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You'll find dedicated service to the Roswell community and the highest standards of excellence at Roswell Funeral Home and Greenlawn Cemetery & Mausoleum. The funeral home is the oldest funeral home in Roswell, with a commitment to compassionate care since 1839.
Working together, the funeral home and cemetery allow people in North Fulton County and metropolitan Atlanta the convenience of planning all aspects of a funeral, cremation and burial at sister locations.
- Event Space
- Multicultural Funerals
- Catered Receptions
- Cremation Memorials
- Crematorium On-Site
- Double-Depth Companion Plots
- Flat Markers
- Private Family Estates
- Private Mausoleums
- Upright Headstones
- Veterans Cemetery Section
- Water Feature
Leading the way
Serving Alpharetta, Cumming, John’s Creek, Milton and more, Roswell Funeral Home is a non-denominational mortuary with trusted expertise in personalized funerals and cremations. Our long history of service to the community of Roswell and surrounding areas has made us a prominent name in North Georgia.
We always strive to be at the forefront of industry innovation. To that end, the funeral home is continually updated to meet the needs of modern families.
A place to connect
From our beautiful chapel to our spacious reception spaces, every aspect of Roswell Funeral Home is thoughtfully designed to honor your loved one and the traditions that are important to your family. We help you celebrate life like no other.
Our funeral home facilities encourage communication and socializing, creating opportunity for friends and families to share and remember.
The chapel has a baby grand piano, a state-of-the-art sound system, 6 large monitors and a water feature. We can arrange the space traditionally with rows of chairs or in a more contemporary way with round tables and table linens. Custom services are our specialization—simply tell us what you want.
Personal, custom funeral services
The team at Roswell Funeral Home believes in the healing power of human connection. With each family, we take time to learn about the unique qualities and interests of the person for whom services are being planned. Our compassionate funeral planners understand various cultural and religious practices, and we work to design meaningful services that celebrate life.
Let's start with a story. What did your special someone love? How did he or she live life? We use your memories to design a background for the chapel or a centerpiece for the event room that truly reflects an individual. Whether it's a favorite sports team, a hobby like gardening or a passion for traveling, we take the things that mattered to someone and create a fitting tribute.
Here for you
Regardless of the type of service you seek, our goal is to leave an indelible mark of a life well celebrated. Please contact us for immediate assistance or if you would like more information about our services.
Our funeral home is the oldest in Roswell. Founded in 1839 as Roswell Manufacturing Co., the business originally designed, made and sold caskets. When the company opened a funeral home that 1st year, it began a tradition of compassionate care.
In 1935, Roswell Funeral Home moved from the mill store in which it began and into a more modern facility in historic Roswell Square. The funeral home eventually moved to its current location on Mansell Road in 1989 and partnered with Greenlawn Cemetery.
Today, as members of the Dignity Memorial® network, Roswell Funeral Home and Greenlawn Cemetery & Mausoleum work together to offer a full range of services, plus benefits like advanced funeral planning and grief support.
Greenlawn Cemetery & Mausoleum
Comprising 53 acres in Roswell, Greenlawn Cemetery & Mausoleum is a unique cemetery where well-designed spaces provide truly special tributes to loved ones. The cemetery team maintains the grounds with seasonal landscaping, constantly beautifying the property so that visitors have a welcoming environment in which to reflect on their loved ones' lives.
Our special gardens include a veterans garden for former members of the U.S. armed forces, the Star of David Garden (a Jewish development with upright monuments) and All Saints Garden (a Catholic garden that features a center altar and is home to biannual Catholic ceremonies).
Greenlawn Cemetery & Mausoleum also includes 3 cremation gardens: Lakeside, Waterside and Serenity. These areas host columbaria, niche walls and private cremation estates. Cremation boulders surround a lovely manmade pond and stream. Each inscribed bolder has 2 spaces for holding cremated remains.
Visit for a tour
We invite you to see our lovely cemetery property for yourself. You are welcome to visit anytime or call us to schedule a guided tour.
Both Roswell Funeral Home and Greenlawn Cemetery & Mausoleum strive to uphold the tradition of compassion and excellence that the funeral home began in 1839. To that end, we host events for the community throughout the year and welcome families to hold their own events in our spaces. At Roswell, we value community, and we thank you for being part of ours.
Our Mother’s Day, Memorial Day and Veterans Day events help families remember and honor their loved ones. Lighting in the Park, a Christmas memorial that includes 1,500 glowing luminaries, is 1 of a few religious ceremonies we hold during the year.
As partners in the community, we also participate with several local charities, churches and civic organizations.
"Rosewell funeral home staff, location, service, were very professional, clean, beautiful and fantastic. I will definitely be buried there next to my husband. Grounds are beautiful!"
"Very pleased with everything - mom was truly honored and her life remembered and celebrated!"
"I did not tour cemetary as we already owned vault and had a marker. Before burial we did go out and verify the vault."
"The funeral home took great care of my husband and the service/funeral was beautiful."
"Excellent compassionate, very kind & understanding. Also very expensive we use the cemetery but not the service."