Northwest Funeral Chapel

6630 W Hampton Avenue
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53218
Milwaukee County
(414) 462-6020

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

Contact the Northwest Funeral Chapel Funeral Director to ensure the services they provide match your personal needs. Call the Funeral Director at (414) 462-6020.

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

The Northwest Funeral Chapel is one of the funeral homes in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Listed below are other funeral homes, memorial chapels, mortuaries, and funeral service providers in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Milwaukee County.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin Obituaries and News
Dorothy Blink October 14, 2014

She lived in Milwaukee, WI where she was married and raised her family ... Visitation will be from 4 to 7 p.m. on Friday, October 17, 2014, at Lenmark-Gomsrud-Linn Funeral Home, 814 First Ave. A Memorial Service will be held at 10 a.m. on October 23 ... (Eau Claire Leader-Telegram)

Civil War Re-enactor Dentist Greg Rodenbeck has passed away October 13, 2014

USV and Jacques Vieax - Agent Northwest ... in Milwaukee and died at the age of 64. He will be missed by many people. He was supposed to be a speaker at one of our upcoming DUVCW chapter meetings in Delavan. Betzer Funeral Home in Delavan, Wisconsin ... (Examiner)

Jelacic Funeral Home Launches New Website and Online Services October 10, 2014

February 28th -- Milwaukee, WI Founded in 1946, Jelacic Funeral Home was built on the tradition of genuine care and the desire to help those in need. Since its inception, the family owned and operated Milwaukee funeral home has provided quality services ... (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

OBIT: Debra Lynn Stanfield Moore (funeral services in Kittanning) October 08, 2014

Debbie grew up in the Milwaukee area and attended the University of Wisconsin at Madison and graduated from ... with arrangements through the Bauer Funeral Home in Kittanning. Contributions can be made in Debbie’s honor to the Pacific Aviation Museum ... (The Kittanning Paper)

Strouf Funeral Home October 02, 2014

Since 1925, Strouf Funeral Home has been dedicated to serving members of our community during the time of loss of a loved one. Since 1925, Strouf Funeral Home has been family owned and operated in Racine, Wisconsin ... Kenosha and Milwaukee areas during ... (Journal Times)

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Funeral Home Reviews
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
No attention to detail. Facility is old and worn. Caring and compassion lacking.

Cudahy, Wisconsin
Our family specifically requested not to know the day/date of our mother's creamation. At the time we picked up our mother's cremains, the date was printed on the front of the envelope and there was a certificate identifying the date as well inside the envelope. Horrid, horrid people!

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Athens, Wisconsin
We wish our deepest sympathies to Jerry & family-I was best man for their wedding & he & I grew up together, attending grade & high schools together. God Bless! Del & June Jerome

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.