Kerr Parzygnot Family of Funeral Homes
The Kerr-Parzygnot family of funeral homes’ tradition of quality service to families in the south suburban Chicago area in their times of needs has endured for over a hundred years.
Since the opening of the W. E. Kerr funeral home in 1891 through today, the staff of the six Kerr-Parzygnot Funeral Homes have prided themselves on providing comfort and guidance to families during a difficult time.
When choosing a funeral home to help you say farewell to a loved one, it is important to choose a funeral home that has a knowledgeable, professional staff that can not only offer a complete range of services, from full funeral services to cremations as well as memorial services, but are also experienced in honoring many faiths and customs.
The staff of the six Kerr-Parzygnot Funeral Homes looks forward to the opportunity to earn your trust, so that they can ensure your loved ones are put to rest with the dignity and respect they deserve. They invite you to contact them at any time with any questions or to schedule a visit.
I counted Ray among my closest friends for years until my job necessitated relocation out of the Midwest.
Some of my most treasured memories with Ray were annual trips to the NASCAR race in Michigan (Ray would be in his "Intimidator" shirt with me sporting "Awesome Bill from Dawsonville") as well going to the Indy 500 with our group. The old gang also attended Street Machine Nationals over the years. I fondly recall the many Saturday nights my wife and I enjoyed with Ray and his wife alone or with other couples. We also had many costume parties (photo). Ray was always so much fun to be around and was a genuinely good guy.
Deepest condolences to Ray's family - may their memories and faith provide comfort to them.
Grant Park Funeral Home
On April 18, 2009 Grant Park Funeral Home was opened for business located at 309 Dixie Highway. We are here to serve families that are in need of a funeral home. The property was bought, renovated and a chapel was added. The rest of the home is exactly the way it was purchased. Our location is very easy to find, we are located on the main street of Dixie Highway. We offer off street parking, nice kitchen area, and a beautiful sitting room with a fireplace.
Monee Funeral Home
On March 10, 2007 Monee Funeral Home was opened at 5450 Wilson at Governors Highway. The Monee Funeral Home has a lot to offer your family like there’s no stairs, you will never miss a friend or relative coming to pay their last respects. The chapel, lounge and washrooms are all on the same floor. We honor the Gunderson paintings be displayed all through the funeral home. No sharing here, we guarantee 99% the facility is yours. We have a 42 inch screen TV to display a FREE DVD.
Beecher Funeral Home
In 1999 at the address of 602 Dixie Highway, Beecher, Illinois a new funeral home was built, for the people in Beecher it’s the old pharmacy. While the structure was in good shape, the inside was completely renovated producing a very elegant funeral home that affords residents of Beecher a choice in funeral homes for the first time. Beecher funeral home has a lot to be desired one level, handicap facility, nice lounge, and when people come to pay their respect you will not miss them if you are either in the chapel or lounge.
Crete Funeral Home
In 1987 the Crete Funeral Home property at 1182 Main Street, Crete, Illinois was bought, the authentic Victorian home was renovated, a chapel added, a large lounge added, a casket showroom added and the garage was moved. While many homes converted into funeral homes is not user friendly we made Crete funeral home with antique and very homey feeling. The large chapel can hold up to 100 to 125 people for a service and lounge downstairs has a lot of counter space, several tables and a lot of seating. This funeral home can guarantee by 99% that you will have the whole funeral home to yourself, no sharing. We offer the largest parking lot in the south suburban. We have a 42 inch screen TV to display a FREE DVD.
Steger Funeral Home
2005 the new Steger Funeral Home at 125 E. Steger Road (34th St.) in Steger opened. It was decided the best way to utilize the property, which included a large vacant lot, was to build a funeral home. We wanted to be able to offer the Steger residents a choice of funeral home. We are more modern, everything is all on one level no stairs, the chapel, the restrooms and the lounge. Within this beautiful funeral home there is a fireplace and Steger Grand Piano that was built in Steger in the 1890’s. We can guaranteed by 99% that you will be the only family here the whole place to yourself and you will not have to share. This funeral home gives you a home like feeling. We have a 42 inch screen TV to display a FREE DVD. Please visit https://www.steger.memorial/