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Kriegshauser Brothers Funeral Service
2556 S Brentwood Blvd, Brentwood, MO 63144
Kriegshauser Brothers is a local, family-owned funeral services provider that markets itself as an alternative to moreMore expensive funeral homes. The company believes that families that choose not to host a visitation at a full-service funeral home shouldn't have to pay the extra cost associated with having that service available to them.  Kriegshauser operates out of a smaller business space and offers all of the other services associated with arranging a funeral, memorial service or cremation.
Jay B Smith Funeral Homes
7456 Manchester Rd, Maplewood, MO 63143
Jay B Smith Funeral Homes opened in 1932 in one of Maplewood's historic buildings. Since then, it has provided funeralMore services to the St. Louis area, recently expanding to include a Fenton location. The home provides cremation, viewings and a chapel to suit each family's preferences. The website allows people to put some of their wishes in writing for their families to reference later.
Kriegshauser Brothers Funeral Services
2556 S Brentwood Blvd, Brentwood, MO 63144

Kriegshauser Brothers is a family-owned funeral service business, offering an affordable alternative to traditionalMore funeral homes.

Kriegshauser specializes in services that do not require space for a visitation or memorial service, which helps keep prices low. Your options include holding a visitation and/or memorial at the burial site, at the church or chapel where the funeral service is held or choosing to omit the visitation.

The Kriegshauser Brothers staff takes care of all arrangements: picking up the deceased, embalming or cremation, notifying the proper authorities and filing a death certificate, and also can arrange every detail of the memorial service or visitation. It also can handle memorial donations, military honors and newspaper notices.

The office displays a full selection of caskets, vaults, cremation urns, sympathy/prayer cards, register books and crucifixes. 

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