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Funeral and cremation

Schmidt Dhonau Kucner Funeral Home

How may we help you?

With 2 locations just minutes apart, Schmidt Dhonau Kucner Funeral Home was founded in 1932 by Andrew J. Schmidt. We uphold the same tradition of fine funeral services he started back then.

Over the years, Greater Cincinnati families have come to depend on us for a full range of compassionate care—from memorial planning to grief counseling, caskets to monuments, catering to cemetery services. Our experienced team can handle just about any request. Our Reading and Sharonville locations offer convenience for residents of Sharon Woods, Evendale, Lincoln Heights, Arlington Heights and more.

Amenities

  • Catered Receptions
  • Chapel
  • Funeral Celebrants

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Special funeral services

At Schmidt Dhonau Kucner Funeral Home, we specialize in memorial services that reflect the lives they honor, and we take the time to get to know what was important to your loved one. Then, we set about helping you tell a story with a ceremony that captures a person's essence.

Maybe it's a full, traditional funeral that incorporates certain religious methods and customs. Perhaps it's a simple cremation with a scattering in a personally meaningful place. More and more, it's a full-on celebration with live music, favorite foods, personalized take-aways and a send-off that reflects a passion. Whatever the wish, we deliver.

Call or visit us

As a member of the Dignity Memorial® network, Schmidt Dhonau Kucner Funeral Home gives you not only the warm, familiar attention you expect from a locally operated business in the Cincinnati area, but also the value you deserve by way of the largest network of funeral, burial, cremation and cemetery service providers in North America.

Find out how we celebrate a life like no other. Call or come by for immediate help planning a funeral or guidance for our plan-ahead options.

History

Signage at Schmidt Dhonau Kucner Funeral HomeAndrew J. Schmidt founded what is now Schmidt Dhonau Kucner Funeral Home in Reading in 1932. He opened the business on Walnut Street and later moved it to our present location, 8633 Reading Road.

By 1959, Andrew was ready to expand his business, so he purchased the property at 10980 Reading Road in Sharonville and opened a 2nd funeral home.

Today, both the Reading and Sharonville locations are members of the Dignity Memorial network, the largest network of funeral, burial, cremation and cemetery service providers in North America.

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