- Catered Receptions
- Event Space
- Monument and Inscription Services
- Multicultural Funerals
Personalized funeral service
Whether you prefer a traditional funeral or memorial service or a personalized celebration of life ceremony, our compassionate and caring staff will be there to help you create a meaningful tribute that reflects your loved one’s passions and individuality. From music to mementos and videos, adding a personal touch to a service can be as simple or elaborate as you desire. We can also assist with any catered receptions with food and refreshments through a 3rd-party caterer.
In addition to our funeral service operation, we also provide a medical transport service and a monument sales and service division to better meet your needs.
We are centrally located in the city of Ogdensburg at 528 Franklin St. and are privileged to provide exceptional service to families in Ogdensburg, Lisbon, Morristown, Heuvelton, Hammond and the surrounding Lawrence County community. Our handicap-accessible facility offers a warm atmosphere and is located on a one-way street to offer additional parking.
For many years, the Fox firm was associated with the Order of the Golden Rule, an association of funeral homes whose purpose was to provide progressive methods in the ever-changing world of funeral service. In 2010, Fox & Murray Funeral Home and Cremation Services joined the Dignity Memorial® network, North America's largest network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers.
All of our services are designed to help you through one of the most personal and challenging stages of life and we are committed to helping you with compassionate, professional and personal service. With the backing of an organization that embraces high-performance standards and promotes continuing education to all staff members in every location throughout the network, you can trust that you and your family will receive the very best of care.
It is our privilege to serve the Ogdensburg community. Please contact us if you need immediate assistance or would like more information about our funeral and cremation services.
When our firm was originally established in 1913, it was operated under the basic principles of compassionate service to area families in their time of need.
The firm’s heritage brings nearly a century of continuous service in the Ogdensburg area, first as McGillis Undertaking Parlor, then McLellan Funeral Home under the ownership of the late Archibald McLellan, followed by Dennis “Ted” McLellan, who continued the operation of the funeral home for many years.
Generations of service
In 1955, the firm was renamed Fox-McLellan Funeral Home under the ownership of the late Charles T. and Dorothy E. Fox. They operated funeral homes in Heuvelton, Lisbon and Hammond, New York. Their son, Richard, joined the firm in 1967 and purchased the business in 1979.
Richard and his partner, Kenneth J. Cole, operated the firm until 1999 when funeral directors Richard and Sandra Fox retired. Mr. Cole retired on disability a short time later. David J. McLellan, the 3rd generation of the McLellan family, assumed the position of licensed manager at the firm.
The funeral home today
With the retirement of the McLellans in 2005, the funeral home’s name was changed to Fox & Murray Funeral Home and is now managed by Patti Murray and her husband, David.
Over the years, additional services were added to the business known today as Fox & Murray Funeral Home & Cremation Services. Today, we are proud to be a Dignity Memorial provider.
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