Grandview.
After faithfully serving the funeral profession for 47 years, J. Gailey Glenn died on February 25, 1969. That same year Lloyd L. Kildoo formed a partnership with Carl Glenn and the business became Glenn-Kildoo Funeral Home.
Over the years the funeral home faithfully served the Zelienople and surrounding communities. After providing funeral services to many families in Cranberry Township and in response to the community’s growth, Lloyd and Carl opened a second location in Cranberry in 1986.
After Carl retired in 1998, Lloyd merged the funeral home with the Zelienople/Evans City based Boylan Funeral Homes. Carl continued to work as a greeter until his unexpected death on October 3, 2002.
After Mr. Glenn's death, Patrick J. Boylan II was invited to become the Supervisor of the Cranberry Township location. Patrick graduated summa cum laude from Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science and received the John Rebol Award for his outstanding achievement in all branches of the curriculum.
The funeral home now has five licensed funeral directors serving the community.