Our Mission: 
To compassionately serve and guide families with our experience and knowledge as they honor their loved ones.

For many of us, the holiday season has begun. 

One of our traditions here at Koch Funeral Home is to light a candle in the lobby for all of the families we’ve served. 

We invite you to join us in lighting a candle for a lost loved one and for the importance of family. 

May a quiet peace fill your heart and home.

F. Glenn Fleming
Funeral Director, Supervisor

"The experience to serve you better, the compassion to understand your needs"

I’m grateful for this tradition of lighting a candle for all of the families served by Koch Funeral Home.

If you lost a loved one, this season can be challenging.

Honoring previous traditions and perhaps creating new ones, like Glenn suggested above, are ways of honoring your loved one and caring for yourself.

For more information about other ways to do this, please click on  Remembering Your Lost Loved Ones.

Jackie Hook, MA
Spiritual Director and Celebrant

Memories and Accomplishments without you, is it possible?

All the darkness of the world cannot
extinguish the light of a single candle,
yet one candle can illuminate all the darkness.

                ~Jewish Hanukah Prayer

Since we cannot change reality, let us change the eyes that see reality.
                               ~Nikos Kazantzakis

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