JUNE 2, 2021, Gov Mike Dewine will allow all Pandemic Health Orders to expire. However, should a family request that relatives, friends and other guests visiting the funeral wear a mask and practice social distancing, we will honor that request.
Social Distancing means we must limit the number person inside the funeral home (50) and the number of chairs set up for a funeral service (about 30).
In local churches, we need to follow the rules they have established. The same for area cemeteries.
At times, you may speak to the answering service staff when you call the funeral home. Please know, we will promptly return your call.
We invite you to browse our website, and please feel comfortable enough to stop and submit a question or comment if you wish.
Why do we have a funeral service? When we experience the death of a loved one, a funeral services fills several important needs:
- Funerals help us acknowledge that someone we love has died.
- Funerals allow us to say goodbye.
- Funerals offer continuity and hope for the living.
- Funerals provide a support system for us, friends, family members and the community.
- Funerals allow us to reflect on the meaning of life and death.
Of course you have the final decision. Whether you want simple services, an elaborate ceremony or no services at all; whether you want burial or cremation; isn't it nice to know, we can help you make these arrangements.
We strive to make our families and visitors feel comfortable while paying respects to their lost loved ones, and we make considerable efforts to maintain our focus on the high standards of service you expect.
Rebold Funeral Home, was the FIRST funeral home in Western Cincinnati and Hamilton County to purchase and operate its own crematory facility. There is no 3rd party transfer. Custody of the body does not change. What a comfort that must be, knowing that everything is accomplished at one place.
Please continue visiting our website for additional information about funeral service and cremation.