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Eaton Funeral Home is happy to announce that the community can now either prearrange funeral arrangements for individual or family, or can use the convenient pre-arrangement feature below to provide the information we will need for your funeral arrangements with us. For what ever reason you are using this aspect of our web site, you can begin below by giving Initial Information. After the first page, you will have account information assigned to you that will allow you to return at any time to update or change any information, and/or to add more individuals.
If you are returning to the site to edit your pre-arrangement profile and information, click here to login. This login is created when you begin at Step 1 below, and then you can return at anytime. Eaton's Funeral Home does monitor this and will assist you as needed in gathering and storing this information for future use.
Peace of Mind and Personal Choices
Some might ask, "Why, do I need to pre-arrange a funeral?" Very few people want to think about death or much less their funeral, and yet nearly all of us have strong convictions about how we may want to be remembered in a memorial service. Additionally, it is not convenient stopping by a Funeral Home to make such arrangements. So, this service has been provided to enable anyone to quickly make individual and family arrangements through our secure web site. Click here for more reasons why Pre-Arrangements make sense.
Please click on the link below to fill out and maintain this information. You can log out and return at any time to update or add additional information. You must complete Step One to set up an account and acquire a username and password.
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The history of the Eaton Funeral Home dates back to 1898 when J.T. Williams began the undertaking business in Sullivan. He operated the undertaking business in several locations before moving it to his home at 347 North Clark.
There have been three major remodeling programs since 1948. The first in 1949 when the original building was remodeled to accommodate a new chapel, embalming facilities and selection room.
In 1962, an attractive addition was constructed on the north side of the building. In 1992, major renovations were done to the interior with enhanced decor and the addition of new state-of-the-art embalming facilities and handicap accessibility.
Harrison M. Eaton passed away in December 1989. Today, his son, Jim, and his wife, Mary Ann, own and operate the funeral home.
For nearly 60 years, the Eaton family has tended the needs of bereaved families in a caring and professional manner.
The business is in its 110th year of operation. During this span of time, ownership of the funeral home has been with just two families, the Williams and the Eatons, and the Eaton Funeral Home today is an integral part of the community's history.
A Long History of Excellent Service & Commitment
It is our hope that the information contained within these pages will help you make enlightened decisions regarding matters of funeral service. As a member of Selected Independent Funeral Homes, we pledge this (click).
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The funeral is for the living. It helps the survivors face the reality of death. By acting as a ceremony of recognition the funeral gives testimony of the value of life. ...more
For a complete list of all obituaries, click here. You can sort by name of the deceased or the date they were posted.
Announcing New Obituaries
The Eaton Family and Staff would like to share our most sincere sympathies to the families and friends of these who have recently passed from this life into the next. To see the full obituary, click on the link beneath each person. These will remain on the home page for a week.
Tucker, Glen E.
Passed Away: 12/20/2014
5:00 to 8:00 p.m. Monday, December 22, 2014 Eaton Funeral Home, Sullivan, Missouri
11:00 a.m. Tuesday, December 23, 2014 First Baptist Church, Bourbon, MO
I.O.O.F. Memorial Cemetery
Glen Tucker Benefit Fund in care of the First Baptist Church of Bourbon
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