We have been serving families since 1895, and from our current location since 1907. As the oldest continually operating funeral home in Bay County, we have for over a century, served others. We are proud to have had generations of family serving Bay County families with compassion, dedication, integrity, and excellent service, for 125 years. Our exceptional office & support staff will meet your individual needs, here in our classic Queen Anne location that was built in 1888 and still retains its original fine historical details, craftsmanship, and woodwork
Our dedicated and supportive staff are here to guide you through this difficult journey. We take pride in doing our absolute best to ensure your needs are met.
At the Hyatt-Ewald Funeral Home we take great pride in what we do.
Our goal is to:
- Help families make well-planned preparations in their time of need.
- Provide a peaceful and comfortable environment where friends and family can gather to honor the life of their loved one and re-connect with each other.
- Preserve longstanding traditions and customs in unique and personal ways.
- Offer personalized and affordable services and products without high pressure sales.
Mary, Mark , Grace and Jonathan
We believe that having over a century of service to others, speaks for itself about our honesty, dedication, and professionalism, as well as our kindness, compassion and attention to detail. You’ll find these qualities in each and every member of our staff. We are a resource to all families by providing administrative assistance, DHHS assistance, Veteran's burial assistance, insurance claim assistance, obituary development, and pre-need / pre-funding of services. In addition, we have a practicing Registered Nurse on staff to assist with end of life questions and death certificate explanations. Those who have put their trust in us have found a difficult time made much easier. It is our mission, to walk and partner with you during this very difficult time.