After successfully establishing 2 funeral homes under the Aycock Funeral Home network on Florida's Treasure Coast, G. Wade Aycock opened a third location on Floresta Drive in Port Saint Lucie in 1982. Here, we continue to serve area families with funeral and cremation services. We're here for you with a compassionate, caring and professional approach.
- Catered Receptions
- Funeral Celebrants
- Multicultural Funerals
Your community funeral home in Port St. Lucie
Centrally located, Aycock Funeral Home is also easily accessed from I-95 and Florida's Turnpike. Our well-appointed funeral home is welcoming and comfortable. We are particularly proud of our chapel, which has a solar garden that provides lots of natural light and showcases Florida's beautiful foliage to create a peaceful retreat.
We host catered receptions in our Signature Memories® event room and encourage families to decorate the room in a way that reflects the personality and passions of their loved one. To serve the changing needs of our community, we also opened the "Aycock At Tradition" life celebration center in Port Saint Lucie.
Life well celebrated
The warm, compassionate staff at Aycock Funeral Home is experienced in most religious and ethnic customs, as well as military and fraternal organization protocols. We know that losing a loved one can be a difficult and emotional experience. We are committed to meeting your service expectations, whether you choose a traditional funeral with a cemetery burial or a cremation with an ocean scattering.
We are affiliated with Aycock Funeral Home locations in Jupiter, Stuart, Jensen Beach and Fort Pierce, as well as another Port Saint Lucie location. Fernhill Memorial Gardens & Mausoleum in Stuart, Hillcrest Memorial Gardens in Fort Pierce and Riverside Memorial Park in Tequesta are our local affiliated cemeteries. As a member of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers, Aycock Funeral Home can also provide transfers to other states and National Transferability of Prearranged Services. Please contact us if you need immediate assistance, would like more information about planning ahead or want a tour of our building.
G. Wade Aycock opened Aycock Funeral Home in Stuart on South Federal Highway in December 1968. A businessman and compassionate funeral professional, he quickly established a reputation for providing fine funeral, memorial, burial and cremation services.
Treasure Coast expansion
His first expansion was into Jensen Beach in 1973. Later, in 1982, Wade opened a third location of Aycock Funeral Home on Floresta Drive in Port Saint Lucie. Aycock-Riverside Funeral and Cremation Center opened in Jupiter in 1987. The fifth Aycock Funeral Home was added to the grounds of Hillcrest Memorial Gardens in Fort Pierce in 1996. Along the way, the original Stuart location also built an on-site crematory. Aycock Funeral Home opened a second location on Bayshore Boulevard in Port Saint Lucie in 1995. It combined operations with Roger L. Byrd – Port St. Lucie Funeral Home in 2004 and is now known as Aycock Funeral Home – Byrd, Young & Prill Chapel. In addition, a second Stuart location operates as Aycock Funeral Home – Young & Prill Chapel, about 15 minutes south of the original Stuart location.