Reynolds Funeral Chapel has served families in and around Twin Falls, Idaho, for many decades. As a member of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery providers, we design all of our services to help you through one of the most personal and challenging stages of life.
Our funeral services
We understand losing a loved one is an emotional and difficult experience. We are committed to guiding you through it every step of the way. Whether you wish to arrange a traditional funeral service, are interested in a contemporary celebration of life, plan to have a large gathering or would like a more intimate service, our expert associates will work with you one on one to ensure your personal preferences are honored and family traditions are upheld. What's more, we offer ongoing grief support to those who need it.
Planning in advance
At Reynolds Funeral Chapel, we also recognize that funeral arrangements and associated expenses can feel overwhelming. In addition to assisting during an immediate time of need, our funeral directors specialize in working with families to plan final arrangements in advance. By planning a funeral ahead of time, you provide a sense of relief, peace of mind and comfort for your loved ones while ensuring your wishes are met and your budget is kept. We are here to discuss funeral, cremation, and cemetery options should you wish to do so in advance.
Please contact our dedicated funeral team at Reynolds Funeral Chapel if you need immediate assistance, wish to tour our facility or would like more information about our products and services. We are here for you.
James C. Reynolds went to work for Drake Funeral Home in 1935, and in 1937, he and Jan Reynolds purchased the business, renaming it Reynolds Funeral Chapel. Originally located downtown Twin Falls on 2nd Avenue West, the business moved in 1959 to a new facility at 2466 Addison Avenue East.
In the early 1960s, their son Paul came to work with his father, and in 1984, Paul took over the business operations. After Jim’s passing in 1986, Paul continued to operate the funeral home.
He was a person who loved funeral service and his community, caring for Twin Falls families with compassion. Paul was active in the community through the Magic Valley Hospital Foundation, Kiwanis, Full Gospel Business Men’s Association and St. Edwards Soup Kitchen. He and his wife, Roberta, were members of St. Edward the Confessor Catholic Church in Twin Falls. Paul died in March 2003 after a battle with cancer.
Our funeral home today
Today, our experienced associates carry on the legacy of the Reynolds family. It is our unending promise to honor their commitment to excellence, compassionate care and personalized service to the community and families we serve.