Pine Crest Funeral Home and Pine Crest Cemetery have served families in and around Mobile, Alabama, since the early 1900s. Located on Dauphin Island Parkway, off Interstate 10 and adjacent to Brookley Air Force Base, this funeral home and cemetery also serve communities on the east side of the bay, including Spanish Fort, Daphne and Fairhope.
- Catered Receptions
- Event Space
- Crematorium On-Site
- Multicultural Funerals
Our comfortable funeral home
Pine Crest Funeral Home is a welcoming space, with plenty of natural light, comfortable furnishings and soft, soothing colors.
With seating for up to 150 guests, the funeral home chapel includes a state-of-the-art audiovisual system with multiple television screens and CD/DVD capabilities. A large floor-to-ceiling window behind the chapel altar provides a sunny backdrop for daytime services. The space may also be used as a reception space.
The funeral home also has 2 parlors for visitations, family gatherings or catered receptions. The larger parlor accommodates 25 to 30 guests and can be sectioned off into 2 smaller rooms. The smaller, more intimate parlor accommodates 15 to 20 guests.
Pine Crest Funeral Home also has a coffee lounge and ample parking.
Heritage House is a building separate from the funeral home that can also be used for receptions and catered events. It has a kitchen and can hold groups as large as 60.
Full range of funeral services
All of our services—funeral, memorial and cremation options—are designed to help you through one of the more personal and challenging stages of life. We understand that losing a loved one is an emotional and difficult experience, and we are committed to providing compassionate, professional care.
Our team works with you one on one to create a funeral or memorial as unique as your loved one. From slideshows and photo displays to themed decor, elaborate floral arrangements and more, the personalization options are truly endless.
Here for you
It is our honor to serve you. Please contact us if you need immediate assistance planning a funeral or wish to tour the funeral home. We are always here for you.
Pine Crest Cemetery was founded in Mobile by the Luce family. The 1st burial took place there in 1906. The Luces owned and operated the cemetery for many decades, finally selling the business in 1987.
Over the years, Pine Crest's commitment to the community evolved to meet a growing demand for services. As a result, Pine Crest Funeral Home opened on the cemetery property in March 1994.
Today, Pine Crest Funeral Home and Pine Crest Cemetery are members of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers.
Pine Crest Cemetery
Established in 1906, Pine Crest Cemetery comprises 150 acres of gently rolling hills. The full-service cemetery offers a wide selection of burial options among large oak trees and tranquil waterways, including traditional in-ground burial, lawn crypts, bench estates and more.
Chapel of the Pines mausoleum is a beautiful indoor option for above-ground entombment and cremation interment in glass-front and bronze-front niches. Outside the mausoleum, there are granite-front niches that can be engraved. Tranquil Oaks is a space for reflection outside the mausoleum. It has a fountain and cremation benches. Pine Road Estates was developed for private built-to-suit mausoleum entombment.
Photos convey a lot, but we invite you to visit the cemetery to see it for yourself. If you would like a guided tour of the cemetery property, please call us.
Honoring veterans and public servants
Our unwavering commitment at Pine Crest Funeral Home and Pine Crest Cemetery is to serve families of all backgrounds, cultures and faiths. We also specialize in serving the veterans community of Mobile County, including homeless vets. We participate in the Homeless Veterans Burial Program, a cooperative effort with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, local medical examiners, coroners, veterans advocates and veterans organizations to provide homeless and indigent veterans who have no family with proper military burials.
We also participate in the Dignity Memorial® Public Servants Program, which offers no-cost funeral services for career and volunteer law enforcement officers, firefighters and emergency services personnel who die in the line of duty.
Pine Crest Funeral Home and Pine Crest Cemetery is an integral part of the Mobile community. We think it is important to bring people together throughout the year. Our Easter sunrise service brings more than a dozen local pastors and 100s of guests. During the holiday season, we invite the public to a remembrance service. A local pastor conducts a beautiful chapel ceremony, and Santa Claus usually brings the fun. All guests are invited to place ornaments on our tree in memory of their loved ones.