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Lawrence Funeral Home Inc

Lawrence Funeral Home Inc in Moulton Alabama offers local funeral services. This Funeral Home is located at 12950 Al Highway 157 in Moulton, AL (Zip 35650). Find information about local funeral services, graveside services, obituaries and death notices. We believe that any information listed on this page about Lawrence Funeral Home Inc is accurate when posted. To get more information about this local Funeral Home and the types of funeral service and products Lawrence Funeral Home Inc provide, call (256) 974-0685.

  • Business name:
    Lawrence Funeral Home Inc
    Address:
    12950 Al Highway 157
    City:
    Moulton
    County:
    Lawrence
    State:
    Alabama
    Zip Code:
    35650
    Phone number:
    (256) 974-0685
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Next generation joins family funeral business in Madison - Beloit Daily News

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Home in Janesville until 1930, but switched to firefighting during the Great Depression after his father died. He returned to his funeral career in 1938 and then merged the business with Fitch-Lawrence Funeral Home in 1955.Ryan left the company a short time later but in 1960 opened a funeral home on King Street in Downtown Madison.Connie, now 80, followed suit in 1966 when, after he got out of the Marines and did a stint tending bar, he opened Ryan Funeral Home. His first service was for Jack Burke, who owned a Lake Mendota supper club that is now Mariner's Inn.Connie's brothers, Pat and Paul, founded Ryan Brothers Ambulance Service out of their father's funeral home on King Street in 1962. The ambulance company, now based on South Park Street, has nearly 100 employees and seven stations in Dane, Rock and Jefferson counties.But Connie focused on the funeral business, an industry that is undergoing many changes.In 1985, cremation was used in 14.9 percent of funerals, according to the Cremation Association of North America. That number rose to 44.4 percent in 2015 and is expected to top 55 percent by 2025, which has cut into the profit margins of funeral homes."We've had to raise our charges," said Roman Ryan, 51, Connie's son and Casey's father. "The time for the work we put into a cremation or a traditional (funeral) is not all that much different. There's some difference but there still a lot of work."Other changes include a rise in advance funeral planning, the arrival of discount funeral homes and the use of technology like websites, online condolences and videos. Green burials, where simple wooden caskets and no concrete vaults are used, are growing in popularity while the face of the funeral director is also changing.According to the National Funeral Directors Association, many mortuary school graduates do not have family members working in funeral service and 60 percent of those who are entering the profession are women. There is also a shortage of funeral directors nationwide."Some guys are really hurting right now," Connie Ryan said. "They can't hire anybody."The Ryans consider their funeral home the longest-running family-owned funeral company in Madison. In 1997, Cress Funeral and Cremation Service purchased Madison's oldest funeral home, Fitch-Lawrence-Sanfillippo Funeral Home, a company that dates back to 1869.Roman Ryan got his start much the way Casey is starting his career. Roman was a constant at the funeral home as a child and in high school began going on death calls with his father."There was never any doubt in my mind that I was going to do it," said Roman Ryan, who started his career in 1989. "That's what I was destined for."He sees opportunity for his son despite the industry changes."He has an extremely down-to-earth personality," Roman said. "He really meshes with people of all ages."___Information from: Wisconsin State Journal, http://www.madison.com/wsj...

Connie Ryan marks 50 years in funeral business and welcomes a fourth generation - Madison.com

Monday, January 23, 2017

Home in Janesville until 1930, but switched to firefighting during the Great Depression after his father died. He returned to his funeral career in 1938 and then merged the business with Fitch-Lawrence Funeral Home in 1955.Ryan left the company a short time later but in 1960 opened a funeral home on King Street in Downtown Madison.Family footstepsConnie, now 80, followed suit in 1966 when, after he got out of the Marines and did a stint tending bar, he opened Ryan Funeral Home at 2114 N. Sherman Ave. His first service was for Jack Burke, who owned a Lake Mendota supper club that is now Mariner’s Inn.Connie’s brothers, Pat and Paul, founded Ryan Brothers Ambulance Service out of their father’s funeral home on King Street in 1962. The ambulance company, now based on South Park Street, has nearly 100 employees and seven stations in Dane, Rock and Jefferson counties.+5 Connie Ryan, standing second from left, grew up in a large family. His father, Paul Ryan, center, got his funeral license in 1925.BARRY ADAMS, badams@madison.comBut Connie focused on the funeral business, an industry that is undergoing many changes.In 1985, cremation was used in 14.9 percent of funerals, according to the Cremation Association of North America. That number rose to 44.4 percent in 2015 and is expected to top 55 percent by 2025, which has cut into the profit margins of funeral homes.“We’ve had to raise our charges,” said Roman Ryan, 51, Connie’s son and Casey’s father. “The time for the work we put into a cremation or a traditional (funeral) is not all that much different. There’s some difference but there still a lot of work.”Other changes include a rise in advance funeral planning, the arrival of discount funeral homes and the use of technology like websites, online condolences and videos. Green burials, where simple wooden caskets and no concrete vaults are used, are growing in popularity while the face of the funeral director is also changing.di...

3 Cleveland-area funeral homes tagged by FTC for violations - Plain Dealer

Monday, September 12, 2016

Three of the 16 were found to be violation-free when test shoppers visited. They are Kindrich-McHugh-Steinbauer Funeral Home in Solon, Lucas Memorial Chapel Inc. in Garfield Heights, and Stroud-Lawrence Funeral Home in Chagrin Falls.Follow Sheryl on Twitter: @consumerwriterOn Facebook: PDConsumerAffairs...

Shirley Jean Gurliacci, 81: Longtime Darien Resident - Patch.com

Monday, July 04, 2016

She is also survived by her two grandchildren Michael T. and Allison B. Gurliacci of Wilton, whom she loved deeply.Friends may call from 5 to 8, p.m., Tuesday, July 5 at the Edward Lawrence Funeral Home, 2119 Post Rd., Darien, Conn. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m., Wednesday.at St. John Roman Catholic Church, 1986 Post Road, Darien. Burial will follow at Spring Grove Cemetery.In lieu of flowers, donations in her name may be sent to the American Diabetes Association, P.O. Box 11454, Alexandria, VA 22312 or800-342-2383.

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