Gill Funeral Home

308 E Walnut St
Washington, Indiana 47501
Daviess County
(812) 254-5650

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

Contact the Gill Funeral Home Funeral Director to ensure the services they provide match your personal needs. Call the Funeral Director at (812) 254-5650.

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



The Gill Funeral Home is one of the funeral homes in Washington, Indiana. Listed below are other funeral homes, memorial chapels, mortuaries, and funeral service providers in Washington, Indiana and Daviess County.

Washington, Indiana Obituaries and News
Arlington exhibit documents mourning of a nation April 12, 2015

One hundred and fifty years ago on April 14, President Abraham Lincoln, fresh from the Union’s victory in the Civil War, escorted his wife, Mary, to Ford’s Theater in Washington ... Co. in Indiana, said Buss. Four are lent to funeral homes nationwide ... (Delaware County Daily Times)

Gary Slaubaugh April 12, 2015

Gary Eldon Slaubaugh, 70, of Cape Girardeau passed away Saturday, April 4, 2015, at his home. He was born Aug. 9, 1944, in Washington, Indiana, son of Benjamin ... to Good Shepherd Lutheran Chapel. McCombs Funeral Home in Cape Girardeau is in charge ... (Southeast Missourian)

Lincoln’s legacy lives on April 12, 2015

WASHINGTON — In the oak-paneled hush ... In fact, there are four, made by Indiana’s Batesville Casket Co. — one for a museum and the rest sent to funeral homes and others that ask to exhibit them, usually for events around Lincoln’s birthday. (Times-Argus)

Honoring city's black founders April 11, 2015

Latham, 54, says the proposed district would be roughly bounded by South Lafayette Street, East Creighton Avenue, East Jefferson and East Washington boulevards ... but they include two black-owned funeral homes – Ellis Funeral Home at 1021 E. (The Journal Gazette)

‘Lincoln never dies’ — President’s legacy resonates 150 years after his death April 11, 2015

Dave Kloke, of Elgin, Illinois, built this exact replica of the train car that carried Lincoln’s casket along the 1600-mile route from Washington ... by Indiana’s Batesville Casket Co. — one for a museum and the rest sent to funeral homes and ... (The Charleston Gazette)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Sullivan, Indiana
I'd give this place 0 stars if I could. The man running the place is the rudest person I've ever met. He started taking flowers off my Nanny's casket and packing her up while we were still in the funeral home crying. He and his staff made laying my Nanny to rest an absolutely horrible experience.
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Terre Haute, Indiana
The entire staff is exceptional ...They handled this sad time with grace and compassion...thank you.
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Alexandria, Indiana
Owens Funeral Home owner Mike Owens is a very clever man who gains a persons CONFIDENCE, then secretly changes the deal giving himself great advantage. If you must deal with him hire a good probate attorney, if not go to a different funeral home. Be careful he owns three in Alexandria and one in Summitville plus the Alexandria grave yard. I found him to be extremely dishonest and manipulative. I lost several thousand dollars.
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Sharpsville, Indiana
On 12/5/12, I attended Ocie Sear's funeral. I'm not sure if you are aware of this, but as I sat there during the service, I vowed I would let you know. During the service, I became very, very upset with the noise coming from the office area. Do you realize that during Ocie's funeral, your phone rang THREE times. People came in and out multiple times. People were talking loud enough that I could hear their conversations in the service. I find it EXTREMELY disrespectful to the people who are grieving their loved ones. If that's going to be happening, at least shut the double doors!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Brook, Indiana
This was the first funeral home I had been to where I felt the funeral director was only interested in money. Small and not enough seats for everyone. He told me if I was going to stay that I needed to find a seat and sit. I informed him that there were not enough seats. He said there are 2. There were 20 of us standing. He tried to make the daughter of the deceased sit in the back. His "bed side manner" was terrible. He was rude and disrespectful. Telling everyone they needed to get to their cars after the service when they were paying their last respects. There were absolutely no one who lined up cars or even police to direct traffic going to the cemetary. He would speed up to 65 mph and many were left behind. They started the tent before everyone was there or even out of the cars. If you want a funeral home who appears to care for you, I do not recommend this Gerts Funeral Home in Brook, Indiana.
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