Aycock Funeral Home – Young & Prill Chapel is part of a legacy begun by G. Wade Aycock in 1968, when he opened a funeral home on South Federal Highway in Stuart, Florida.
- Catered Receptions
- Event Space
- Multicultural Funerals
A funeral home like no other
At Aycock Funeral Home – Young & Prill Chapel, your family's satisfaction is our priority, and our professional, caring team goes the extra mile to meet special needs and sentimental requests.
What does that mean exactly? Whether you are seeking a basic cremation with cremated remains scattered at the ocean, a traditional funeral service in our chapel with a graveside service, or a modern celebration of life with favorite music, a personalized menu and a send-off that reflects the personality and passions of yourself or your loved one, we make it happen—and we do it with a level of care and compassion that's uncommon in this world. We believe that every life is unique and that every funeral should be too.
From a butterfly release to buttercream frosting, bluebonnets to blue marble, putters to puppies, if you can imagine it, we can deliver it.
Ready to serve
We are a member of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers. As such, we offer high-quality, compassionate care and service you can trust. We are always here for you, so please call us if you need help planning a funeral or would like to talk about the benefits of planning ahead.
G. Wade Aycock opened Aycock Funeral Home on South Federal Highway in Stuart, in December 1968. A demanding businessman and compassionate funeral professional, he quickly established a reputation for providing the finest funeral, memorial and cremation services around and rapidly expanded up and down the Treasure Coast.
Treasure Coast expansion
His first expansion was into Jensen Beach in 1973. Later, in 1982, Wade opened a third location of Aycock Funeral Home, in Port St. Lucie, on Floresta Drive. 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 got an on-site crematory. Aycock Funeral Home opened a second location in Port St. Lucie, on Bayshore Boulevard 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. A second Stuart location — our location — operates as Aycock Funeral Home – Young & Prill Chapel, about 15 minutes south of the original Stuart location.
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"Staff was outstanding - buffet lunch there was extremely helpful to us. All funeral homes should provide this service."
"Everyone was very professional and courteous."
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"Kept telling my daughter that we still owed them money it took them a week to cremate my husband!"