Thank you for visiting the brand-new Calvin Funeral Home website. We are happy you have decided to stop by and look around. We hope that our website is easy to navigate and is informative for every visitor. Please note that our website is changing daily, and we encourage everyone to check back for updates as they are made.
The Calvin Funeral Home in Hartford is owned and operated by GCJ'S Funeral Services, Inc. The current ownership has been in place since 1997, but our history traces back to the late 1920's. Our funeral home has a 90-year history of providing quality, professional and sincere burial and cremation services for families in their time of need. We also offer services to families and individuals who wish to pre-plan their arrangements in advance, ensuring that their loved ones will not have to worry about funeral expenses when the time eventually comes.
Whether you are here looking for obituaries, checking out the services we offer, or are just looking for more information that can assist you in the funeral process, then you have come to the right place. Looking to send a condolence note to a family, but are not able to attend the visitation or funeral service? You may do so right here on our website. Do you want to buy flowers, and do so while keeping the money local? That option is also available to you, as well. Need to find out where our funeral home is located? We have that information for you, too, and much more. Look around and let us know what you think.
If you have any questions regarding services that are not answered on our website, we encourage you to reach out to us. Please give us a call anytime at (269) 621-4101, or send us an email at email@example.com. You may also use the Contact Us form and we will get back to you in a prompt manner.
We appreciate you taking the time to visit our website, and for allowing us the opportunity to serve you and the greater Hartford community for over 90 years!
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