Healy-Hahn Funeral Home has served families in Millvale and the surrounding communities for more than a century. Although much has changed in our city in that time, we remain committed to providing affordable and personal funeral and cremation services. Our Pittsburgh funeral home staff is experienced with most religious and cultural funeral customs and welcomes families from all walks of life.
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Services that meet your needs
Planning a funeral can seem overwhelming. We understand this feeling and will guide you every step of the way. Our funeral directors will listen to your needs, ideas and stories, and plan a tribute that celebrates life with dignity and respect, whether at the time of need or when planning ahead. With a range of products and services both traditional and contemporary, Healy-Hahn Funeral Home works with your family’s preferences and budget.
We honor veterans
At Healy-Hahn Funeral Home, we understand the unique needs of America’s veterans and their families. As a Level Three Founding Community Partner with We Honor Veterans, the funeral home has a staff who knowledgeable about the benefits available to veterans and their families. With respect, integrity and dignity, we will walk you through the steps of creating a veteran's memorial service that truly honors the life and sacrifice of your loved one.
Local, personal care
As a locally operated funeral home, we take great pride in supporting the Pittsburgh community. Our staff consists of local residents who know the area well and participate in community organizations. They are your friends and neighbors.
Please come by or contact us to learn more about personalized funeral and cremation services. Healy-Hahn Funeral Home serves families of all faiths, backgrounds and religions, and we are proud to be a member of the Dignity Memorial® network.
Established in 1907 as Charles Anderson Funeral Home, Healy-Hahn Funeral Home has a long history of compassionate funeral care in the greater Pittsburgh area. Through the decades, the funeral home has seen several iterations, carrying the names Eugene Madden Funeral Home and Walter M. Healy Funeral Home. In 1980, we became known as Healy-Hahn Funeral Home, which is how the community knows us today. We are currently located in a two-story red brick building on Grant Avenue—the site of the former E.J. Pfeifer Funeral Home.