Front exterior building at Cromartie - Miller Funerals & Cremations

Funeral and cremation

Cromartie - Miller Funerals & Cremations

How may we help you?

Located in Dunn, Cromartie - Miller Funerals & Cremations assists residents in Harnett County, North Carolina, and surrounding areas, with planning thoughtful services that celebrate life with respect and personalization.

Amenities

  • Catered Receptions
  • Event Space
  • Chapel

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100-plus years of funeral service

Cromartie - Miller Funerals & Cremations, founded in 1906 as Cromartie Funeral Home, has served the citizens of our community for over 100 years. Our pledge remains as strong today as it was the day our funeral home opened its doors: to provide compassion, understanding and professionalism on which you can rely. We are blessed with knowledgeable and caring funeral directors and team members who are willing to go the extra mile for families we serve. Their commitment is what sets our funeral home apart.

Our Dunn funeral home amenities

Lobby at Cromartie - Miller Funerals & CremationsFamilies who choose Cromartie - Miller Funerals & Cremations enjoy pleasant and comfortable surroundings, with a professional team available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. Our funeral home in Dunn has 2 visitation rooms, an arrangement room and a lounge area.

Guests will also find ample parking and easy access to our facilities via main highways. We are near Interstate 40 and Interstate 95, and situated just 45 miles from Raleigh-Durham International Airport. Our central location allows us to conveniently serve the families of Harnett, Johnston, Cumberland and Sampson counties.

Personal planning and expertise

Chapel at Cromartie - Miller Funerals & CremationsAt Cromartie - Miller Funerals & Cremations, we believe every life is unique and every funeral should be, too. We take a personal approach to funeral planning, ensuring we celebrate life while comforting our families and guests. Our team welcomes you to share ideas and ask questions so we can create a funeral or memorial service just as special as your loved one.

Cremations

Cremation is important in certain religions and cultures, and more and more people are choosing cremation over more traditional burial options. But, most people aren’t familiar with all of their choices when it comes to cremation. You may choose a direct cremation without a funeral or memorial service of any kind, a funeral with the body present, followed by cremation or a cremation followed by a celebration of life service.

A partner you can trust

We are dedicated to caring for families of all beliefs, cultures and traditions and, as a Dignity Memorial® provider, we are equipped to handle all of your funeral and cremation needs. We look forward to building a relationship with you. Please call Cromartie - Miller Funerals & Cremations or come by to learn about our services.

History

Ray Cromartie Sr. opened Cromartie Funeral Home on Broadway Street in the building once known as Cromartie Hardware Store. In 1969, the funeral home moved to its current location on Cumberland Street in historic downtown Dunn. Throughout the years, Cromartie - Miller Funerals & Cremations has provided services to many historical figures.

Cromartie Funeral Home was established in 1906 by its founder, Raymond Cromartie Sr. It began on the 2nd floor of The Cromartie Hardware Store on Broad Street. Under Raymond Cromartie Jr., who succeeded his father as owner, the business moved to a larger location at the corner of Wilson Avenue and Edgerton Street.

Our current funeral home in Dunn

Front exterior building at Cromartie - Miller Funerals & CremationsRaymond’s vision of providing our services to the families of the Dunn, North Carolina, and surrounding communities brought us to our current location, which was purchased in the late 1960s from the First Presbyterian Church. Today, we continue to provide quality service, quietly rendered to families in our community.

In 1989, Ricky Miller became owner of Cromartie - Miller Funerals & Cremations. Ricky has been affiliated with the business since 1969 when he began his funeral service apprenticeship. He graduated from Kentucky College of Mortuary Science in 1972 and obtained his funeral service license in 1975. After working closely with the former owners and observing the “The Cromartie Way” of serving families, Ricky coined the phrase: “Quality Service Quietly Rendered.”

Today, Cromartie - Miller Funerals & Cremations is part of the Dignity Memorial® network. When you choose us as your provider, you receive the compassionate care you expect from a locally operated establishment and the benefits and value you deserve from the largest network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers.

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