COVID-19: Our funeral home remains committed to safeguarding the health of the families we serve. Learn more about the measures we have put in place at our facility. Learn More


FEMA Assistance For Families with Unplanned Funeral Expenses. Individuals can apply for assistance for the reimbursement of COVID-19 Funeral Expenses after Jan. 20, 2020.

Our History

a large brick building with grass and trees

A Brief History

Our historic building was built in 1929 and used to serve as the Chapel for Crown Hill Cemetery. The exterior walls of the funeral home were made with "Clinker" bricks, a type of brick that was often discarded by brickmakers, but some found it a unique building material.

In 2002 it was renovated into a funeral home with Charles Blessing serving as the funeral director until his death in 2013. Following Mr. Blessing's death, the funeral home and its staff has continued his dedication to providing "Compassionate Service With Excellence" to the families that choose to entrust their loved ones to our care.

In 2015 the funeral home underwent another round of remodeling to restore the historical casket alcove, and in 2020 we added a new sound system. We look forward to serving the community for many years to come!