Bristol, Connecticut

Dunn Funeral Home

Dunn Funeral Home

191 West St
Bristol, CT 06010
(860) 583-9219
Dunn Funeral Home    , Funeral Homes, Services, Bristol, Connecticut

To find your way through the aftermath of losing a loved one, you deserve a team of compassionate professionals to guide you through this difficult time. Dunn Funeral Home of Bristol, CT, can partner with you to plan services, make necessary arrangements, and personalize the tribute for your late friend or relative.

Since its start, the funeral home has been a family-operated and locally owned company with a community focus. Dunn Funeral Home is honored to serve the people of Bristol with dependable, comprehensive funeral arrangements tailored to each family’s wishes. Their services include cremation, casket selection, traditional and contemporary funeral options, and home arrangements. You can also provide a virtual guestbook and order flowers and gifts directly from their website.

If you’re planning for the future and looking to pre-arrange your own funeral needs, Dunn Funeral Home will help. This will ensure that you can design the funeral service you desire while easing the burden on your loved ones down the line. Furthermore, you can take advantage of today’s prices and lock down your family’s expenses sooner.

Dunn Funeral Home’s commitment to excellence begins from the moment you contact the company. The team welcomes your calls at any time on any day of the week. If you would like to visit in person, a team member will show you around the facility. In a difficult time for you and your family, director Jeffrey F. Meyer and the entire staff will make your needs their top priority.

If you would like to learn more about the services of Dunn Funeral Home, call them at (860) 583-9219, or visit their website.

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