Obituaries

Robert M. Benevides
Oct 17, 2020

Hadley Ruggles Rood
Oct 13, 2020

Bonnie Stevens
Oct 12, 2020

Richard Allan Medley
Oct 10, 2020

Who We Are

The compassionate funeral directors at Memorial Funeral Home provide individualized funeral services designed to meet the needs of each family. Our staff of dedicated professionals is available to assist you in making funeral service arrangements. The funeral directors at Memorial Funeral Home will guide you through all aspects of the planning and service process. The services continue after the funeral with grief support and education to help you and your family.

You are welcome to call us at any time of the day, any day of the week, for immediate assistance. Or, visit our funeral home in person at your convenience. We also provide a wealth of information here on our website.

Resources

Grief Support

Helpful resources to guide you through the loss of a loved one.

Planning Ahead

Express your wishes now and help to ease the burden on your loved ones.

Frequent Questions

Making arrangements for a funeral often results in many questions.

Testimonials

Blogs and Current Events

COVID Update

 We recognize the seriousness of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak and are doing everything we can to keep our facility, staff, and the families we serve safe. Our team is making every effort possible to keep our space and equipment clean and sanitized, and implementing the necessary distancing practices. We have also been receiving updates from

Read More »

Probate for the rest of us.

Until 12 years ago probate was something that didn’t impact my life. Then a family member died by suicide without a Will. My education in kindergarten, fifth grade, high school, college or even graduate school did not prepare me for the legalese of probate. I am not a lawyer or even a paralegal. This article

Read More »

Ceremony helps us grieve

Ceremony Paves Way for Healthy Grieving By The Rev. Dr. Lark d’Helen In cultures across the globe mourning after death is observed in countless ways from dressing in black for the first year after death to sitting shiva for seven days to the endless wave of casseroles brought to the family in the weeks following a

Read More »

Want to show support?

Want to show support?