Victor Thériault opened his first funeral home in Montreal in 1860. He later added a Pointe-St-Charles location and a Verdun location, which became the company’s headquarters. And much later, in 1988, Laurent Thériault Funeral Homes opened in LaSalle. Together, these 3 locations continue to serve families in Montreal’s southwest borough and uphold its founder’s mission to support grieving families and individuals with loving care.
Flexible event space
Facility is available to host your personal events
Celebration of Life center
Facility is designed for personalized funeral celebrations
Flexible chapel space
Our chapel can be used for hosting your religious events
- Coffee lounge
- Catered events
Options to have your personalized celebrations on outdoors on our property
Arrangements by phone and email
complete funeral planning without needing a funeral home visit
Tribute video production
Services available to create a tribute video for the service or obituary from photos and videos.
- Audio and video equipment
- Live music available
- Intimate reception area
space available for corporate and organization meetings
services available to coordinate visitation or viewing at a private residence
- Black car service
Religious & Cultural
- Multicultural funerals
- Incense burning
- Cremation remembrance jewelry
- Cremation viewing suite
- Cremation cemetery options
- Option for home delivery of ashes
- Option for mail delivery of ashes
- Scattering assistance
- French Canadian
We want you to feel confident planning a funeral for yourself or a loved one. Here are some of the unique benefits we offer to help relieve your family of emotional and financial burdens.
National plan transferability
Personal Planning Guide
Free online obituary
Experts in honoring veterans
Away from home protection
Celebration of life
Compassion help line
100% Dignity Service Guarantee
Trusted funeral services
Our de l'Église Street funeral home is near several parishes and close to the Notre-Dame-des-Sept-Douleurs church, and we serve all faiths. It has flexible spaces for services both small and large, as well as plenty of room to gather before or after a service with family and friends.
Funeral service options have evolved in our many decades in business, but Laurent Thériault Funeral Homes’ commitment to our community is unchanged. You can expect Laurent Thériault’s team of professionals to patiently and knowledgeably guide you through a difficult time, from choosing basic services to exploring personalized options that celebrate a life in a unique way.
We take the time to listen and understand what was important to the person you loved and design a funeral or memorial that truly reflects his or her life.
Whether you are seeking a basic with a champagne toast, a full with a cemetery burial and a catered reception, or a creative outdoor celebration complete with live music, favorite foods, and mementos, we take care of every detail.
Still a family-run business
Backed by the traditions of 5 generations of Thériaults, Laurent Thériault Funeral Homes is a member of the Dignity Memorial® network. That means you get not only the warm, familiar attention you expect from a locally operated business, but also the value you deserve by way of the largest network of funeral, burial, cremation and service providers in North America.
Since 1860, Laurent Thériault Funeral Homes has provided fine funeral and cremation services to Montreal’s Southwest borough.
Victor Thériault opened his first funeral home in Pointe-Saint-Charles. He later added a Verdun location, which became the company’s headquarters. More than 100 years after establishing themselves as trusted funeral care providers, the Thériault family opened a third location, in LaSalle, in 1988.
Five generations of Thériaults—Victor, Laurent, Irénée, Laurent, Sylvain and Daniel—have served their community, navigating changing traditions with continual innovation.
Through the years, Laurent Thériault Funeral Homes has cared for celebrities such as Monsignor Conrad Chaumont, Monsignor Richard (parish priest of Notre-Dame des Sept-Douleurs), Monsignor Joseph Charbonneau (ex-archbishop of Montreal) and cardinals Paul-Émile Léger and Paul Grégoire.
Today, Laurent Thériault Funeral Homes is a member of the Dignity Memorial® network, the largest group of licensed funeral service providers in North America.