PROUDLY SERVING THE COMMUNITY SINCE 1911 Spratt Funeral Home 1901 7th Ave, Beaver Falls, PA 15010

Services

Spratt Funeral Home Services

The value of a funeral and service is in giving family members and loved one’s the opportunity to say fair well.

Merchandise & Cost

Beaver Falls Funeral Costs

Every funeral & burial service is unique and we offer customized services to fit all needs

Advance Funeral Planning

Spratt Advance Funeral planning

1. Vital Information
2. Selection of Services
3. Financing

Who?

Spratt Funeral Home – Family owned and operated since 1911
1901 7th Avenue, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania 15010

Funeral Director and Supervisor: William T. “Bill” Spratt
A Third generation licensed funeral director since 1982.

Owner/Licensed Funeral Widow: Elizabeth C. “Betty” Spratt, wife of the late Edward Spratt, Jr.

Attendant/Secretary & Wife of Bill: Nancy Finch Spratt

Other family members include: Brian Volinic, Sarah Spratt, Ben Spratt and Lillian Spratt

When?

We know that the time of loss of a loved is unexpected. Our family is here for you and your family. We never close...you will be able to speak with someone from our family...24/7/365! You do not have to wait until 8 or 9 AM to call. We are here to help!

What?

At Spratt Funeral Home we provide your entire funeral and memorial requests, customized to your individual needs and traditions. Unlike other’s; we take the time to listen to you and provide assistance and guidance in your time of need. We are a full service family-owned and operated funeral home; therefore we will be there for you and your family from the initial call, during visitation, the services, final disposition and any assistance in the following days.

Where?

We are located at the corner of 19th Street and 7th Avenue, the main street in Beaver Falls, across from Kelly’s Hardware.

Our Home has held many services here since our family moved into the building in 1923. Our original funeral home and flower shop was located at the corner of 9th Street and 7th Avenue back in 1912, right below the Lincoln Flats. The late Edward Spratt, Sr. was the first undertaker and his wife Rose Pappert Spratt ran the floral shop.