"Reverence and fidelity to a great moral obligation" has been the Fairchild Sons way since 1883. Into every part and policy of our establishment has gone the fixed purpose of the Fairchild Sons Ideal: our staff and our environment encourage and foster hope, rather than despair, without in any way sacrificing the dignity and respect that a ceremony demands. 

As one walks through the intimate and livable rooms, all preconceived impressions of a funeral home vanish. They are replaced by the comfort that the most trying of human circumstances may here be softened into a dignified and beautiful experience.

Since 1883, Fairchild Sons stands ready to serve when human need is most acute, providing thoughtful expertise, reassurance and comfort amid the most difficult of times.