Our story begins in January of 1910, when Harry Ernest Turner, a native of Clarendon, and Harry D. Bartlett of Holley, bought the Williamson Furniture and Undertaking Store.Our current location was built circa 1828 and was the office of Dr. Messinger from approximately 1905-1944,when Ellis Burdett purchased the building, thus moving the funeral home to 11 Maple Avenue. In 1950, Ellis' son-in-law, LeRoy "Bud" Sanford joined the firm, renaming it Burdett & Sanford Funeral Home.
Whether you prefer an elaborate funeral with hundreds of guests, or a simple service for a few close friends and family members, we promise to be with you at every turn to help you plan a service that celebrates your loved one's life in a meaningful way.
This location has proudly served the local community with exceptional care for years and definitely will help guide your family through funeral service etiquette, individualize your tribute, funeral costs, directions to cemeteries, guestbook, online obituary creation, and telling your life story. When you are interested in preplanning your memorial service, you can be sure your legacy will be covered and that you can have peace of mind.
This business is located 2.5 miles out of downtown Batavia, New York which is in Genesee County and serves the surrounding neighborhoods of: Bushville, E Bethany, E Pembroke, East Oakfield, Leroy, Pembroke, Alabama, Cowlesville, Eagle Harbor, Newstead, Wadsworth, Hulberton, Townline, Clifton, Wheatland, Royalton, Shelby, Sheldon, Rock Glen, and Silver Spgs.
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