Fishers, Indiana

Shirley Brothers Mortuaries & Crematory-Fishers-Castleton Chapel

Helping Families Connect, Honor & Remember

Shirley Brothers Mortuaries & Crematory-Fishers-Castleton Chapel

9900 N Allisonville Rd.
Indianapolis, IN 46038
317-841-7878
Shirley Brothers Mortuaries & Crematory-Fishers-Castleton Chapel, Funeral Homes, Services, Indianapolis, Indiana

Losing a loved one is a difficult time. Choosing the right funeral home, one that will ease your burdens and help shoulder the responsibilities, can make a world of difference. Shirley Brothers Mortuaries & Crematory in Indianapolis, IN, is an exceptional funeral home whose cremation services and funeral arrangements are simple, stress-free and elegant

Shirley Brothers Mortuaries & Crematory prides itself in its focus on honoring the life of the lost friend or family member. Working alongside you, their funeral planning can include videos and personal websites to help you best remember your loved one at their best. They’re unique among funeral homes because they offer online grief and healing counselors, available 24/7. Whether through online counsel, additional resource material or their 365 Days of Grief Support program, which sends you helpful and affirming messages daily, they do all they can to help you through the process.

This family-owned funeral home was originally founded in 1898. Their experience in funeral arrangements is unparalleled. Over the years, the home has taken on different names and locations, but the family has stayed the same, always desiring to help make the passing of a loved one easier on everyone.

When a friend or family member passes away, it’s important not to close up and shut yourself off from outside help. Spend quality time with those around you, talk about your grief and choose a funeral home that cares about you and will invest in your health and wishes. For more information on Shirley Brothers Mortuaries & Crematory, visit their website, like their page on Facebook or call (317) 897-9606 today.

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