At Crumpler Funeral Home and Cremation Services, we have a strong commitment to the people of our community . . . to provide outstanding service with compassion, respect, and care. The days immediately following the death of a loved one can be a time of confusion and emotional stress.Where is Phil Crumpler now?
Philip and his wife, Amy currently reside in Pinebluff. As the only grandchild being licensed in funeral directing, and continuing the families legacy as the third generation funeral director, he serves as the manager of Crumpler Funeral Home in Aberdeen.What is the Crumpler legacy?
The Crumpler Legacy first began when Frank Crumpler of Sampson County always had a passion to be in funeral service. After graduating from Cincinnati School of Embalming, he began working with Jernigan-Warren Funeral Home in Fayetteville.What is the history of Crumpler-Honeycutt funeral home?
Crumpler-Honeycutt Funeral Home began as J.C. Holiday Furniture Store and Undertakers in the early 1900s. Johnny Crumpler and Furman J. Honeycutt, employees of Mr. Holiday, purchased the business in the 1920s changing the name to Crumpler-Honeycutt Furniture and Funeral Directors which operated in the old downtown business district.