Hodges Funeral Chapel

3520 Tamiami Trail North
Naples, Florida 34103
Collier County
(239) 261-1237

Check with Hodges Funeral Chapel about which type of funeral services and products the funeral home, mortuary or memorial chapel provide at their Naples, Florida location.

Contact the Hodges Funeral Chapel Funeral Director to ensure the services they provide match your personal needs. Call the Funeral Director at (239) 261-1237.

If there is a religious preference, make sure that Hodges Funeral Chapel can accommodate your religious practices before, during and after the funeral ceremony and at any graveside service.



The Hodges Funeral Chapel is one of the funeral homes in Naples, Florida. Listed below are other funeral homes, memorial chapels, mortuaries, and funeral service providers in Naples, Florida and Collier County.

Naples, Florida Obituaries and News
Orlando GoFundMe campaign gets donations from over 92,000 people June 15, 2016

The money will be used to help pay for things like funeral arrangements ... but also bring their loved ones back home if they need," Ida Eskamani told CNNMoney on Wednesday. Eskamani is a member of Equality Florida -- the group that started the GoFundMe ... (ABC7)

Henry A. McKean June 13, 2016

Henry Anthony McKean, 88, died June 11, 2016, in Naples, Florida. A lifelong resident of Shohola ... Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, June 17, at Stroyan Funeral Home, 405 W. Harford St., Milford. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at ... (Pocono Record)

Mildred Meronoff June 10, 2016

... p.m. at the Steel & Wolfe Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc., 380 Penco Road, Weirton, WV where the funeral and committal services will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. with Gregory Ontko, an elder in the Naples, FL congregation presiding. Burial ... (The Herald-Star)

Gloria J. Hodges June 08, 2016

Hodges, 69, of Cleveland died Wednesday, June 1, 2016, at her home. Visitation will take place from 2-5 p.m., followed by family hour from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Friday, June 10, 2016, at Brinson Funeral Home ... two god-daughters, Florida McKay (Hosie) and ... (bolivarcommercial.com)

Graveyard wines of Californian diocese commended June 07, 2016

In 2014 a funeral parlour in Florida has opened an on-site wine cellar in order to offer mourners “a different way to grieve”. Hodges Funeral Home in Naples, Florida, was the first of its kind in the US to offer wine tastings during its services. (thedrinksbusiness.com)


Featured Blogs

"Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal. From an Irish headstone"- Richard Puz, The Carolinian You've been asked to deliver the Eulogy at your loved ones funeral. Where do you begin? Start with the purpose and definition of a eulogy. A eulogy is a short speec...

Read More...


The stages of grief are well known. Denial Anger Bargaining Depression Acceptance It's helpful to know the stages if you've lost a loved one through death. Understanding the stages assists in healing and is beneficial in understanding that the feelings you may be experiencing are normal. Some pe...

Read More...


Funeral Home Reviews
Ocala, Florida
Cunningham's took care of my mother's arrangements. I was pleased and impressed with the level of care and professionalis from the staff. Everyone was wonderful. The facilities are exceptional.
Posted:

Jacksonville, Florida
The experience I had with this funeral home was unsatisfactory. There return calls when left message was poor. There was no communication between the employees.
Posted:

Bonifay, Florida
I cannot recommend this funeral home at all. The older gentleman who runs it has zero compassion. He talked about how he didn't like the job, couldn't wait to retire, showed off his new watch. The thing that really still bothers me is at the cemetery he was standing behind the navy guard handing me a flag with paperwork in hand, I don't remember the navy mans speech as I was being distracted by this sims guy leaning over his shoulder waiting for him to get done. The minute the guard handed me the flag and left there was this man handing me a flag holder and thanking me for my business. My daughter had broken down on my shoulder when the flag was presented, and I couldn't even comfort her because this guy was in such a rush to get out of there, I had to u hug my daughter to accept the paper work. Everyone noticed but because of the situation didn't intercede. It was appealing, and that's the memory Of my husbands service I'm stuck with. I had to leave the room several times during the planning stage because of his insensitivity, and let my sister speak for me. I looked a headstones there but was so mad at this man I decided to choose one later, and I'm glad I did. I went to wire grass memorial for the headstone and was quoted a price two and a half times cheaper and nicer then the one sims quoted me. I highly recommend speaking to wiregrass memorial before going to sims. They don't do the service but can tell you who is good or not.
Posted:

Sanford, Florida
Lousy ! ALWAYS A TURN OVER OF SALES REPS OR ANY EMPLOYEE! They come and go. Not compassionate at all!
Posted:

Jacksonville, Florida
I can only speak for my own personal experience; our family member died unexpectedly and penniless. Unfortunately, we had to go thru the indigent program for our family member's end of life plans. --This mortuary treated us like less than second class citizens and worthless bums. -- They didn't return phone calls in a timely manner, if at all. Treated us as if they were personally doing us a favor. Paid nearly no attention to details. No empathy, concern or even the slightest bit of professionalism exhibited by the pretentious undertaker who was very aloof and uncaring as well as the administrative assistant who was just down right rude and very defensive and acted as if we were bothering her or taking up her time. -- The mortuary itself, is smelly, dirty and extremely out-dated.
Posted: