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Updated May 22 , 2020
After careful and diligent consideration, in order to protect the health and safety of our families, staff and the community during the COVD19 outbreak. The Hill & Kunselman Funeral Home, Inc. will no longer offer our customary traditional public visitations or public funeral services, until this outbreak passes. We are following the CDC’s guidelines and taking the necessary steps to mitigate the spread of this disease within our community, by limiting the size of the funeral service gatherings.
Understanding visitations, funeral services or memorial services are an important part of celebrating the lives of deceased loved ones.
We will be offering the following alternatives.
*Currently, private immediate family services, are permitted under State guidelines. CDC recommends no more that 25 persons gathered at a time. Face masks must be worn inside the funeral home.
For Catholic Families the Pittsburgh Diocese.
All Funeral Masses or services in the Diocese of Pittsburgh, including of those at funeral homes, are limited to a total of 25 family members. Face masks must be worn inside the church. Families are not permitted to go to the cemetery at this time.
Some local Protestant clergy have expressed no funeral services will be conducted in church until further notice. We will need to contact clergy at the time of need to make that determination.
Families wishing to have private services at the funeral home my wish to use technology, to live stream the services for those who are not in attendance. The family may also request, the service to be video taped and posted on our website.
*Family may wish to have a memorial service at a later date, once the threat of COVD19 has passed.
*We are currently working on the possibility of offering the choice of having a public visitation, by viewing from a drive-thru window. Giving you the capability to view without leaving your vehicle or entering the funeral home.
* No services or no viewing with immediate burial or direct cremation.
No matter your choice, we will provide you with the same level of service that we have been providing for almost 20 years.
When a loved one has passed, we will be available 24/7.
When making funeral arrangements we would ask to follow these guidelines to limit person-to-person contact.
Please use this link to complete the vital information prior to coming into the funeral home for person-to-person arrangements.
We ask that the family limits the number of persons physical coming in to make arrangements. Face masks must be worn in the funeral home.
We will be here to serve you, during your time of need, while we work together as a community to help stop this pandemic.