Commitment to service and professionalism are the guiding forces behind our funeral homes. There is nothing more important to us than the trust a family places in our ability to help guide them through a most difficult time. Our goal is to work with each family to provide the service that fits their needs with dignity and honor at a reasonable cost.

Funerals and Events

UPCOMING

Jun 25 : 11:00 am to 2:00 pm
Calling hours for Arlene M. Barnard
by Robinson and Hackemer

Jun 25 : 2:00 pm
Funeral service for Arlene M. Barnard
by Robinson and Hackemer

RECENT

Jun 16 : 1:00 pm
Graveside Service for Barbara J. Bingham
by Robinson and Hackemer

May 25 : 3:00 pm
Memorial service for Hilda May Goff
by Robinson and Hackemer

May 24 : 8:00 pm
Funeral service for Marilyn “Jo Jo” Hayes
by Robinson and Hackemer

May 24 : 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Calling hours for Marilyn “Jo Jo” Hayes
by Robinson and Hackemer

May 24 : 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Calling hours for Marilyn “Jo Jo” Hayes
by Robinson and Hackemer

Common Questions

What are my options when arranging a funeral?

Each and every family is unique and as such has unique needs. More and more, families are making arrangements which fit their own personal ideas of memorialization. Today’s funeral director is adept at working with loved ones to insure that their wishes are met. A truly meaningful funeral is one that helps a family through a very difficult and confusing time and beings the healing process.

Words for Loved Ones

For Martin L. Fallon : Growing up down the street our family's spent alot of time interacting. Marty painted a couple of homes for me and we would recall when we were kids. Thoughts and prayers for his siblings and comfort knowing Marty is at peace and with his mom & dad again. God Bless- Mark R.

For Arlene M. Barnard : Arlene was a great friend to my mother, she spent may days at my mother home. Arlene came to taste and enjoy my spanish cooking, and even like my version of spaghetti a dish she had told my mother and me she didn't care for. There are many great things I can say about arlene; like how she made so many of us laugh, and cry with her story's. But the most important thing I can say about my dear friend arlene is " I want to be more like HER!" I will always love and remember you.

For Arlene M. Barnard : My family lived next door to Pepsi and Arlene when we were kids, they were great neighbors. If mom couldn't find me I was at their house. Many years later we would all laugh about our dog stealing hot dogs off their grill when Pepsi had gone in the house for a minute. I'm sorry for your loss, she was a fun lady. Remember all the happy times.