Cincinnati, Ohio

Meyer & Geiser Funeral Home

Meyer & Geiser Funeral Home

4989 Glenway Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45238
(513) 921-4144
Meyer & Geiser Funeral Home, Cremation, Services, Cincinnati, Ohio

Meyer & Geiser Funeral Home has been helping families in Cincinnati, OH, bid a peaceful farewell to their loved ones for more than a century.

Five generations of the Meyer and Geiser family have earned the establishment a solid reputation for delivering compassionate and quality funeral services. Current owners Terry and her son, Chris, have a combined 71 years of experience, and both are readily available to help any family with questions about funeral planning or arrangements.

Their caring staff of funeral directors offers easy planning services, and will meet with you to discuss pre-planning your own funeral, arranging a loved one’s funeral or cremation, or any of the funeral home’s other services. Meyer & Geiser Funeral Home realizes that few people are ever fully prepared to deal with a family member’s loss, so one of their funeral directors will be there to assist you through every step of the funeral planning process. From selecting a casket or urn to writing an obituary, someone will be there to help with an understanding word and a compassionate mindset.

Not everyone prefers a traditional service, which is why Meyer & Geiser Funeral Home also offers memorial services respecting different religions, customs, and special requests. These professionals have enough experience to appreciate that every family grieves differently, and offers grief resources to not only their clients but to the community as well. Simply speak with one of the caring funeral directors on staff during your consultation.

For more information about how Meyer & Geiser Funeral Home can help make your funeral arrangements simple and beautiful, call (513) 921-4144 or visit them online today. Experience compassionate funeral services, from their family to yours. 

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