- Catered Receptions
- Event Space
- Funeral Celebrants
- Multicultural Funerals
Plan the perfect memorial tribute
Let’s start with a story. Tell us about the driving passion, lifelong hobby or uncommon dedication to a vocation that defined a lifetime, and we will integrate elements that reflect the best facets of life. Imagine an outdoor-themed service for the one who spent every spare moment in nature’s splendor, with guests in comfortable dress and keepsake monogrammed compasses for guests to take on their next adventure. Host a cruise-in held in honor of the lifelong hot-rodder, with a car show in our spacious parking lot and a high-horsepower escort for the funeral coach after the service. With our creative resources and your imagination, we can fulfill almost any final wish.
Our interfaith chapel welcomes celebrants of all faiths and backgrounds with Colorado hospitality. Whether you choose a traditional religious service or a contemporary celebration of life, we offer personalization to create a memorial all your own. Military funerals, including burial with military honors, commemorate those who served our country. Those who choose cremation may opt to host a viewing beforehand, with optional burial or scattering of cremated remains after at the cemetery of your choosing.
Guidance and support when you need it most
From music to decor, leave the details to us. Let us handle the cooking, with your favorite dishes and family recipes lovingly prepared by our professional caterers, so you can spend more time focused on those who matter most. Our flexible reception space adapts to the size and style of your guest list, accommodating both large reunions of friends and intimate gatherings of family.
Call on us day or night
We consider it an honor to serve families from Castle Pines to Larkspur. Please contact us at any time if we may assist with funeral arrangements in Castle Rock or if we may arrange a personal tour of our chapel and staterooms. We look forward to your call.
Our historic Castle Rock Funeral Home
Olinger Andrews Caldwell Gibson Chapel, Castle Rock’s second-oldest business, stands in a prime location near the heart of downtown, by the old train station depot. In the 1890s, our historic building housed Littleton Creamery Company. As the need for dairy production slowed, the creamery was sold in 1920 to the Livingston family, who turned our unique building into a funeral home.
In 1938, C. Douglas Andrews assumed operations, passing it on to his son in 1974. In 1984, John and Carol Andrews transferred operations to Loys and Mattie Caldwell and Bob Gibson. By 1994, Andrews Caldwell Gibson became Olinger Andrews Caldwell Gibson, when our beautiful location became part of the Dignity Memorial® network of providers. Today, we continue to provide top-notch funeral service to clients across Colorado.