Recent Obituaries

Helping Families Connect, Honor & Remember
              "Funeral Service in our community since 1834"

  • Honoring Life

    It's important to take the time to acknowledge the uniqueness of the deceased: the individuality of their personality, and the uniqueness of their life's path. Not just for them, but for you; it affirms the relationship, and leads to healing after loss. Honoring their life is truly an act of love - for the both of you.

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  • Grief Support

    With our online grief support you're assured of our commitment to helping you through this difficult time. You can access online counseling services, join in group grief support, or watch our interactive videos, anytime: 24/7. No matter how you feel at this moment, you have our commitment - you're never alone.

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  • Community Events

    We are proud to have been part of the greater Mount Holly Community for more than 180 years.  Community service and participation is part of our heritage.  We encourage you to get involved and participate at one of these upcoming events.

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  • Funeral Etiquette

    The accepted customs of dress and behavior in a funeral have changed over time, but courtesy never goes out of style. Here's what we'd like you to know about funeral etiquette.

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Upcoming Events

Our Community Events

  • Mt. Holly Tree Lighting & Parade
    Friday, December 5, 2014

    Downtown Mt. Holly Free Kids Activities, Live Holiday Music, Free Snacks, Visit with Santa Read more

  • Battle of Iron Works Hill
    Saturday, December 13, 2014

    This annual commemoration features Crown and Continental forces in camp, drilling, and eventually battling through town, from the Prison Museum on High Street to Monroe Street Park. We'll also have children's musket drills, Mercy Ingraham's cooking demonstrations, authors John Nagy (talking on "Dr. Benjamin Church, Spy") and Larry Kidder (talking on "1st Hunterdon County Militia"), The Ministers of Apollo presenting a concert of music from the 18th century, a British regimental surgeon, Benjamin Franklin, Abigail Adams, Ned Hector and English Country Dancing, plus a few surprises. Read more