On June 12, 1887 the Otto Koch Undertaking Establishment was founded. In 1909, Otto’s brother, Louis E. Koch, joined the business and the name was changed to Koch Brothers. Later, it became the Louis E. Koch Memorial Chapel. In 1919 Otho B. Chatley became associated with the business and in 1940, when he was named Secretary; the name was changed to the Koch Chatley Memorial Chapel, Inc.
We offer a service based on these guiding principles:
-That all persons be provided with a respectable funeral, regardless of their financial means.
-That people of all faiths shall be served.
-That all staff members be courteous, dignified and considerate.
-That we constantly adhere to professional ethics and a code of unselfish service to our clients.
-That all prices shall be shown in plain figures, and that every family is given unrestrained freedom of choice.
For anyone who is interested in preplanning your burial, you can be sure your legacy will be secure and that you can easily have peace of mind. This location has proudly served the area with exceptional care for years and will help guide your family through burial etiquette, modify your memorial, funeral costs, directions to cemeteries, guestbook, online obituary creation, and telling your life story.
This business is situated 2.5 miles out of downtown Bradford, Pennsylvania which is in McKean County and serves the surrounding areas of: Kendall Creek, Ormsby, St Bonas, St Bonaventure, Killbuck, Knapp Creek, Keating Summit, Weston Mills, E Smethport, Westline, Mt Jewett, Humphrey, Ischua, Pt Allegany, East Kane, Scandia, Little Genese, W Clarksville, Millport, and Shinglehse.
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