Steve is a dedicated and experienced licensed funeral director who currently serves as the Supervisor of our location in Dormont. He has worked with Beinhauer’s since 1988 and has over 25 years of experience in directing all aspects of funeral services with care and compassion. Continue reading
At Beinhauer Family Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, we understand that planning a funeral can be a difficult and emotional process. To help make the process less confusing, we have put together a list of common funeral terminology to help you gain a better understanding. Continue reading
Dr. Tim Campbell is serially distinguished as one of “America’s Top 100 Physicians”, and is the recipient of numerous awards for his innovative, quality and compassionate care. He is recently retired from his very successful thriving private, internal medicine practice that he co-founded, spanning almost thirty years at UPMC Mercy Hospital; however, currently serves Full Time as the Chief Medical Officer for Gallagher Home Health Services leading the Palliative Care Team.
Dr. Campbell was one of the first physicians in Southwestern Pennsylvania to become boarded in and to practice in hospice and palliative care medicine; currently serving as the Medical Director for Gallagher Hospice. A life-long learner and educator, he has taught inpatient and outpatient primary care medicine to thousands of medical students, residents, physician assistants and nurse practitioners…”
Beinhauer’s is proud to give this award to such a compassionate man who impacts so many lives wherever he goes! Thanks for everything you do Dr. Campbell! Your work is exceptional!
When looking for a funeral home in the area, a simple Google search will show that there are plenty of funeral homes from which to choose. Although it is nice to have a wide variety of establishments, this large number can be overwhelming and can make it difficult to pick the one that is best for your needs. Continue reading
Readings are an essential way to personalize a funeral service. Some people may choose to select these readings themselves ahead of time, while other people let their family or friends choose for them. Selecting the readings for your funeral services while pre-planning is a great way to place a personal touch on the funeral, but fortunately, there are many traditional options to choose from for those who have not yet made their decision. Continue reading
Music is a way to connect people, spark a memory, and set a mood. It’s not just for festivals or parties but can be used to set the right tone and environment at a funeral. At Beinhauer Family Funeral Homes, we know that the right music can help those who are grieving by offering comfort. Keep in mind that some songs are not appropriate for a solemn occasion, so it is important to choose songs carefully. Here are a few things to consider while selecting music for a funeral: Continue reading
Over 70% of households in the U.S. include a pet, therefore, it is essential to consider your pet during your funeral planning. Our pets, whether they are birds, dogs, kittens, turtles, or other animals, are considered a part of the family, so it is critical to plan for their future the same way you would arrange care for a child. Continue reading
Keepsake urns and cremation jewelry are a special way to carry a part of your loved one with you wherever you go. Many of us have an emotional attachment to our families, friends, and pets, which does not leave us after they die. With a wide range of keepsake urns and jewelry options, you can continue to uniquely express your love and devotion. Continue reading
Between cremation containers, cremation urns, and caskets, there are several types of receptacles that may be used during the cremation process. With so many options, many times, the differences between them can be confusing. At Beinhauer Funeral home, we understand how personal and important this choice is, so we have put together a guide to help you through the decision-making process. Continue reading