The Fortin Group in Auburn, Maine, provides complete funeral and cremation services. Our experienced team brings decades of caring service and funeral expertise to all our families in Auburn and Lewiston. We'll be honored to help guide you through this emotionally challenging stage of life.
- Catered Receptions
- Funeral Celebrants
- Event Space
- Multicultural Funerals
Our Auburn funeral home
Our spacious Auburn funeral home has earned an excellent reputation for its convenience and comforting environment. The Fortin Group houses visitation rooms for more intimate gatherings as well as a large area that accommodates families who require more space. A recent renovation also added a catering room and a staging kitchen for our caterers. These amenities provide families with plenty of space for receptions and spending time with family and friends.
Personalized memorial services in Maine
We believe that every life should be celebrated. That's why all of our funeral and cremation services are fully customizable, allowing you to showcase your loved one's interests, passions and hobbies. We'll help you design a fitting service complete with obituaries, personal videos, photo displays, catering options and keepsakes.
These options not only provide you with the ability to honor your loved one, but also provide comfort and compassion during this difficult time. Our team at The Fortin Group wants to help you start the journey to healing and will guide you every step of the way.
Building local relationships
We pride ourselves on providing the service you expect before, during and after the loss of a loved one. As a locally operated funeral home, our staff is local to the Auburn-Lewiston area and actively involved in the community.
For decades, The Fortin Group has helped families create lasting funeral, memorial and cremation services—whether at time of need or planned in advance. We welcome all families and consider it an honor to serve you. Feel free to come meet a member of our team and learn about your funeral service options.
The Fortin Group manages funeral homes in both Auburn and Lewiston, known locally as the Twin Cities in Maine. For decades, our caring staff has provided thoughtful funeral and cremation services with a personal touch.
Our service begins
In the early 1900s, families began the transition from having undertaking services and embalming take place in the family home to utilizing funeral homes for these services. In 1925, Reginald Fortin became an owner at Poisson and Fortin Funeral Home on Park Street in Lewiston. When Fortin Sr. died, his sons, Donat and Roland G., established their funeral home at our current location: 70 Horton Street in Lewiston.
A family tradition of care
In 1975, Roland G. Fortin sold his interest to existing shareholders Raymond Duprez, Denis Croteau and Roger Bouffard. In 1985, Raymond A. Perreault also became a shareholder in Fortin Funeral Directors.
Nearly 20 years later, Fortin Funeral Directors merged with Plummer & Merrill & Teague Funeral Homes in 1992. They changed the business name to The Fortin Group of Lewiston and Auburn, offering a choice of locations for our families in both cities. Since 1996, our Auburn and Lewiston funeral homes have been members of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers.
This partnership has enabled us to offer more service options to our families with the ability to customize each one to meet the needs of our community. Our local team members are experts in arranging meaningful tributes in our welcoming and comforting facilities, providing each family with service beyond their expectations.
"Roger knew my parents for many years and had taken care of dads service in 2010. Without my sister and I in the reception room prior to the services he sang and played my mothers favorite song on the)..."See More
"I dont understand why the services provided by dignity themself was so expensive."
"Staff and management were above and beyond all I expected. Very friendly and caring."
"Very professional, compasionate, sincere"
"The service at the fh was difficult to schedule, when the time came, no clergy were there as it had been promised."