It is not always possible to pay respects in person, so we hope that this small token will help.
Offer a gift of comfort and beauty to a family suffering from loss.
A gift to your family, sparing them hard decisions at an emotional time.
Our Hellertown establishment was started in 1955 by Franklin and Betty Falk. They purchased a home and a barn at the northern end of Hellertown and converted the property into a funeral home through many hours of personal hard work and physical labor. Franklin, who graduated from the former Eckel's Mortuary School in Philadelphia on the GI bill after World War Two, felt that grieving families should be offered personal service in a comfortable setting. He was assisted by his wife, Betty, until they retired in 1990.
In 2003, a major expansion project was completed to the Hellertown facility, doubling the space and adding an on-site crematory. The architectural details mimic those within the Pennsburg facility: stained glass windows, oak trim throughout, and a color scheme recommended by Hospice organizations.
The funeral home contains a spacious entry and foyer area that doubles as an art gallery featuring local artist. A comfortable chapel can be used for either funeral or memorial services. It is light and airy. There is a special area for children, as well as several rooms for friends and families to gather. Our goal is to offer you the most comfortable setting for a very difficult time in your life. Also located in Hellertown is our cremation facility--attached to our chapel for the utmost security.
If you would like more information, please contact us.