Meyer Funeral Home

317 West Saint Louis Street
Lebanon, Illinois 62254
Saint Clair County
(618) 537-2769

Check with Meyer Funeral Home about which type of funeral services and products the funeral home, mortuary or memorial chapel provide at their Lebanon, Illinois location.

Contact the Meyer Funeral Home Funeral Director to ensure the services they provide match your personal needs. Call the Funeral Director at (618) 537-2769.

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



The Meyer Funeral Home is one of the funeral homes in Lebanon, Illinois. Listed below are other funeral homes, memorial chapels, mortuaries, and funeral service providers in Lebanon, Illinois and Saint Clair County.

Lebanon, Illinois Obituaries and News
Karen Meyer July 10, 2014

DeLAND – Karen Ann Meyer, 75, of DeLand died at 5:14 p.m. Wednesday (July 9, 2014) at Carle Foundation Hospital, Urbana. Funeral arrangements were incomplete at Calvert Funeral Home, 301 Illinois Ave., DeLand. (The News-Gazette)

Orrin Meyers July 05, 2014

Meyers, 70, of Milan, passed away Saturday, July 5, 2014, at UnityPoint Health-Trinity Rock Island. In accordance with Orrin's wishes, no services are planned. Arrangements are entrusted to Wheelan-Pressly Funeral Home ... they won the Illinois State ... (Quad Cities Onlines)

Pravyn Lance McBride-Meyer July 04, 2014

Pravyn Lance McBride-Meyer, also lovingly known as "Poppa Bear", "Pra-Pra" and "Dewt", age 2, of 714 Adams, Quincy, died Wednesday, July 2, 2014, at 10 a.m. in Children's Hospital in St. Louis, Mo. Pravyn was born May 3, 2012, in Quincy, Illinois ... (Hannibal Courier-Post)

George L. Tibbitts, 92, Reedsburg June 30, 2014

Survivors include his wife, Carol; sons, Earl (Sue) of Waukesha, Dean (Christiana) of Charlotte, North Carolina, Dennis of Rockford, Illinois ... of Lebanon, Pennsylvania and Joseph at the King Veterans Home; brother-in-law, Victor Meyer of Beeville ... (WisNews)

Philip P. Meyer June 18, 2014

Meyer, 70, Wonder Lake, died Thursday, June 19, 2014, at his home. He was born June 25, 1943, to Fred and Bessie (Tripp) Meyer in Libertyville. On Oct. 6, 1963, he married Martha L. Page. He was a veteran of the Illinois ... and funeral were June 24 ... (The Woodstock Independent Newspaper)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Pleasant Hill, Illinois
Our family has been taken care of by this funeral home for 40 years or more and we've never had a complaint. Mr. Lummis makes the entire ordeal easier and helps with so many of the minute details.
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Chenoa, Illinois
The sympathy flowers where more beautiful than on the picture. Very fresh and the arrangement was just wonderful. I would buy from this store any time again with confidence. Thanks for your outstanding and friendly service.
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Dwight, Illinois
I tried to leave a condolence message for the Bennington family, but could only find where I could leave a card for $6.90. I will try later, but was disappointed that I couldn't since we will be out of town for the service.
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Chicago, Illinois
I am writing on behalf of the family of deceased, Larry S Edwards. I came to Chicago, from Ohio, to attend the funeral of Larry Edwards. I accompanied my family to your facility to help with the arrangements for Larry's funeral, on several occasions. I just wanted to tell you how impressed we were with the professionalism of your entire staff. With so much involved with the loss of a loved one and then having to plan a funeral, it was so comforting to walk into your offices and leave feeling as if the funeral was one less thing we had to stress about. We felt that Gatlings would take care of not only our loved one, but our family as well. The staff at Gatlings did exactly that. Your drivers were always on time and courteous. Your entire staff were extremely well dressed. Your facility was immaculate and all of your workers were very well organized. They were also very patient, especially at the end of the funeral when everyone was saying their goodbyes to loved ones, your driver said for us to take as long as we needed. Your drivers assisted everyone in and out of the cars, they drove as if they were carrying precious cargo. We never felt rushed or as though we were an inconvenience in any way. Your office staff were extremely patient with my family members. We made several changes to the obituary after the draft had been printed. Your staff continually told us, 'We are here to do whatever you need, we'll take care of you.' Our loved one, Larry Edwards, had been very sick for a very long time. When we viewed the body, everyone kept saying how peaceful he looked and what a wonderful job Gatlings had done. We cannot thank you enough for taking care of our loved one and our family. By the time our experience with Gatlings came to an end, we felt as though we had gained a new family. Please share this letter with your employees. I want them to know how very much they are appreciated. The family of Larry S. Edwards
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Eureka, Illinois
My friend wanted a simple no frills send off. Well I suppose that is exactly what she recieved. Parked in a corner of the basement (as in concret floor, pipes and crummy walls). She was a beautiful woman that could at times be excentric in her style. You would never have guessed that by the plane sheet that covered her. The array of headstones that were in the other corner were a nice touch, all that was missing were some spiderwebs and an errie tape in the back ground. There was not even a place to pray! I know that money plays a part, and that some people want simple but this was disrespectful. If they would donate a corner for the poor I would be willing to decorate it in memory of my friend, so no one elses family has to say good bye in such deplorable conditions.
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