Baldwin-Lee Funeral Home provides superior funeral and memorial services to the people of Rankin County and the Greater Jackson area. We’ve been a leading funeral home in Pearl, Mississippi, since 1929.
- Catered Receptions
- Event Space
- Multicultural Funerals
Our Pearl funeral home
Our spacious facility has a comfortable, home-like atmosphere. We have a chapel that has a traditional and down-to-earth feel with burgundy and wood tones. Baldwin-Lee Funeral Home also has multi-functional event spaces, which can be used for visitations, receptions and other types of events. If you’re interested in holding a funeral at your worship center or another venue, simply let us know and we’ll handle it from there.
Meaningful funerals and tributes
We believe that funerals and memorial services should honor the lives of those being remembered. That’s why we work tirelessly to create meaningful tributes that are personalized in a way that reflects their unique passions and interests. When you come to Baldwin-Lee Funeral Home, our team will work with you to create a truly memorable and unique service that does just that.
In order to further customize your loved one’s memorial service, we offer a variety of options. We can help create a memorial DVD to be played during the funeral service. Many people also choose our customized keepsakes, which are gifts that guests can take home after the service and remember for years afterwards. We also do farewell tributes, such as a balloon release or bagpipe salute.
Whether you choose a traditional or contemporary memorial service, many people choose to also have a reception or family meal. This is a wonderful way to allow family and friends to spend time together sharing memories and comforting one another. We work with licensed, professional caterers to plan a reception or family meal to be served before or after the service for your loved one. You won’t need to go through the hassle of finding a restaurant or caterer, scheduling a reservation or shopping for food and beverages on your own. We can handle everything for a reception, so you can focus on taking care of yourself and your family.
Regardless of the location you choose for your reception, our mission is to make it easy and give you more time to focus on what’s most important during this difficult time. To find out more about our specific options and details on our event space, please ask one of our funeral directors.
The first Baldwin-Lee location originated in 1929 in Jackson, Mississippi. For more than 8 decades, our team at Baldwin-Lee has been providing compassionate and professional funeral services to the people of Pearl, Rankin County and the Greater Jackson area.
Original funeral home and relocations
Our first funeral home, located in Jackson, began with the purchase of the old Hardy Funeral Home on South President Street, which was later relocated to Manship Street. With the acquisition of Adkins Funeral Home in 1972, the Manship Street location moved to Robinson Road in Jackson, where it operated until 2013.
The Pearl funeral home
In 1968, the Baldwin family opened a second location in Pearl, which was the first funeral home in Rankin County. Today, our staff at Baldwin-Lee Funeral Home in Pearl continues our commitment to service excellence. We genuinely care about the families we are honored to serve and our level of dedication is reflected in every service. If you need anything or would simply like to tour our building, please contact us and we’ll be happy to answer any questions you have.
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