Our Staff & Board

Board of Trustees

Vail Miller Jr.
Board Chairman

Lee Carpenter
Board Vice President

Robert B. Berner
Board Secretary

Andrew Lehman
Board Treasurer

Sean O’Regan
Board Member

Management Team

Sean O’Regan
President and CEO

Paul Auer
Accounting Manager

Debra Mescher
Administration Manager

Ethan Crawford
Grounds Manager

Angelina Hoschouer
Manager of Development and Marketing

Angela Bowling
Family Service Manager

Woodland Family Service Representatives

Angela Bowling

Family Service Manager

Angela earned a business degree from Ohio’s Miami University in Oxford and brings with her over 15 years of customer service management, working in both the Dayton and Cincinnati areas. Angela is dedicated to providing services to the families of Dayton’s communities with care and compassion. She understands that the challenges of life can be overwhelming and is committed to helping relieve these, allowing for the celebration of life.

Emily Anderson

Family Service Representative

Inspired by her interest in art and Dayton’s innovative history, Emily is a knowledgeable addition to Woodland’s team. Emily has a strong background in service and management, is enthusiastic about problem solving and strives to provide a heartfelt and caring experience to the families of Woodland.

Jesse Childress

Family Service Representative

With a bachelor’s degree in social work and over five years in customer service, Jesse is passionate about helping people meet their needs and connect with Woodland Cemetery. Jesse strives to provide service excellence via compassion and clear communication to comfort bereaving families with care and dignity.

Angie Hoschouer

Manager of Development and Marketing

She came to Woodland with a history of managing multiple fundraising projects in the non-profit sector and coordinating many of Dayton’s largest attended special events and programs. She has a passion for Dayton’s history and is involved with several community organizations including National Aviation Heritage Area, Dayton Region’s Walk of Fame, University of Dayton Osher’s Lifelong Learning Institute and is the current president of the Randolph Twp. Historical Society.