Our state-of-the-art facility is tastefully appointed with a comfortable blend of classic, modern and antique furniture that provides a warm and inviting atmosphere.
Each of our spacious and elegantly decorated viewing parlors, as well as our 220-seat Primrose Chapel are equipped with a flat screen television and DVD player. We provide easels to display photo boards and there is always ample table space for framed pictures.
Our facility is handicapped accessible with ample parking directly adjacent to our building.
Located on the historic grounds of the Loudon Park Cemetery, our funeral home showcases some of the rich history of our campus dating back to the late 1800's.
Our antique curio houses a 163-year-old hand-written Loudon Park Cemetery records including Civil War burial records, cemetery regulations and an authentic Confederate Medal of Honor. The bust of the late French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte that adorns our lobby is part of our long heritage with the Bonaparte family. His nephew, Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte, including Jerome's son, Charles Joseph Bonaparte, former United States Attorney General, are all interred in our historic cemetery.