McEwen Funeral Service-Pineville Chapel in Charlotte, North Carolina, has been serving families since 1993. Our funeral home location is nestled in the southern part of Charlotte, next to the town of Pineville. Our funeral home team has a deep commitment to high quality service, which allows us to serve families with their funeral and memorial service needs.
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Welcoming all families
We understand that losing a loved one is a difficult experience. That's why we strive to ease your burden and help plan a service that honors your family's traditions and celebrates life.
Our funeral home grounds are beautifully landscaped, while the decorated interior offers a range of accommodations. As you tour McEwen Funeral Service-Pineville Chapel, our team will speak with you about funeral cost options and go over special requests, such as catering. We're experienced at discussing the best funeral and cremation options. Our goal is to make the planning process as seamless and stress-free as possible, so you can focus on healing.
A custom funeral experience
Whether you prefer a traditional funeral service or contemporary life celebration, we're there every step of the way. At McEwen Funeral Service-Pineville Chapel, families have the freedom to design a fitting tribute that represents those who have passed. Whether they loved reading or served in the military, our team will help you create a service that showcases what made your loved one special.
In addition, we write thoughtful obituaries, organize catered events, schedule flexible visitation hours and even make keepsake items for guests to take home. Funeral services should bring family and friends closer, so everyone receives the comfort they need.
We honor veterans
At McEwen Funeral Service-Pineville Chapel, we understand the unique needs of America’s veterans and their families. As a Level Three Founding Community Partner with We Honor Veterans, our staff 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.
When you plan ahead for a funeral or memorial service, you both relieve your loved ones from making difficult decisions and ensure your wishes are met. To serve those interested in this planning option, we host monthly seminars, which helps to inform people on the benefits of planning a funeral service ahead of time.
As a locally operated funeral home in Charlotte, we welcome you to stop by, or contact us to learn more about our funeral and cremation services. The McEwen family has a rich legacy of service in the area, and we hope to assist you.
McEwen Funeral Service, a family of funeral homes in Charlotte, has served the area since the early 1900s. Around 1908, R.J. McEwen began making coffins in Mint Hill, North Carolina, to help friends and neighbors who lost loved ones to a flu epidemic. R.J.'s son, Carl J. McEwen, began working with him in 1915, and they later began stocking caskets in their Mint Hill hardware store, R.J. McEwen and Son General Store. In 1921, the McEwens purchased a hearse and began servicing funerals.
As their business grew, R.J. and Carl opened McEwen Funeral Home of Mint Hill in 1926. In 1935, the stately funeral home was built on Matthews-Mint Hill Road, where the facility is currently located. Some reports state that people drove from miles around to see the construction of the beautiful brick building.
Building a strong reputation
McEwen Funeral Service also offered ambulance service for several decades. At the time, very few communities in the U.S. enjoyed air ambulance plane service as well, and McEwen was the sole provider in the southeast. The single engine bi-plane saved many lives in the 30s, and McEwen donated the plane to the war effort at the request of the federal government.
As a result of our high standards of quality and a strong reputation in the community, McEwen Funeral Service’s business grew rapidly. We opened a location in Monroe in 1935, and added another location on E. Morehead Street in Charlotte in 1947. We later expanded with locations in Derita in 1972, and in Pineville in 1993.
Today, we are honored to host thoughtful memorial services and funerals in Charlotte. While many aspects of our community has changed, we remain dedicated to our calling of compassionate care.