Day Mortuary was established in 1913 by Arthur Day. In 1954, they moved from their downtown location to 2701 E. 3rd St., Bloomington IN. In 1947, Bill Apple, along with Steve and Gail Campbell, became partners in the business. Jerry Ellenwood bought Steve and Gail Campbell’s part of the business in 1966, and Jerry Ellenwood and Bill Apple were then partners. Please visit the new Day Funeral Home that opened in May of 2002 at 4150 E. 3rd. St. In November 2006, Day funeral Home joined the Dignity Memorial Network. A nationwide network of over 1,800 funeral, cremation and cemetery providers. Feel free to contact us to find out about all of the Dignity Memorial Benefits that are available.
Deremiah-Frye Mortuary was established in 1946, by Robert Harrell and Orville Greene. It was originally called Greene & Harrell Funeral Home. In 1973, the business was purchased by Don Frye, Ron Deremiah and Larry Newsom. The funeral home was moved to its’ present location of 700 Gourley Pike in 1976. Around 1985, Don Frye and Ron Deremiah purchased Larry Newsom’s shares and became partners. The business name was then changed to Deremiah-Frye Mortuary, Greene & Harrell Chapel.
About Our CompanyOur Mission StatementimageAt Everlasting Memorials, we are committed to serving our community by providing the best customer service, in the most comfortable atmosphere, with the best quality products.We have the utmost dedication in helping our families build a legacy for their loved ones with a no pressure, no rush attitude on decision making.Selecting a memorial is an important, personal choice – a choice best made with the assistance of a caring, knowledgeable professional. As you may only purchase a memorial once in your lifetime, we encourage you to trust experts like us. As a full-service, family owned business, we are proud of our record in personalized services and quality memorials.
Funerals conducted in your church, fraternal lodge, or home, in the manner of times past. also, lowest price cremation services. We save families thousands of dollars, and provide all the dignity and meaning of a traditional funeral. A more comfortable setting, at this difficult time.