Lamb Funeral Home has provided funeral and cremation services to families in the Huntingdon Valley, Feasterville, Bucks County and Montgomery County communities since 1954.

Built on the grounds of Forest Hills/Shalom Memorial Park in 1996, the funeral home is a beautiful place to celebrate a loved one's life. Situated on 234 acres, Forest Hills/Shalom Memorial Park has been the cemetery of choice for generations of Huntingdon Valley families.

Working together, the funeral home and cemetery allow you to take care of all your funeral and burial arrangements in one convenient location.

An accommodating Huntingdon Valley funeral home

Chapel at Lamb Funeral Home Inc.The 12,000-square-foot Lamb Funeral Home was renovated in 2016 and has two chapels. The larger chapel seats 80 guests; the smaller seats up to 40. In addition, the funeral home has a children’s playroom, which gives busy parents a safe place for their children to stay occupied during arrangements conferences and funerals.

A community room on the cemetery grounds allows families to host catered gatherings. With our professional catering services, you won't need to find an outside caterer. And if you'd like an outdoor event, we can arrange chairs, tables, tents and decor on the lawn.

Read about our catering and reception offerings.

Personalized funeral services

Reception room at Lamb Funeral Home Inc.For intimate gatherings or large events, the funeral home chapels can be customized to reflect the personality and passions of the loved one being remembered. The team at Lamb Funeral Home believes that every life should be well celebrated.

Experts at creating unique and memorable tributes, we know just what to do to create something truly special. For instance, if he was a Philadelphia Eagles fan, we can ask pallbearers to wear team jerseys and decorate the reception in green and white. If she spent her winters on the slopes, we could transform our chapel into a snowy wonderland and serve après-ski treats like hot chocolate, spiced apple cider and cheese fondue.

We can find inspiration almost anywhere. Just leave the details—no matter how big or small—to our imaginative team.

Huntingdon Valley cremation services

There are many options for cremation in Huntingdon Valley—and they're not all equal. We specialize in cremation services that honor loved ones in personalized ways. With space for outdoor services, expertise in scattering ashes and a friendly team who pays attention to every detail, we provide service that is second to none.

Signature Dedication at Lamb Funeral Home Inc.More and more people are choosing cremation over traditional burial, but most aren’t familiar with the many options:

  • a cremation without a funeral or memorial service of any kind.
  • a funeral with your loved one present, followed by cremation.
  • a cremation followed by a scattering, cemetery memorialization or celebration of life—or all three.

If you're interested in cemetery placement, Forest Hills/Shalom Memorial Park is among the prettiest in the area. Its cremation options include niches and gardens.

Learn about our cremation services.

WHV 2020 - Level 3We Honor Veterans

At Lamb Funeral Home, we understand the unique needs of America’s veterans and their families. As a Level Three Founding Community Partner with We Honor Veterans, the funeral home team is knowledgeable in the benefits available to veterans and their families. With respect, integrity and dignity, we will walk you through the steps of creating a veteran's memorial service that truly honors the life and sacrifice of your loved one.

Learn how we can help plan a veteran's memorial service.

Planning in advance

In addition to assisting with an immediate need, Lamb Funeral Home specializes in working with families to make final arrangements in advance. When you plan ahead, you relieve your family from financial and emotional burdens while ensuring your wishes are met. We offer in-person and virtual consultations, as well as a free Personal Planning Guide.

Find out everything you need to know about prepaid funeral and cremation plans.

Forest Hills/Shalom Memorial Park

Stone Statue with open arms at Forest Hills/Shalom Memorial ParkForest Hills/Shalom Memorial Park is a peaceful 234-acre cemetery in Huntington Valley. It opened as a nondenominational cemetery more than 100 years ago. Created within Forest Hills in the 1960s, Shalom Memorial Park is dedicated to members of the Jewish faith. It includes a Holocaust memorial and a monument for Babi Yar.

Whether you prefer ground burial, aboveground entombment or cremation memorialization, Forest Hills/Shalom Memorial Park has many choices:

  • Upright monuments
  • Flat markers
  • Private estates
  • Mausoleum entombment
  • Cremation niches
  • Columbarium
  • Cremation benches

We encourage you to customize your loved one's memorial. That might be as simple as engraving a favorite saying on a marker or as elaborate as a private mausoleum built to your family's specifications. We can help you decide what's best for your loved one.

Learn more about the cemetery.

We celebrate diversity

The Huntington Valley area is diverse, and Forest Hills/Shalom Memorial Park is a multicultural cemetery that serves families of all cultures, backgrounds and religions. Our team members are well-versed in a wide variety of burial traditions and speak Vietnamese, Russian and Hebrew. Although anyone can be buried at Forest Hills, we have sections for Asian, Indian, Muslim, Catholic and Christian families.

Shalom Memorial Park specializes in burial services according to Jewish tradition. We understand how important it is to members of the faith to provide a prompt burial after the loss of a loved one, and we promise to uphold your family's values.

We're here for you

Lamb Funeral Home is a proud member of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers, offering compassionate care and personalized service you can trust.

We encourage you to visit us at 101 Byberry Road. Whether you need immediate assistance or wish to make arrangements in advance, we're here for you. Call us anytime, day or night.

Reach out now.


Lobby at Lamb Funeral Home Inc.After serving his country during World War II, Thomas C. Lamb returned home and enrolled in mortuary school. In 1954, the Thomas C. Lamb Funeral Home opened at its original location on Bustleton Pike in Feasterville, Pennsylvania.

In addition to running his funeral home, Thomas was the Bucks County coroner from 1958 until 1962.

When Thomas died in 1970, his wife, Jane Lamb, continued running the business under a widow's license. Jane’s son, James C. Lamb, helped her run the funeral home until he became a licensed funeral director in 1982.

In December 1994, Lamb Funeral Home relocated to Huntingdon Valley and became a Dignity Memorial provider.


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