R. Michael Gallaway was born and raised in Bernardsville, Graduated from Bernardsville High School class of 1995. Graduated from Monroe Community College with both a Liberal Arts degree in 1998 as well as a Criminal Justice degree in 1999. Michael Attended and graduated from St. Petersburg Junior College Police Academy class of 2001. He worked as a Police Officer for the City of St. Petersburg and the City of Treasure Island, Florida. Michael graduated from Simmons Institute of Funeral Service class of 2007 with a associate degree in Occupational Studies. He is a New Jersey Licensed Funeral Director as of 2008. He is the licensed Manager and President of both the Funeral Home Locations. Michael is also a member of the Congdon-Overlook Masonic Lodge in Bernardsville, NJ and a member of the Basking Ridge Presbyterian Church.

E. Haas Gallaway, Jr. is a lifelong resident of the area and son of the Founder of the Business. He is a graduate of Bernards high school in Bernardsville class of 1959 and the McAllister School of embalming in New York City class of 1960. He has held his Practioner of Mortuary Science License in NJ since 1963 and also holds a Funeral Director and Embalmers license in Florida; which he received in 1983. He is the Vice President of Gallaway & Crane Funeral Homes. In addition, he is a Director of Millington Savings Bank a position he held since 1987.

Bruce Wilber Graduate of Sayreville High School Class of 1956, Started in Funeral Service as an apprentice at Gorny and Gorny Mortuaries in Elizabeth, NJ and went to the American Academy of Funeral Service in New York City. Graduated in March of 1963 and continued in Funeral Service at Worden Funeral Home in Red Bank for several years. Bruce later worked at Day Funeral Home, Keyport for several years before coming to Gallaway and Crane in September of 1983. He has been a director here for the past 25 years and continues to work on a part time basis after retiring in 2008.

Michael J. Badolato, graduated from Randolph High School in 2004, County College of Morris in 2007. Michael started working in the funeral business in 2006 when he started working at Tuttle Funeral Home in Randolph as an apprentice. He enrolled in the mortuary program at Mercer County Community College and graduated in 2010. He became a New Jersey licensed funeral director as of 2012. Michael joined the Gallaway and Crane Funeral Home in 2013 as a director.