Mark Moore

Mark joined the staff at Seawright Funeral Home in 2020 after retiring from the fire service.  He considers it a privilege to assist families and the community during their time of loss.  Mark and his wife, Amanda, reside in Inman their three children, kENDRA, Karley and Max.  He and his family are active members of Holston Creek Baptist Church.  He enjoys spending time with his family, fishing and woodworking.

Chuck Fowler

A lifelong resident of Inman, SC , he began his career in funeral service in November of 2005.  Chuck is a 2007 graduate of Piedmont Technical College and majored in Funeral Service.  After completing his career studies and apprenticeship, he became licensed as a funeral director and embalmer in November of 2008.  Chuck and his wife Dena have two sons, Colby and Carson.  He and his family are active members of Stable Life Worship Center in Inman.  He enjoys dirt track racing, riding his Harley whenever possible and spending time with his family.  Chuck joined the team at Seawright Funeral Home & Crematory in January of 2021.

Huey Cartee

For 39 years, Huey has worked in the funeral home industry. He desired a profession where he could serve others and guide them through a time when they need it most.

Huey is married to his beautiful wife, Glenda, and has one son, Chad, who also works at Seawright. In his free time, Huey likes to golf, fish, and spend time with his grandchildren, Ashby and Abbi. He has been proud and grateful to call Inman, SC his home for his entire life.

Jonathan Travis Page, C.F.S.P.

Travis began working at Seawright Funeral Home in 2000.   At that time, he started as a Part-Time Assistant, and immediately, he loved working with families and serving them during their time of need.

Now, Travis continues to serve the families of Inman and surrounding areas as a licensed funeral director. He first moved to Inman in 1999 after growing up in Landrum, South Carolina.

Travis and his wife, Brandy, have two children, Lilly Catherine and Jaxson Winn. They have four pets to keep them entertained: two dogs, Lola and Lexi; a cat, Jingle Belle; and a pig, Petunia.

Doug Wilson

After retiring from the textile industry, Doug started working part-time as a funeral assistant with Seawright Funeral Home in July 2008. He loves that his job gives him the opportunity to meet a variety of people and assist them during their time of loss.

Doug was born in Landrum, SC and spent nearly his entire life in the Spartanburg area. Most of his life was spent working in the textile industry, which also took him to Gainesville, GA for a short period of time.

Doug has been married to his wife, Barbara, for an amazing 52 years. Together, they have two sons, Robb and Keith, and seven beautiful grandchildren. When he’s not working or spending time with his family, Doug likes to spend his time camping, gardening, woodworking, and taking photographs.

Rich Rolen

A 43-year resident of the area, Rich is married to his beautiful wife, Nita, and has a stepdaughter and two grandsons. Rich enjoys hunting when he is not working at Seawright or spending time with his family.

Robert W. Seawright

Robert is the current owner of Seawright Funeral Home, where he has worked as part of the family business for the past 30 years. Bob takes great pride in carrying the business his family established so many years ago that gives him the chance to help the people of Inman when they are most in need.

Bob has lived in the area his entire life and has been married to his wife, Joy, for the past 42 years. Together, they have one daughter, Brandy, and two amazing grandchildren – Lilly and Jaxson.

In his free time, Bob likes to travel and spend time with his family. Sometimes, he even gets into the cockpit and takes to the skies himself.