Washington County Funeral Home
Our funeral home offers ample parking, complete wheelchair accessibility throughout the building, and a warm, comforting atmosphere.
Our foyer leads in directly from the canopied drive-through which enables easy access for the disabled, the elderly, and their caregivers.
Since September 11th we placed a moving sculpture entitled "Tears of a Grateful Heart" in our entryway in support, celebration, and memory of those who have served our country. It shows a member of the armed forces "honoring all that have sacrificed for our freedom". After September 11th this piece has even greater meaning and we are very proud to display it. It is our vow to never forget those who have paid the ultimate price for our freedom.
Chapel services can be held at the funeral home after a time of visitation with family and friends or without visitation. If you would like a member of the clergy to officiate, you can have your clergyman come in or we can find a clergyman to officiate for you. Traditional Washington County funeral services, cremation, and nontraditional services can be held in this manner.
The fellowship area is an open area for gathering and fellowship. The fireplace adds to the comfortable, home like feeling. The Reflective water fountain gives the feelings and sounds of peace and tranquility. When luncheons are served, the fellowship area accommodates the buffet and serving tables.
The kitchenette provides a comfortable and casual area for prearrangements and arrangements. During funeral services it doubles as the family room. It is a more secluded area for the family to slip away to for refreshments or some privacy. Within the kitchenette there is a children's play area with toys, children's table and chairs, tv/vcr and movies.
The office is conveniently located just beyond the foyer. This is where all the behind the scenes coordinating of funeral arrangements takes place.