Rosedale Funeral Home and Rosedale Cemetery in Martinsburg, West Virginia, have provided cemetery services since 1929 and funeral services since the 1970s. We are conveniently located at 917 Cemetery Road, and invite you to meet our team, tour the funeral home and visit the tranquil cemetery grounds.
- Catered Receptions
- Event Space
Personalized funeral service
When you walk through the doors of Rosedale Funeral Home, we want you to feel at home. Our lovely facility offers a spacious visitation room, a beautiful chapel and a versatile reception hall, allowing us to handle groups of all sizes.
Whether you are making funeral arrangements in advance or have an immediate need, our funeral home team is dedicated, professional, and qualified to meet your needs. If you choose us as a provider, we will work with you to create a unique, memorable tribute that reflects the special qualities of your loved one. From sharing treasured photographs and mementos to throwing a themed catered event, the possibilities for a personalized funeral or memorial are truly endless.
Cemetery for all
The well maintained 53-acre grounds at Rosedale Cemetery boasts gentle hills and established trees, upright monuments and flush-to-the-ground markers, 3 sections dedicated to veterans and military families, cremation niches, a mausoleum and private estates.
To best meet your needs, our cemetery offers a wide variety of traditional ground burial, cremation memorialization, and above-ground entombment options. Choosing a final resting spot for yourself or a loved one is an important and emotional decision. Our compassionate and caring team will be there to guide you in making the choice that’s best for you and your family.
Your trusted provider
Rosedale Funeral Home and Rosedale Cemetery are committed to providing you and your family with the best service possible. Please contact us if you need immediate assistance or would like more information about our services.
The first tract of land for Rosedale Cemetery was purchased by John L. Lightner on November 26, 1928. Before it was a cemetery, the land was part of the Dailey Phillips farm. The farm and cemetery were incorporated in 1928 as Rosedale Cemetery Co. According to records, the first burial took place on April 24, 1929.
The funeral home was built in the 1970s, effectively establishing Rosedale Funeral Home and Rosedale Cemetery in the Eastern Panhandle.
Today, we're proud members of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers.