The history of the mortuaries began in 1918 when Michael J. Feeney’s grandfather, Martin T. Feeney, founded the firm with a cousin. Michael’s father, Harry J. Feeney, continued the home until 1960 when he bought another existing mortuary and merged to form the Feeney-Kirby Mortuary.The staff of Feeney-Hornak Keystone Mortuary is personally dedicated to providing service beyond expectation.
A formal or informal ceremony or ritual prior to burial, a funeral service often provides a sense of closure to family and friends. Although your faith or culture may dictate some elements of a funeral service, you may want to personalize other elements of the service. At a funeral service, a casket or urn is present, though you may choose to have the casket open or closed.
Visitation, Wake or Viewing
Held the night before or immediately prior to the funeral service, the visitation – also called a wake or a viewing – provides a way for friends and acquaintances to pay respects and offer condolences to your family. As with the funeral service, you may want to decide if you want an open or closed casket should one be present.
Memorial or Tribute Service
At a memorial or tribute service, a casket or urn is usually not present. Otherwise similar to a funeral or visitation, a memorial service gives family and friends a time to come together in your memory and celebrate your life.
As its name implies, a graveside service may be held at the grave site just prior to burial of a casket or urn, and usually consists of final remarks, prayers or memories. The service may occur after or in place of a funeral service.
This location has proudly served the area with exceptional care for years and can help guide your family through memorial service etiquette, customize your tribute, funeral costs, directions to cemeteries, guestbook, online obituary creation, and telling your life story. For anyone who is interested in preplanning your burial, you can be sure your legacy will be shielded and that you can have peace of mind.
Located in Indianapolis, Indiana and 2.5 miles from town center of Indianapolis, this business is within Marion County and assists the surrounding neighborhoods of: Nora, Huntington Bank, Castleton, Uptown, Lawrence, New Augusta, Greater Indiana District, Oaklandon, Ft Benjamin Harrison, Traders Point, Army Finance Center, Army Finance Ctr, Newgistics Merchandise Retrn, I U P U I, Time Life Inc, Time/Life, Brylane, USPS Symbol Repair, B M G, and Rca Mfg Co.
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