Lindsey-Kocher Funeral Service has provided families in and around Willard, Ohio, with compassion, care and the finest in funeral and cremation services since 1894. We understand the most difficult event in anyone’s life is the loss of a loved one. Grief can be overwhelming, but choosing the right funeral home can ease the burden of funeral planning. Our caring team is here to guide you every step of the way.
- Event Space
- Multicultural Funerals
Custom funerals and memorials
Envision an elegant dinner party in honor of the neighborhood’s favorite hostess, with her trademark recipes prepared and served by our professional catering staff. Imagine a hot rodder’s final cruise-in, with a high-horsepower escort for the funeral coach and keepsake die-cast cars as takeaways. Whatever your wishes, our attentive funeral directors do their professional best to fulfill almost any request.
Choose the style of service that suits you: traditional religious ceremony, funeral with military honors, simple cremation or a no-holds-barred celebration of life. Create the ideal memorial with guidance from our team.
Our interfaith chapel welcomes celebrants of every faith, and flexible reception space adapts to the size and mood of your guest list. And you can let Lindsey-Kocher Funeral Service take care of the food, decor and music, so you can spend more time with loved ones.
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Lindsey-Kocher Funeral Service has a tradition of compassionate care that dates to 1894, making us a pillar of the community we live in. We serve families in the communities of Willard, New Haven, Centerton and Plymouth from our central location in Willard. Please contact Lindsey-Kocher Funeral Service if you need immediate assistance with funeral or cremation arrangements in Willard or if you would like a tour of our funeral home and chapel.
In 1894, Benjamin F. Fink opened a furniture store and funeral home in Willard, Ohio. The Fink family operated the furniture store and funeral home, with the Lindsey family marrying in and helping run operations until 1997, when it became the Lindsey-Kocher Funeral Service. Quiet dignity and personalized service have been hallmarks of the Fink, Lindsey and now Kocher tradition since 1894. We uphold them to this day.