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Stith Funeral Home in Danville was started in 1926 by Jack A. Stith. At that time, it was located on Main street. In 1938, he built the funeral home building where it stands now. It was one of the first two buildings in Kentucky built as a funeral home and is now the oldest remaining.
We want our Danville location to feel like home. It is currently run by AnnYager McCrosky, the fourth generation to work in the business. There are no pews in the Chapel and we can arrange our tables and chairs in any way you wish. The front sitting room, foyer, and family room in the back are all decorated for the comfort of families and guests.
Refreshments are allowed all over the home. There is no “lounge” because the entire funeral home is a lounge where we want people to feel at ease. The Danville Chapel seats about 90.
Junction City Location
Stith acquired the Junction City location in 2006 from a previously occupying church. It has been wonderful to watch families who wanted a church service to gravitate towards it. This location is currently undergoing renovations and upgrades to bring it to the level of comfort and modernity that we strive for.
One of the best features of the Junction City location, aside from the large sanctuary, is the spacious family center in the back of the building. Our Junction City location is the largest funeral home in a five-county area, seating almost 250-450.
We will always protect the dignity of the deceased.
In our funeral homes, we believe in protecting the dignity of the deceased. Our hearse always pulls into the garage and away from the public eye. Our embalming room has two key-coded locks so that no door can accidentally be left open. We even ensure that no one is ever left in the dark by always keeping a light on in the chapel.