Hansen-Spear Funeral Home was built in 1965 as the first full service funeral home in Quincy, Illinois. It included the areas only funeral chapel with fixed pews and adjoining family room. In addition there are two separate visitation parlors to accommodate up to three visitations at a time. It is handicapped accessible.
Hansen-Spear Funeral Home has handicapped parking and a covered carport for inclement weather use. Hansen-Spear is a Non Smoking Facility. The downstairs lounge is open for visitation so that families may rest and have refreshments. There are also children’s books and some toys for children to play with.
Hansen-Spear has the largest casket display room within a 100 mile radius. This allows families a wide variety of caskets in all price ranges. There is also a Cremation Options room devoted to those who choose cremation. Our Vault display room shows different types of steel vaults made by Clark Vault Company and also miniture concrete vaults from Wilbert Vault Company.
From our Blog: A Funeral Home Virtual Tour?
We live in a digital world where we post video tributes online with obituaries and have families using our free Wi-Fi at visitations to Skype with family members that could not make it to the services. With the technology available, why not have a Virtual Tour so you can see the funeral home if you have not been here before.
I look online at hotel rooms and amenities online before I travel, don’t you? Why should you not be able to see what a funeral home has to offer if you are coming in from out of town for a service for a family member? You should.
We plan services over the phone and via email with family members that are across the country or even across the globe. Having pictures and a Virtual Tour gives families the opportunity to see our facilities: Chapel, Family Room, Parlors, and Lounge.
We have long felt it is necessary to be innovative and to provide families with exceptional service for all of their needs. This virtual tour may be new, but our dedication to excellence is the same as it was when my great-grandparents started the Hansen Funeral Home in 1929.
Click the picture to take a Virtual Tour of Hansen-Spear Funeral Home.