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Funks Grove Cemetery
After having selecting a location for the Funks Grove Cemetery, Adam Funk, Isaac's father, was one of the first to be buried there.
Funks Grove Cemetery
Since 1830 the Cemetery has continued to grow through the purchase of new land.  The Funks Grove Cemetery Association provides perpetual care for this beautiful and peaceful location.






Rules and Regulations to follow while visiting Funks Grove Cemetery.

  • NO ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS OR DECORATIONS ARE ALLOWED FROM APRIL 1 THROUGH NOVEMBER 1.
  • Any and all trees, plants, and shrubs are property of the Association, and not property of the lot owners. 
  • If it is desired to change or add to any planting, such work must be done with the permission and under the supervisions of the Cemetery Association.
  • No lot or grave shall be decorated by its owners or others interested therein with any trees, shrubs or plants.
  • No lot or grave shall be defined by any fence, railing, coping, or hedge, steps or similar appurtenance.
  • Fresh cut flowers, wreaths on stands, or artificial flowers ( when permitted by these rules) may be placed on the graves subject to removal by Cemetery Association personnel when their beauty has dissipated, or normal maintenance of the grave site is impaired.
  • No dogs or other pets will be allowed in the Cemetery.


Funks Grove Cemetery Association's Complete Rules and Regulations are available from the caretaker at the Cemetery.