We would like to thank all those that voted in support of us for this award. We are honored to care for the families of Lincoln County, and love what God has called us to do. We look forward to serving you for MANY YEARS TO COME.
John David & Mary Benton Friend
The Friend Family:
Front Row (Left to Right): Logan Suzann Friend & Ella Reese Friend
Back Row (Left to Right): Mary Benton Friend, Jesse Elizabeth Friend, & John David Friend
Photo taken by: Barbara Ann's Photography
A Message From the Owners:
Since 1905, Barnett, Demrow and Fox Funeral Homes have helped families to remember and honor their loved ones through the funeral process. On August 28, 2012, we purchased the funeral homes. We are proud to say that the funeral homes are now LOCALLY, FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED.
Our goal is to treat every family that we serve as if they were one of our own. We offer traditional values with the most competitive pricing in the area. We have a professional caring staff that is always ready to serve.
We are here to serve you, in ANY WAY that we can. We offer exceptional service at unbeatable pricing. Pre-arrange with us. Call (606) 365-2670 or (606) 379-2011.
OUR TWO LOCATIONS
FOX FUNERAL HOME STANFORD
Fox Funeral Home 312 West Main Street Stanford,
Barnett, Demrow and Fox Funeral Homes Gives Grant to Children's Center
January 23, 2013 - Barnett, Demrow and Fox Funeral Homes presenting a $1,000 grant to the Wilderness Trace Child Development Center in Danville. The center serves children in Lincoln and Boyle Counties. The grant is sponsored by The York Children's Foundation from Matthews International Casket Division. The funeral homes nominated the center for the grant in October 2012.
Whether you have come to our site for information about an upcoming service or to make arrangements for one, we hope the information you find here will be helpful.
We have added new features for your web experience with us. They include:
Ordering Flowers directly from our site
Enhanced Obituaries with a Guest Book, Automatic Email Subscription when new notices are posted
New ways to send condolences such as food gifts and sympathy cards