Grief can be overwhelming, but choosing the right funeral home and cemetery can ease the burden of planning Karlo-Libby Funeral Home and Sunset Hills Burial Park & Memory Gardens in Canton, Ohio, work together to help you create a personalized memorial that reflects personal preferences, religious convictions and family traditions. Start with a story. We'll take it from there.
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Welcome to our Canton funeral home
Our team greets guests as they arrive for a service in one of our 3 chapels. Our 2 largest chapels seat 75 people each and can be combined to seat 170 total. Our most intimate chapel seats 45 guests. All of our chapels are open to people of every faith and culture, and our public coffee lounge and children’s playroom make a funeral a bit more comfortable for everyone.
Our professional catering staff can prepare and serve favorites or family recipes, so you can spend time with those who matter most. Technical amenities include a large selection of music, a wide-screen audiovisual display and our ability to create a multimedia tribute for you.
Our mission at Karlo-Libby Funeral Home is to help families design personalized funerals and memorials. This approach keeps us open to traditional religious rites as well as contemporary gatherings that deeply reflect a person's life. That means that whether you want a basic cremation with ashes scattered in a personally meaningful place, a funeral in our cozy chapel with cemetery burial, or a modern celebration of life with live music, favorite foods and a send-off that expresses the passions of yourself or your loved one, we are happy to deliver.
Imagine one last cruise-in for the hot rodder who spent every spare moment under the hood, in a themed service complete with engraved keychains as keepsakes. Envision an elegant recital in celebration of a beloved music teacher, featuring performances by generations of students. Whatever your wish, our attentive funeral directors excel in thoughtful touches that make a meaningful difference.
Not everyone knows that there are many cremation options. If you are interested in cremation, the funeral home team can explain the process and different options. From a direct cremation without a memorial service or a witness cremation to a full funeral service before or after the cremation and more, we help you understand this increasingly common choice—and handle all of the cremation arrangements. If you wish, cremated remains can be inurned at Sunset Hills Burial Park & Memory Gardens.
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Sunset Hills Burial Park & Memory Gardens
Sunset Hills Burial Park was founded in 1956 in the heart of Belden Village. Sunset Hills Memory Gardens followed in 1969. Together, they accommodate a range of burial options, including traditional ground burial and above-ground entombment. Family estates offer the unique reassurance of a single gathering place for future generations.
Please contact us, day or night. Whether you have an immediate need or would like a tour of our cemetery grounds, we are here for you. Please contact us at Sunset Hills Burial Park & Memorial Gardens, day or night, at 330-494-2051 or visit us at 5001 Everhard Road NW, Canton, Ohio, 44718.
Karlo-Libby Funeral Home formed after the 1995 merger of Karlo & Sons Funeral Home in North Canton and Atkinson-Feucht-Shaidnagle Sunset Hills Chapel. In the early 1990s, the owners of Sunset Hills Burial Park & Memory Gardens wanted to provide Stark County families with a comfortable funeral home conveniently located across from the cemetery.
After Karlo & Sons Funeral Home became part of the Dignity Memorial® network in 1995, the decision was made to include the Karlo name at Sunset Hills Chapel and rename it Karlo-Feucht Funeral Home. In 2004, the North Canton location closed. Both Karlo & Sons Funeral Home and Karlo-Feucht Funeral Home operated out of one location until 2010, when we became Karlo-Libby Funeral Home.