Founded by Frank E. Grove in 1887, the "undertaking parlor" was established as an adjunct to his cabinet making and furniture business at 40 East Main Street. In the year 1916, he erected the building at 13 South Church Street (now the Welfare Association Building) for the "funeral parlor" and several years later moved the business to the family home at 27 South Church Street, part of which was built by his father, William F. Grove in the 1850's.
It is the goal of Bowersox Funeral Homes to help people complete the relationship with the one who has died and to provide a climate that encourages each person to give and receive emotional support. During the funeral service, family and friends have the opportunity to relate to each other at the deepest levels and find mutual strength.
If you are interested in preplanning your memorial service, you can be sure your legacy will be guarded and that you can have peace of mind. This location has proudly served the area with exceptional care for years and can help guide your family through memorial service etiquette, customize your memorial, funeral costs, directions to cemeteries, guestbook, online obituary creation, and telling your life story.
This business can be found 2.5 miles coming from downtown Waynesboro, Pennsylvania which is in Franklin County and serves the surrounding areas of: Fox Hill, Pennersville, Biesecker Gap, Cress, Fiveforks, Polktown, Eastland Hill, Glen Forney, Wayne Heights, Altenwald, Roadside, Tomstown, Weltys, Good, Pen Mar, Fort Ritchie, Highfield, Blue Ridge Sm, Charmian, and S Mountain.
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