Morse Funeral Home

51 Highland Avenue
Brocton, New York 14716
Chautauqua County
(716) 792-4323

Check with Morse Funeral Home about which type of funeral services and products the funeral home, mortuary or memorial chapel provide at their Brocton, New York location.

Contact the Morse Funeral Home Funeral Director to ensure the services they provide match your personal needs. Call the Funeral Director at (716) 792-4323.

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



The Morse Funeral Home is one of the funeral homes in Brocton, New York. Listed below are other funeral homes, memorial chapels, mortuaries, and funeral service providers in Brocton, New York and Chautauqua County.

Brocton, New York Obituaries and News
Jimmy Page Reveals What Next Led Zeppelin Album Would Have Been July 16, 2015

Kings of Leon's Nathan Followill had the following to say about the show, "I can think of no place I'd rather play New Year's Eve than at home with 100,000 of my closest ... track is taken from Mike Portnoy, Neal Morse, Steve Morse, Dave LaRue and Casey ... (Antimusic)

James McNeill Obituary, 43 July 15, 2015

ARGYLE, New York — A funeral ... July 18 from 12-2 p.m. at the funeral home. Burial will be private and at the convenience of the family. He was born on Dec. 11, 1971 in Framingham, Massachusetts, son of Harold and Cheryl (Morse) McNeill. (Vermont Standard)

Adirondack Town Mystery: Who Stole Marker for a Civil War Photographer? July 05, 2015

In late 2013, the society placed the sign near Brady’s birthplace, beside Route 28, which connects Interstate 87 with North Creek, a year-round Adirondack recreation destination and home ... New York City, where Brady studied under Samuel F. B. Morse ... (New York Times)

Joanne Cecelia Cave June 11, 2015

Joanne Cecelia Cave, 86 years old of Brocton ... will be held at a later date at the convenience of the family. Funeral arrangements were provided by the Morse Funeral Home of Brocton, New York. (Mayville Sentinel News)

Richard A. Caldwell November 13, 2014

A lifelong area resident, Mr. Caldwell was a retired foreman for NRG of Dunkirk, New York. Besides his family, he loved music and his four dogs, Jack, Jill, Lucy and Russell. He was a member of the Fellowship Church of Brocton ... at home; and one sister ... (Observer Today)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Nunda, New York
Never have I been more horrified then watching the behavior of John Mann the funeral director of the Mann Funeral Home Nunda NY He had total disregard for his own family during the visiting hours for his Mothers funeral. His rage and anger at his son for coming to pay his respects to his grandmother was un called for. What a nightmare Mr. Mann caused. very unprofessional
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New York, New York
Mr. Rodney Gibbs, the Director and his staff, were extremely respectful, understanding, and accommodating. I was so impressed by their professionalism, and their efficiency. In today's society, it is a blessing, to have someone treat your unfortunate circumstance with respect and regard, and not as another dollar sign. Thank You Mr. Gibbs,and your staff!!
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Medina, New York
On behalf of 8 daughters and a mother, we want to thank Coopers and Jake Hebdon for the wonderful, very professional services provided. Jake came to the house and picked up my father. From the minute he walked in the door he made my 80 year old very comfortable. We told her he was "Jake from State Farm", she knew that commercial well. Then I found out that I actually worked with his mother and had known all about his career change and adventures in his new career. From that point on he dealt very well addressing questions and answers to my mother instead of all the girls. He answered her questions in a way she understood. She was able to make her own decision with as much time as she needed. She chose cremation but, did not want the ashes at the service. He took our special pictures to the floral shop so flowers could be arranged around them. He also contacted the Veterans associations and set up the arrangements for the military service. He even took some calls throughout the couple days with last minute questions we each had. I am disabled and can not walk or stand for only a few minutes at a time. Cooper's have an elevator which makes it very convenient for anyone with ambulation difficulties. I was able to use a cane instead of a walker or wheelchair because of the elevator convenience. The room was large and our party fit in there nicely. We felt all together. Some funeral homes have 2 small rooms and the people in the back feel separated and blocked off. In those visual ability is poor as well as hearing what people are saying. We were told by a person in attendance that this was the best funeral they have attended. I agree, my 2 brother in laws were allowed to perform the service. The floral shop owner is a long time friend of my parents. Like I said, we appreciate everything they did to make this day easier for us and they succeeded. I would recommend Cooper's Funeral Home to anyone.
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Bronx, New York
RUDE - I just called to ask how to get to the FH by train and the person who answered the phone acted like I was an idiot. Not cool.
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Lima, New York
In contacting this funeral home with regard to the burial of a Veteran, I found them to be very elusive in providnig information to the point that they did not want the American Legion to attend the burial because "there will not be any services". When I told them we just want to pay our respects regardless of the lack of services, I received the same response - "there are not going to be any services - we just drop him off and the Veterans cemetery buries him at their leisure".
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