Eugene Krynicki suffered a disabling stroke in 1976, and with the assistance of Mr. Ferver, Tim continued his apprenticeship and was state certified in 1977. Tim purchased the business from his father in 1978 and he established the Krynicki Funeral Home, Inc.
In 1985, Tim added to the “A Family Tradition in Caring since 1900”, the Krynicki family made a commitment to build a new funeral home and add important considerations for people of advancing age. The result of his examinations and evaluations is the new facilities at 1007 Freeport Road in Natrona Heights.
The new facilities built in 1987 only added to the professional services of the operation that serves families with very personal services. With the many specialized features, the funeral home building was designed, built and furnished to provide comfortable facilities and conveniences which better serve the needs of families and friends who have experienced the loss of a loved one.
With the Krynicki Funeral Home, the facilities were designed specifically for the use of families. Unlike many funeral homes, the facilities were designed from the ground up to meet the needs of families of all sizes.
The spacious facilities include a chapel where services may be held. The overall decor and furnishings are always appropriate, creating an atmosphere of comfort, beauty and reverence in keeping with the occasion while easing the sense of loss.
The building itself was designed for comfort, being handicap accessible, large enough for family and friends and yet small enough to provide intimacy. The creation of an appropriate decor is completed with tasteful furniture, draperies and carpeting. The Krynicki Funeral Home adds a Funeral Chapel, a large display area for funeral merchandise and caskets, handicapped rest rooms, family conference room, family visitation areas.
My grandfather, Mr. Albert W. Ferver, stated some sixty years ago after purchasing the funeral home from Mr. Warner that:
“The same policy of dignified and sympathetic service which has brought comfort to countless families in the Valley will continue.”
These words are still true today after four generations of our family serving your family, “A Family Tradition in Caring since 1900."
We thank you for your confidence in us and are here to serve your needs.