Ingram Funeral Home, located in West Salem, Illinois, has provided funeral and cremation services for decades to families in Edwards County. Our caring staff helps honor your loved ones with respect while offering comfort during this difficult time.
A focus on personal service
Locally operated, the staff of Ingram Funeral Home understand the needs of West Salem families and provide experienced guidance and compassion. Our services are all designed to help grieving family and friends begin the journey to healing, while celebrating the life of a loved one.
Every life is unique, and we believe these special qualities should be highlighted in a fitting tribute to memorialize the life they lived. From photographs and keepsakes to food and music, a personalized funeral or memorial service can be as simple or elaborate as you desire. Simply provide the inspiration for the celebration and we’ll take care of all the details—no matter how big or small. We also proudly organize military funeral arrangements for veterans who have served our country.
At our West Salem funeral home, you'll find gathering spaces, including a family room where you can visit, enjoy coffee and reflect with friends and family. For an added convenience, we also work closely with local florists and happily contact them with your requests or coordinate a time for you to place your order in person.
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Planning a funeral or memorial service is a personal experience. Please allow our staff to serve you with the attention you deserve. Whether you have an immediate need or are interested in future planning services, contact us to learn more about our funeral and cremation options in West Salem.
Ingram Funeral Home in West Salem, Illinois, has a rich history helping families with their funeral services. For decades, we have created funeral and cremation options that celebrate life with dignity and respect.
A tradition of care
Our founder, Stanley King, was among the first funeral directors in Allendale, Illinois, and he later purchased the West Salem funeral home from the Busefink family. The Busefinks were in the furniture business in West Salem, operating as both a furniture craftsman and casket maker.
Stanley and his wife, Geneva, served bereaved families in the West Salem area and worked tirelessly to provide the comfort needed. In the 60s, Fred and Fay Ingram and their son and daughter-in-law, Curtis and Dolores, purchased both the West Salem and Allendale funeral homes from the King family, with the intent to continue the history of comfort and care.
Since that time, Curtis and Dolores retired and our West Salem funeral home became part of the Dignity Memorial® network. As a member, we're able to continue our legacy of care and provide the value you expect from a locally operated funeral home. We consider it an honor to serve our community and welcome all families with warmth and compassion.