Our Funeral Home has made a commitment to serve our community. All of the families that we serve are important to us. We constantly strive to offer a wider variety of options to each and every one of them.
Take time to review the pages of our website. Integrity and quality service have always been our top priority when dealing with grieving families. We are here to assist you with the preplanning of a funeral or help families plan a service to celebrate the life of a loved one.
Please take a moment to look at our site and the many features you will find. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call us or use the Contact Us page to email your questions. We look forward to hearing from you.
Corey Schaeffer - FD/Owner
Schaeffer Funeral Home takes pride in offering compassionate and dignified care to every family at their time of need.
We offer Traditional and Cremation Services and will design your service to fit any and all faiths. Corey and his family reside at the funeral home thus offering availability 24 hours a day.
Schaeffer Funeral Home has spacious and elegantly decoratedrooms. It has a large modern viewing room, which can accommodate 80 plus persons as well as a more personal viewing area for smaller services. This gives the funeral home the ability to perform two funerals at once if need be.
We have a state of the art display room where individuals can choose from a large selection of merchandise to personalize their loved ones service.
The amenities do not end there, the funeral home is fully handicapped accessible, has an extensive covered wrap around porch with outdoor seating and a parking lot with abundant parking spaces available.Learn More
“Grief is the feeling of reaching out for someone who’s always been there, only to discover when I need her [or him] one more time, she’s no longer there.”
When someone you care about dies, it is one of life’s most painful events….perhaps even the MOST painful event you might experience. Our reaction to death is many faceted and extremely difficult to discuss. In many circumstances, those engulfed in grief are left alone to cope with their pain...especially after the initial couple of weeks have passed.Learn More
During the funeral service, common sense and empathy for those grieving are expected in today’s society. When someone you care about is struck with a death in their family, your natural instinct is to lend your heart and hand in any way. We have put together a guide to help display caring and appropriate behavior, giving you the confidence in knowing your gestures are well received and in good form.Learn More
The next steps are often difficult to plan. Who to call, where to start with memorial invitations, where to hold the reception.. We know there is a lot to do and we are available for all your needs. To help with the next steps of the planning process, our funeral care professionals have created a checklist to help guide you along the way.Learn More
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