We are proud to announce the opening of our 3200 sq foot addition to the orginal funeral home.
We have added an additional visitation/chapel, additional restrooms, and arrangement rooms along with Expressions of Sympathy at Hill & Kunselman http://www.hillandkunselman.com/merchandise/index.php
The next phase of our expansion will be to enlarge the size of our hospitably room and add more parking. With these additions we hope to continue to serve our community for years to come.
Expressions of Sympathy at Hill & Kunselman
New Arrangement Rooms
Other funeral home photos
Addition was completed by Alcon Building Systems, of New Castle. The addition is on site of the former Kenneth & Lauretta “Red” McConahy residence. The funeral home is entirely handicap accessible.
With a matter this important, wouldn't you want to deal with someone, locally owned?
We opened our funeral home on September 29, 2000. We are a locally owned funeral home. Our facility offers the convenience of being one level with no steps or ramps. We are located minutes from the PA turnpike and route 60, Greater Pittsbugh Area, or any of the surrounding communities.
The building was designed and built to have a soothing effect for the area families we serve. The elegantly decorated funeral home welcomes the community with a warm glow of a burning fireplace and professional, caring service. The beveled leaded glass doors and floral tapestry carpeting enhance the hospitality, which surrounds you upon entering the newly constructed facility.
We offer two large, beautifully appointed visitation rooms with peaceful colorings of teal, cream and mauve. The cathedral ceilings with brass chandeliers afford the families spacious accommodations to graciously receive family and friends.
We also offer a coffee room to afford the families an opportunity to take a break and get refreshments, if desired, during the visitation.
Acknowledging that this valley is rich with history and memories of days gone by, we have a china buffet used to display local historical items. Our collection keeps growing,as many local families bring in items to donate for our display.