From traditional funerals to unique celebrations our mission is to help every family plan services for their loved ones that fit their needs and budget.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic government requirements limit public gatherings to 10 (or less) people.
This is a stressful time for all of us, we are doing what we can to help ensure families are taken care of to the best of our abilities. Please call us and we will be happy to sign the register book on your behalf and mail you a memorial folder (when/if we have them). We also encourage everyone to use our website to leave online condolences and/or memories for the families who are not able to have full visitations or funeral services during this time.
COVID-19 aka Coronavirus:
We understand this will have an impact on visitations and funeral services. We want everyone to know that we do have some options and we will work with every family on the best way to handle individual situations.
We are taking extra precautions to sanitize common touch items such as door handles, register stand, pens, restrooms etc. We have hand sanitizer available for public use.
Most importantly we hope everyone in our communities remain safe and healthy
Rob & Diane Campanella, Randy Kufahl, Jennifer Woods
and the staff of Campanella Family Funeral Homes
Per KSFDA “COVID-19 Governor Laura Kelly has imposed a limit of 10 people at gatherings in Kansas for eight weeks (appx. March 16-May 11) as has been recommended by the Center for Disease Control. This will have an impact on funerals, memorial services and visitations across the state of Kansas regardless of where they are held.”