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Leeper Funeral Home to Change Ownership

Tuesday, November 14, 2017 @ 12:11 AM

Posted by Dylan Cyphert

funeral-home-picLEEPER, Pa. (EYT) – The ownership of the Borland Funeral Home in Leeper will change in January of 2018.

(Pictured, left to right: Kim Borland, Greg Borland, Kylee Ensminger, and Chris Ensminger.)

The business will become Borland-Ensminger Funeral Home, Inc.

Greg Borland, the current owner of Borland Funeral Home, Inc in Leeper, and Klyee Ensminger, a local licensed funeral director, announced the change in ownership on Sunday.

Greg and his wife Kim became partners in the funeral home business with Greg’s father, J. Kenneth Borland, after the untimely death of Greg’s uncle Leo J. Moore in 1982. They became sole owners in January 1985 after the retirement of Greg’s father.

Kylee is the daughter of John and Cindy Slagle of Shippenville. She is a graduate of Keystone High School, Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science (PIMS), and Point Park University in Pittsburgh. She graduated from PIMS with honors and from Point Park University where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Funeral Service. Along with being a licensed director in PA, she also holds a dual license as a funeral director and embalmer in the state of Ohio. Kylee resides in Knox with her husband Chris and their three sons Kaden, Kolten, and Camden.

Greg and Kylee would like to make the transition easy for the community.

“Greg, Kim, Chris, and I will be working closely together to make this transition a smooth and easy process. The families and community we serve are our top priority,” said Kylee.

“We care a lot about the community and the people in it. The Borland and Moore families have served the community and cared for families for four generations, since 1880. I want to continue this quality of care for years to come,” Kylee continued.

Greg and Kim would like to thank the community for their loyalty and support over the years and will continue to be involved in the community after their retirement.

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