Front exterior building at Anderson Funeral Home & Cremation Centre

Funeral and cremation

Anderson Funeral Home & Cremation Centre

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Anderson Funeral Home & Cremation Centre is a Windsor landmark and has been serving families of all ethnic groups for more than 95 years. Throughout the years, we've maintained a reputation for excellence with our Windsor-area funeral services.

Amenities

  • Catered Receptions
  • Funeral Celebrants
  • Event Space
  • Chapel
  • Multicultural Funerals

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Convenient funeral home

Whether you choose cremation or a traditional burial, our facilities provide comfortable rooms for visitations and a dedicated space for funeral receptions. Anderson Funeral Home and Cremation Centre is conveniently located at 895 Ouellette Avenue, just north of Erie Street.

Personalized funeral services in Windsor

At Anderson Funeral Home and Cremation Centre, we know that the loss of a loved one can seem overwhelming, which is why choosing the right funeral director is key to ensuring your loved one's life is well celebrated.

Our Windsor funeral home offers affordable burial and cremation services for our entire region, including families in Windsor, Tecumseh and LaSalle. Whether you need assistance at the time of need or desire to plan funeral arrangements in advance for yourself or a loved one, Anderson Funeral Home and Cremation Centre is ready to serve you.

Our funeral home services are designed to help families celebrate and memorialize the special life of their loved one. Please contact Anderson Funeral Home and Cremation Centre if you would like to speak with our staff about burial and cremation services. We look forward to serving you and your family.

History

Our Windsor funeral home history

Anderson Funeral Home & Cremation Centre originally began as H.S. Anderson Funeral Home. Located in the heart of downtown Windsor, it was founded in 1920 by Herbert Samuel Anderson and originally located in the west end of Windsor in the Towne of Sandwich. H.S. Anderson and his wife, Irma, owned and operated a furniture store directly across the street from our building.

Anderson, realizing there was a need for a funeral home in the small community, transitioned from the furniture business into the funeral industry. He attained his funeral director’s license from Banting Institute in Toronto and was among the 1st licensed funeral directors in Ontario.

Growth, expansion

Front exterior building at Anderson Funeral Home & Cremation CentreAs our funeral home continued to grow over the years, a larger facility became a necessity, so we moved to a larger building in downtown Windsor and also operated an ambulance service. In the 1950s, H.S. Anderson Funeral Home moved to its current location, where the family constructed a 20,000-square-foot facility. At that time, our facility was among the largest funeral home establishments in Canada.

Anderson’s sons—Ernie, Bruce, Stuart and Austin—were all raised and active in the business. It was not uncommon for the boys to be called out of school in the middle of the day to assist on funerals and ambulance runs. Bruce Anderson Jr., a 3rd-generation funeral director, joined the company in 1969 and became licensed in 1972. Bruce remains with our company today and enjoys working in the capacity of a family service counsellor.

In 1986, H.S. Anderson Funeral Home was purchased, and the company now operates as Anderson Funeral Home and Cremation Centre. Although our Windsor funeral home has changed throughout the years, our commitment to providing families caring and compassionate service has never changed.

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