The professionals of the Grant-Johnson Funeral Home treat everyone with the utmost respect and attention to detail.The deceased is treated with dignity while being prepared for viewing; no detail is too small, nothing is overlooked. The collar on her dress, the sleeve on his suit, making sure the tie is just right. At Grant-Johnson Funeral Home, it’s the little things that make the big difference.
- Pictures are taken of all floral arrangements and remembrance gifts, and copies are printed for the family, as well as burned to a CD.
- We video tape the service, make a slide show with pictures the family brings in, and we also provide a personalized memorial candle.
- Laminate copies of the obituary are provided for the immediate family of the deceased (surviving spouse and children).
Cremation: Whether your need is immediate or you wish to plan for the future, we are ready to give you the best possible guidance and support. Cremation does not limit, but in fact increases options available to fit you and your family's needs.
Monuments: Most people have never puchased a cemetery headstone or marker. We advise you to compare quality, craftsmanship, and prices before making a final decision. We have a wide selection to choose from fitting everyone's budget. Selecting a cemetery headstone will be the most permanent thing you will purchase in your lifetime.
Pre-Needs: Through these arrangements, people are able to decide in advance what type of funeral they will have, while at the same time eliminating some of the stress that family members frequently experience. Families are also able to lock in today's prices for a future funeral. Every pre-need funeral contract is owned by that person and is transferable to any other funeral director or funeral home of the family's choice.
Jeremy Hall resides on a farm in rural Tiskilwa with his wife , the former Beth Grebner, daughters Dylann and Chelby and son JJ. Jeremy is a student at Carl Sandburg college pursuing a degree in Mortuary Science.