Jenkins Funeral Chapel & Crematory

The Jenkins Funeral Chapel has been an active participant in the West Shore communities for over 75 years. Serving surrounding cities Westlake, North Olmsted, Bay Village, Rocky River, Fairview Park, Avon, Avon Lake, North Ridgeville, Olmsted Township and many others. Our location on Dover Center Road, originally built in 1875, was one of the area's first schoolhouses. It was first remodeled into a funeral home in 1915 to serve your grandparents' families. We operated one of the first local ambulance services -- long before emergency services were available in many localities. Unlike other funeral homes that are part of big, multinational organizations, Jenkins Funeral Chapel is fourth generation family owned and operated. Jenkins is more than just a business member of the community, we live here, our children go to school here and we share your concerns and interests in the day to day events that shape our community.

Our Services

The smoothest path is one tailored to meet your individual needs, where your tastes and preferences influence each aspect of the journey, and where each nuance reflects the things you hold dear to your desires and personality.  In a sense, your life is one long journey, and it is our desire to assist you in making those memories personal and reflect the journey you and your family have been on.

Our Services

 

Our Resources

Our Resources

Today, as Westlake's first and most recognized family-owned and operated funeral home and crematory, we pledge to continue to provide the same caring, personal attention to your families' individual needs, as we always have. We offer integrity, quality, teamwork, honesty, good freindships, trust, Christian living, plain talk, dignity respect, and perhaps most importantly, local experience. Ask us how we can save the family of every Veteran over $5000.00 when selecting a National Cemetery rather than a privately owned cemetery.  Jenkins Funeral Chapel, along with Keith A. Jenkins, Andrew J. Jenkins and Jim Gilmore will continue to be here when you need us.

 

Our Facilities

Historically funerals were held in the decedents home or where close family members lived.  As decades passed and families grew, funerals were moved out of the family home and into a local funeral home.  Our funeral home provides all the conveniences of home without being overly pretentious.  The decor allows for comfort and function of any type of service your family would desire, whether that be an intimate gathering, a service held outdoors, or services for even the largest of families

Our Facilities

 

Associations

Order of the Golden Rule
Better Business Bureau

 

Memorials

Shirley M Hodgins

Shirley Marie was born on April 12, 1926 to Elmer and Vera Bimberg in Detroit, Michigan where shegrew up surrounded by a large extended family. Sadly in 1939 her only sibling, Lawrence, passed awayfrom kidney disease.In 1944,...

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Alma Lee Shull

Alma Lee Shull (Nee (Johnson) age 88, Beloved wife of the late Robert C. Shull. Dear mother of Deborah Kershaw (William), Roberta Woodman (Thomas), Susan Shull (Percy McDonald, MD), Mark Shull and Kevin Shull (Tracy). Loving ...

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David W. Walter

David William Walter, age 90, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, March 10th at his home in Avon Lake Town Centre.  Beloved husband of the late Luella (nee Moore), proud father of Mark (Maryellen) Walter and Craig (Lisa) ...

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Hance J. "Buzz" Flesher

Hance J. “Buzz” Flesher, age 59, passed away on March 12th, loving husband of Loreen (nee Riordan). Proud and loving father of John A. Flesher. Brother of Todd (Cathy) and Pamela Flesher. Dear son of Sharon (nee S...

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Barbara R. Wolfs

Barbara R. Wolfs, 65, beloved wife of David J. Wolfs. Dearest mother of Sara C. Kovach (Mike). Fond grandmother of Joey. Sister of Gary Rhodes, Mark Rhodes, Tim Rhodes (Tammy) and the late Debbie. Barbara loved being with her...

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Margaret Carey Brown

Margaret Carey Brown, 97, died on March 3rd at Vitalia assisted living in Westlake. Married in 1951 to Daniel Brown (deceased 2000) they had 6 children - Katherine, Carole, Donna, Trisha, Dan, and Paul. She was grandmother to...

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Jane Beckett Rock

Jane Beckett Rock, age 78, of Bay Village, passed away peacefully on March 5th.  She leaves behind her daughter, Dr. Amy Rock (Heath Whalen), grandson Chris Pitts, and her canine companion, Lexie. Jane was very active in...

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Eileen A. Uveges

Eileen A. Uveges (nee Kartik) age 93 Beloved wife of the late  John. Dear mother of Albert (Sue), Denise Jeffries (Greg) and Brian Uveges. Dear Grandmother of David and Michelle . Private Family Services to be held. ...

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Thomas M. Code

 Thomas M. Code, long-time Cleveland area insurance and risk management executive, died Thursday at the Cleveland Clinic. He was 83.  Thomas Code was born in Cleveland. He graduated from St. Ignatius High School and...

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Patricia Ann Savage

Patricia Ann Savage of Olmsted Township, Ohio passed away peacefully after a long battle with COPD.  She is survived by her husband of 65 years John A. Savage, their two sons John G. (Barbara) and Jeffrey A. (Tracy)...

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