To protect consumers, R. Strunk Funeral Home is obligated to follow the guidelines outlined in the “Funeral Rule”. Failure to comply with this rule could result in complaints being filed against the funeral home by the Federal Trade Commission.In collaboration with our trusted flower partners, we offer a wide selection of funeral flowers to help you honor and cherish the memory of your loved one. Our dedicated florists, working closely with these partners, can create exquisite arrangements in a variety of styles, colors, and sizes that align with your preferences and requirements. We understand the significance of this moment and strive to provide you with compassionate assistance, ensuring that the floral tribute for your loved one is truly beautiful and meaningful.
Arranging a funeral can be both emotionally challenging and financially burdensome. Many people have little knowledge about the funeral industry, and in such difficult times, they may be vulnerable to being deceived or taken advantage of.As part of the “Funeral Rule,” R. Strunk Funeral Home is required to offer a General Price List (GPL) to anyone who asks for it. This list includes various expenses related to funeral services, such as transportation to the cemetery in or around Chester County, as well as costs for viewing or visitation services.Anyone who visits R. Strunk Funeral Home at 400 Main Street in Phoenixville, PA and asks about funeral arrangements is entitled to receive a free copy of the general price list. This applies to all individuals, regardless of whether they intend to purchase funeral services or not.
The “Funeral Rule” was established in 1984 to ensure that all funeral homes, including R. Strunk Funeral Home, provide customers with clear and accurate information about the products and services they offer. This includes providing price details over the phone upon request.
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While raising a family, she worked at the West Co, Budd Co., Snyders Cadillac and Lachmans. She worked at Project Help before transitioning to COAD in Exton, Pa., where she retired as CFO.
The service should begin at approximately 11:15 A.M. Burial will take place at Morris Cemetery, Phoenixville, PA., immediately following the service. Friends and family may attend the burial.
She traveled internationally to Ireland, Italy, Canada and Argentina. Her continental travels were primarily to Florida, San Francisco and Palm Springs. For the past few years she enjoyed spending time at her beach house near Rehoboth where she would do a nightly cruise in her flame-embossed golf cart.
Carol is survived by her daughters, Kelly Conway, Dawn Christman, Karen Holahan and Colleen Waltman; her sisters, Dawne Turner and Beverly Rees. She is also survived by three son-in-laws, two brother-in-laws, seven grandchildren as well as three sister-in-laws and many nieces and nephews. She is survived by her fiancee, Sherman Hess. She was preceded in death by her sons Edward Francis Conway, Johnathan Rees Friday, her husband John Friday and one grandson.Visitation will be on Wednesday, January 6, 2021, from 6:00 to 9:00 P.M. in R. Strunk Funeral Home, 400 Main Street, Phoenixville. Visitation will also take place on Thursday, January 7, 2021 from 10:00 to 11:00 A.M. The Funeral Service will be for the immediate family only but friends and family may view the service online by connecting to the Zoom link:She enjoyed the company of her friends and family, as well as, her life-long best friend, Bonnie August and was the hostess for many gatherings over her lifetime. Many fond memories of Sunday breakfast at the Polish Club, New Years Eve parties and the card game 31(Happy trails to you . . . . ). She was a confident and independent woman, ahead of the times. Her home was always welcoming and open to anyone in need or for socializing with family and friends. The Chamber has meant so much to me and my business over the past 18 years. The membership, programming, resources, and sense of community is second to none. It’s an organization that businesses get so much value from and I love the opportunities it has created for our community. Phoenixville is an exciting place to be, and I give a lot of credit to the Chamber for making it happen. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of phoenixvillechamber.org
The Thomas F. Byrne Mansion is now the new home of the R. Strunk Funeral Home. Restored and redesigned by Michele Kelly, a premier regional designer, the Phoenixville owners, Robert and Dodi Strunk are thrilled to be able to offer funeral services in two locations.
The R. Strunk Funeral Home handles all questions and needs in the funeral industry including: cremations, funerals, Gift of Life donations, green burials, pet cremations and prearranging.As a business owner, my membership has been an invaluable resource. It continues to provide me with an opportunity to meet and partner with fellow business owners; access to complimentary educational resources through SCORE, and collaborate with my peers to better understand the trends of the marketplace in our region.”
Mom’s House has been a member of the Phoenixville Regional Chamber of Commerce for many years. As a non-profit organization, our business model is a bit different than for-profit businesses. The Chamber has been such a great partner for Mom’s House over the years. The numerous networking and community events have offered us a great means to spread awareness of our mission in the Greater Phoenixville area. I have made so many great contacts and good friends in the community through the Chamber. Membership in the Chamber has been a very positive experience for us and I look forward to utilizing our membership benefits for many years to come. Highly recommend becoming involved with the Phoenixville Chamber.From Business: Healey Funeral Home is an independently owned and operated funeral home offering dependable funeral services in Haddon Heights and the surrounding area. We are…