Bill Eisenhour Funeral Home in Oklahoma City takes every step to ensure each memorial service we craft reflects the uniqueness of the individual.
- Catered Receptions
- Crematorium On-Site
- Event Space
- Funeral Celebrants
- Multicultural Funerals
Personalized funerals and custom celebrations of life
Your stories and memories inspire our work. Tell us about a lifetime of volunteer service, a prized collection or a passionate pastime. Whether you envision an exhibition for lifetime of achievement awards in our spacious stateroom, or a last BBQ cookout glazed with your family’s secret sauce, we have the professional experience to carry out almost any wish and the flexible reception space to accommodate your guests.
Cremations, traditional funerals and contemporary tributes
Traditional funerals with burial remain a classic choice, as contemporary upbeat Celebrations of Life® grow in popularity. Military funerals honor those who served our country. We also offer cremation, including optional interment of cremated remains. Our talented team of funeral directors work to create custom experiences that guests will remember for a lifetime.
Chapel for all faiths, cultures and backgrounds
Warm and welcoming, our chapel serves guests of all faiths, cultures and backgrounds. Let us take care of the catering so you can spend more time with family and friends. Oklahoma City’s Will Rogers World Airport allows us to welcome guests from all around the world, and we are especially convenient to our neighboring communities of Mustang, Tuttle and Yukon. Please reach out if we may assist with funeral arrangements in Oklahoma City or offer a tour of our chapel. Day or night, it is our pleasure to serve you.
Serving Okies since 1966
Bill Eisenhour founded Bill Eisenhour Funeral Homes and Cremation Centers in Del City, Oklahoma, in 1966. Bill’s brother Harold was already in the funeral profession in Blanchard, Oklahoma, so he purchased a small residence at 5005 Southeast 29th Street and converted it into a funeral home. Bill and Harold’s brother, Lloyd, joined them in what became a family business.
Construction on the 1st chapel
As Eisenhour Funeral Homes grew, so did the need for new facilities. In 1969, they added their first funeral chapel to better serve more families. In 1970, the northeast location was constructed, and they grew to serve more families than any other funeral home in eastern Oklahoma County.
More construction and new crematories
In 1978, the northeast location at 8805 Northeast 23rd Street was completely updated and remodeled, and a new chapel was constructed. A remodel of the southeast location took place in 1982. In 1996, a state-of-the-art cremation and embalming facility was built. Bill Eisenhour Funeral Homes installed the first and only crematory in Eastern Oklahoma County. In 2003, the business added a second crematory.
Sincere care from our team
The Bill Eisenhour family and funeral home team continues the longstanding family tradition of sincere, hometown service to families in central Oklahoma. Today, we’re proud to be a member of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers committed to exceeding expectations with Oklahoma hospitality.