Our family serving your family for four generations.

Established in 1889, the Kenyon Funeral Home is the oldest family-owned funeral home business in the state of Pennsylvania.  It is one of the oldest family-owned businesses in Tioga County.  Passed down from father to son to grandson, to great-grandsons, the Kenyon Funeral Home continues to serve the residents of Cowanesque Valley, along the Route 49 Corridor, from Lawrenceville to Potter Brook, with funeral home facilities in Elkland and Westfield. 

The Kenyon Funeral Home is also a full-service business, offering monuments and lettering/engravings, foundations, repairs and cleaning services, as well as personalized funeral services during your special time of need.

Owners Through the Years


Current Proprietors, Brothers Robert (left) and John (Jack, right) Kenyon


Charles Kenyon,
Son of Thorne, Grandson of Charles L.
Father of Robert and John

Thorne Kenyon
Son of Charles L.
Father of Charles


Founders: Brothers Charles L. (left) and Abe (right) Kenyon


First Horse drawn funeral wagon in Tioga County.  Picture was taken during a parade in Elkand in the 1950's.  Charles Kenyon  is standing next to the wagon.


Current hearse used by Robert and John.              

Articles of Interest that have appeared in print through the years:

"Abe" Kenyon Dies at Home

Why I'm Proud of Elkland

Kenyon Bros. 60th Anniversary

Kenyon Block dedicated During 1894 Convention

Kenyon Funeral Hearses Donated to Penn Museum


Obituaries

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Oct 2, 2017

 

age 79 of Westfield

Sep 25, 2017

 

age 79 of Westfield

Sep 25, 2017

 age 68 of Knoxville