Our goal at C.S. Warthman Funeral Home, Inc. is to provide you the most meaningful service for your loved one. From the moment you call us until the last form is filed for you, we want to make the process as easy and uncomplicated as possible.
We will handle every detail for you, from writing the obituary to providing a check list of things for you to do for yourself and your own peace of mind after the funeral.
We will provide you with many options to make this celebration a truly unique tribute to your loved one. Personalization of the service to meet the religious and social nature of the deceased is of utmost importance to us.
This is a time for you and your family to come together and celebrate the life of someone you loved. When you gather with your friends and relatives, we will be there to guide you through the grieving process. Each of us grieves in a different way. There is no right or wrong way to grieve. We understand that, having been through it ourselves.
Our facility is in the heart of downtown Union City, at 69 North Main Street, a half block from the intersection of state Routes 8 and 97. The original structure was begun in 1878 as the school administration building. In 1912, Marvin Cooper purchased the building and opened the Cooper Funeral Home.
The facility has been updated through the years, and now consists of a large main chapel and viewing area with a corner area for personal DVDs. A smaller, more intimate viewing area with limited accommodations allows for small family gatherings. The children’s area provides a safe, friendly place for children to watch cartoons and children’s programs or draw and play with games. The casket show room with cremation urns and jewelry allows families to personalize their selections and the handicap ramp and large doorways easily allow wheelchair accessibility through the viewing areas.
Come by and see us today and let us help you create a unique and meaningful service for your loved one. We will assist you in any way possible.