Front exterior building and signage at Quattlebaum Funeral, Cremation and Event Center

Funeral and cremation

Quattlebaum Funeral, Cremation and Event Center

How may we help you?

Quattlebaum Funeral, Cremation and Event Center provides West Palm Beach with funeral and celebration of life services to people of all faiths and cultures with compassion and integrity. Founded in 1955, Quattlebaum Funeral, Cremation and Event Center is integral to the community, and the Quattlebaum family upholds a strong legacy of professional, quality and compassionate care.

Amenities

  • Catered Receptions
  • Event Space
  • Chapel
  • Multicultural Funerals

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Our welcoming Florida funeral home

Lobby at Quattlebaum Funeral, Cremation and Event CenterQuattlebaum Funeral, Cremation and Event Center welcomes you with a well-lit, contemporary lobby with light, neutral colors and expansive windows. Modern furniture, hardwood floors, large-screen televisions—both in the lobby and the gathering rooms—are amenities that help you feel comfortable.

We can hold funeral and memorial services in 3 different rooms within our building, accommodating 50 to 200 people depending on your needs. All are flexible spaces arranged with round tables and chairs, which encourages friends and family to interact and exchange stories and memories of your loved one.

This arrangement also allows visitation, funeral services and receptions to all be held in the same space. The spaces all have audio-visual systems for music, video and personalized multimedia tributes (which we are happy to create for you, along with a commemorative photo book). If you have another type of event, these spaces are also available to the community for other events—from business meetings to class reunions.

Let's celebrate life together

Lobby at Quattlebaum Funeral, Cremation and Event CenterA unique life deserves a unique tribute, and customizing a funeral or memorial is our specialty. We start with a story. When you meet with a funeral director to discuss the details of the service, we will ask about your memories of your loved one and discover their passions and interests.

Through this process, we can help you decide the details that make a difference: from the color of the tablecloths, to photo and memento displays. To celebrate a life, we might bring in sand and shells for your aunt who loves the ocean. We might stack up favorite books and give out bookmarks to honor your librarian dad. Flowers arranged in boots instead of vases and seed packets as mementos could honor your gardener grandfather.

However you choose to celebrate your loved one, we’re here to help you create something special.

Jewish funerals for West Palm Beach

Quattlebaum Funeral, Cremation and Event Center is located in the former space of I.J. Morris Funeral Directors, and just as the previous funeral home did, we provide Jewish funerals according to Jewish law. Our funeral directors are well-versed in the modest, solemn religious traditions of Jewish funerals. We also understand that each Jewish person is their own individual, and we know how to incorporate the more modern requests of contemporary families.

Additional services

In addition to planning and hosting funerals and memorials for people of all walks of life, Quattlebaum Funeral, Cremation and Event Center offers a wide selection of casket, urn or other memorialization options and delivers quickly. If you are considering cremation, including a witnessed cremation, we'd be honored to make the arrangements.

History

Founded in July 1955 by G. Earl Quattlebaum, along with W. Joe Holleman and Aubrey A. Burse, Quattlebaum Funeral, Cremation and Event Center began a legacy of hard work, careful listening and attention to detail.

After more than 50 years in the same location, Quattlebaum moved into its current location on Okeechobee Boulevard, formerly I.J. Morris Funeral Directors, a predominantly Jewish funeral provider. Since the move, the funeral home has undergone extensive renovation and updates. We'll continue to be here for you in the years to come.


 

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