SAYVILLE,NY— Raynor & D’Andrea Funeral Home is one of the oldest businesses in the Sayville area of New York. Founded in 1874 by Charles L. Raynor, the firm remains a family owned and operated business to this day.
SCOTTDALE,PA — More than fifty years ago, the late Frank Kapr, Sr., family opened a funeral home in their dwelling at 417 West Pittsburgh Street in Scottdale. The home was fully renovated and expanded in 1979 for the 25th anniversary celebration of The Frank Kapr Funeral Home.
MARION,OH — Boyd-Born Funeral Home, a well-established presence in the funeral service community of Marion, traces its roots back to LaRue, OH, where William Clarence Boyd opened a furniture and mortuary business in 1922. In 1927, the business was relocated to Marion.
GREER, SC— The community of Greer has looked to The Wood Mortuary for caring service since 1902 when John D. Wood established a funeral and undertaking business on the second floor of his grocery and hardware store. Today, his grandson and President Richard H. Wood, Jr., continues the family tradition, keeping pace with the times.
PROVO, UT – Nelson Family Mortuary celebrated with a Grand Opening on October 6, 2015, in Provo, Utah. Lance Nelson, with his wife, Tiffany, welcomed guests to the new contemporary design funeral home with a magnificent view of Mt. Timpanogos, second highest mountain in Utah in the Wasatch Range.
FAIRMONT, MN – In what was once a church constructed in 1938, Daron Johnson and Dennis and Maureen Boro established Lakeview Funeral Home in January 1998. During the seventeen years since, he and his staff have functioned within limitations imposed by the existing structure.
KINGSPORT, TN – A building program, in process for ten years, has culminated in a new Care Center for Hamlett-Dobson Funeral Homes.
Chad Correll, funeral director and president, explains that initial planning began a decade ago with the concept of renovating the facility.
HATTIESBURG,MS— Moore Funeral Services, a family owned and operated business, opened a new Care Center in July to serve the company’s four facilities in South-Central Mississippi. The enterprise consists of two fully staffed funeral homes and two chapels.
BEDFORD,IN — Brian Pace, President, and the Day & Carter Mortuary organization have completed the first phase of the funeral home’s 125th Anniversary celebration with the construction of a new preparation room and dressing room by Duncan Stuart Todd, Ltd. With the preparation room now in operation, remodeling continues in other parts of the mansion in anticipation of a community event in the fall.
View Client Photo Gallery Client Testimonial IOWA CITY,IA— Michael Lensing was looking ahead in 1978 when he and Vicki Lensing acquired one of the oldest funeral homes in Iowa City. At the time it was known as Donohue Mortuary and located on Linn Street where […]