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Personalized funeral services
Reigle Funeral Home Sunset Chapel offers traditional funerals, contemporary celebrations and cremations, all fully customizable based on your needs and wishes. In addition to creating the service, we help write obituaries, schedule visitations and coordinate catering and floral needs. We also know that funeral and cremation costs remain a concern and offer a number of affordable options for every budget. It's our hope that you have a positive experience during this difficult time.
We can also arrange catering both on- and off-site for your convenience. Our extensive catering menu accommodates all your needs from simple hors d'oeuvre to gourmet entrees. These options are designed to represent your loved one through centerpieces and décor that fill the room with the joy that represents who they were to family and friends.
Planning a special service
The loss of a loved one may feel overwhelming. Our goal is to ease that burden by creating a fitting tribute. Our caring funeral directors and support staff welcome you with compassion and understanding. Reigle Funeral Home Sunset Chapel guides you through your experience every step of the way.
Part of our commitment to you is planning a funeral or memorial service that both honors your loved one and helps your family begin the healing process. We ensure your loved one's special qualities—their passions, interests and accomplishments—are honored during the service. This approach to funeral planning celebrates your loved one's life in a way family and friends will remember for years.
We Honor Veterans
At Reigle Funeral Home/Sunset Chapel, we understand the unique needs of America’s veterans and their families. As a Level Four Founding Community Partner with We Honor Veterans, we are honored to serve our nation’s heroes and take this responsibility seriously. We have taken steps to ensure our staff is knowledgeable of all the benefits available to military veterans and their families.
In addition, we host community events annually in honor of our veterans and work closely with local veterans organizations. With respect, integrity and dignity, we will walk you through the steps of creating a veteran’s memorial service that truly honors the life and sacrifice of your loved one.
Here to serve
Our funeral home in Flushing was founded on integrity and service excellence. We are proud to serve Genesee County and share the same values as our community. Please contact us to learn more about our funeral and cremation options or to meet a dedicated member of our team. It's our promise to serve you with dignity and respect.
Reigle Funeral Home was started in 1930 in Flint, Michigan, by John J. and Wanda Reigle. Wanda was among one of the first women funeral directors in the state of Michigan.
The original funeral home was established in a house on Saginaw Street. In 1950 the Reigle's picked up and moved the house forward to build Colonial Chapel behind it. It was the first structure in Flint built to be a funeral home. Funerals were still conducted during construction.
Family funeral home tradition
John’s son, James B. Reigle, entered the funeral home in the mid-1950s. In 1960 Sunset Chapel was constructed on Clio Road, followed by the Richfield Road location by the same name in 1970.
To better serve our community, Sunset Chapel on Clio Road moved to its current location on Pierson Road in Flushing in the 1990s. At the time, all of three Reigle grandsons, David, John and Jim, worked as funeral directors for the funeral home.
Today, we continue this legacy of care and consider it a privilege to serve our community, providing grieving families comfort when they need it most.
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