Funeral and cremation

Griffin Leggett Conway Funeral Home

How may we help you?

As part of the Griffin Leggett family, Griffin Leggett Conway Funeral Home in Conway, Arkansas, maintains a proud tradition of compassionate care that spans more than a century. Our honorable heritage and experience guides the work we do.


  • Catered Receptions
  • Chapel
  • Event Space
  • Funeral Celebrants


Welcoming funeral home

Lobby at Griffin Leggett Conway FHServing the Greater Conway area, our welcoming funeral home has a chapel with leaded-glass doors and stained-glass windows that seats up to 200. Our updated stateroom is a cozy, intimate setting. And should you wish to host friends and family before or after a funeral or memorial, our event center at Conway Funeral Home handles catered events from tea and coffee to wine and cheese to lunch or dinner and more.

Personalized memorials

The team at Conway Funeral Home believes that every life is unique and that every funeral should be, too. Our goal is to help you plan a personalized funeral or memorial for yourself or your loved one.

That could mean a full traditional funeral with a graveside service, a direct cremation with a cozy memorial and a scattering in a personally meaningful place, or a no-holds-barred celebration of life with a live band, favorite foods and mementos that help tell the story of your or your loved one's life. From a butterfly release to a barbecue, a motorcycle procession to a musical tribute, the list of what we can help you do is literally endless.

Invested in the community and you

Lobby at Griffin Leggett Conway FHAt Conway Funeral Home, we take pride in being part of the Conway community. In addition to providing professional and caring funeral and cemetery services to Arkansas families, we let local organizations use our facilities for meetings or get-togethers. We also provide grief seminars, support groups and memorial services.

As a member of the Dignity Memorial® network, Conway Funeral Home gives you not only the warm, familiar attention you expect from a locally operated business but also the value you deserve.

Call us when you need us. We are here for you.


The Griffin Leggett Funeral Home family was founded by J. Harry Leggett Sr. and Frank and Paul Griffin in 1936 in a 2-story apartment house on West Capitol Avenue in Little Rock. They were the first in the area to promote burial insurance, and their funeral home business grew quickly to be the largest in Arkansas.

Today, the Griffin Leggett funeral homes are members of the Dignity Memorial® network, the largest group of licensed funeral, burial, cremation and cemetery service providers in North America.

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