The loss of a loved one can leave you with a lot of unanswered questions, feelings of stress and anxiety and grief that makes events difficult to handle. The experienced funeral directors at Blackburn-Giegerich-Sonntag Funeral Home will guide you through the aspects of the funeral service with compassion, dignity and respect.
The Blackburn-Giegerich-Sonntag Funeral Home has a heritage of serving our community since 1929. As a full-service funeral and cremation provider, we have seen a change in the traditional funeral service. Funerals and memorials are not only a personal tribute, but also a celebration of life. We strive to make the service personal and unique to your loved one’s life and to honor their memory.
Our honest service and commitment to excellence have served our customers well, and you can rest assured that we can assist you in your time of need. Whether you have come to our site for information about an upcoming service or to make arrangements for one, we hope the information you find here will be helpful.
Our goal is to provide guidance and ease your burden during a difficult time. Our staff is available 24 hours a day to serve you with the respect, dignity and compassion that we would extend to our own family.
The Giegerich Family
Why Choose a Family-Owned Funeral Home?
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After having one funeral, we returned for another, and as always, we were welcomed with open, caring arms - it felt like family taking care of us. Every step was treated beautifully. Thanks Kathy! You put the 'home' in Funeral Home.