Onalaska, Wisconsin

Fossum Funeral Home

Fossum Funeral Home

510 2nd Ave S
Onalaska, WI 54650
Fossum Funeral Home, Funeral Homes, Services, Onalaska, Wisconsin

When it comes to choosing a funeral home for a loved one, you want a name you can trust and rely. For La Crosse and Trempealeau County, WI, residents, Fossum Funeral Home provides the care your loved ones deserve. Since 1926, their licensed directors have been helping customers celebrate the lives of their loved ones and lay them to rest with the utmost compassion and dedication. Their professional and loving staff take pride in giving high-quality, affordable funeral services that meet the special needs of your family.

Between helping you and your family grieve and assisting with the planning of the funeral services, Fossum Funeral Home will be the only business you need during this difficult time, and they also offer traditional Christian funeral services, cremations, memorials, website creation, and grief and healing assistance.

Losing a loved one can be challenging and stressful for everyone involved, not only emotionally but from a planning perspective as well. While allowing yourself time to grieve, you’ll want to hand off some of the funeral planning to the professionals. Choosing a funeral home with enough experience will help to ensure your loved one will be treated with respect and dignity.

Losing a loved one is never easy, but the staff at Fossum Funeral Home, in Onalaska, WI, can guide you toward planning a celebration of lives lived, helping everyone cope with their loss. Their caring directors are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and are committed to serving your needs. Call their staff at (608) 783-9777 today, or visit them online for more information.

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