Tyler Mountain Funeral Home & Memory Gardens serves families of all faiths in Cross Lanes and its surrounding communities. The funeral home is located on cemetery grounds, which not only means added convenience and simplicity when planning final arrangements, but lower costs as well. It is the first combination cemetery/funeral home in the Charleston, West Virginia, area. The caring staff at Tyler Mountain is always on hand to offer assistance and answer any questions you may have.
At Tyler Mountain Funeral Home & Memory Gardens, we believe that every life is unique, and every funeral should be too. We celebrate life. For those who wish to plan their arrangements in advance, we offer The Simplicity Plan® prearrangement program, an easy way to handle an important family responsibility.
TYLER MOUNTAIN FUNERAL HOME
Our professional staff welcomes you to the warm and friendly atmosphere of Tyler Mountain Funeral Home, located on the grounds of Tyler Mountain Memory Gardens. We’re here to listen and provide options to meet your needs. Whether you prefer cremation with a small family gathering or would like a large traditional funeral, you can trust us to assist you in planning and honoring your final wishes.
Specifically designed for the comfort and convenience of visiting families, the spacious one-story building offers easy access and is completely handicapped-accessible. The funeral home’s large chapel area, just off the wide reception hall, can accommodate more than 200 guests and features a high-quality music system and beautiful stained-glass windows. Comfortable arrangement areas and a spacious foyer area complement the lovely interior. Other features include a large parking area, covered entranceways and an exterior sitting area for guests.
TYLER MOUNTAIN MEMORY GARDENS
The peaceful, comforting grounds of Tyler Mountain Memory Gardens offer families a wide variety of choices from traditional ground burial to prestigious mausoleum entombment. Mausoleum expansion will allow further development of the park in the years to come.
A life-sized presentation of the Lord’s Last Supper, based on the famous painting by Leonardo da Vinci, can be found in our Chapel Mausoleum and is a one-of-a-kind feature in the state.
Founded in 1953, the site of Tyler Mountain was once Morgan’s Dairy Farm. With the adjoining land designated for future expansion, the rich family heritage of Tyler Mountain Memory Gardens will continue for generations to come.