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    Devlin Funeral Home

    Affordable Funeral Homes in North Hills & Cranberry, PA

    Devlin Funeral Home is a family owned and operated funeral home. Founded by Bernard B. Devlin in 1918 and now carried on by his son, Thomas B. Devlin, grandson, Mark B. Devlin, and his great grandson, Brian P. Devlin, we are a fourth generation funeral home. We are located in the North Hills area of Pittsburgh and Cranberry Township.

    Professional Funeral Services & Cremation Services

    In times of bereavement, Devlin Funeral Home stands as a trustworthy companion, ready to navigate you through the essential arrangements required to craft a meaningful ceremony that pays tribute to the life being commemorated. At Devlin Funeral Home, our team is committed to providing your family with professional care and service throughout this challenging time. We take pride in shouldering the weight of your burdens as you begin the journey towards healing and seeking solace. For more information about our funeral, cremation and pre-planning services, please contact us today.


    Recent Obituaries

    William N. Vance
    July 26, 1937 - May 26, 2023
    Jessica Ann Bentz
    January 20, 1981 - May 21, 2023
    Martin Stanton
    May 20, 2023
    Michael K. Rodgers
    June 03, 1934 - May 18, 2023
    Wade H. Stull
    September 04, 1946 - May 12, 2023
    Judy A. Fallat
    January 03, 1953 - May 15, 2023
    Beverly Ann Riggs
    December 25, 1940 - May 15, 2023
    Vivian (McKeen) Beatty
    December 22, 1928 - May 07, 2023
    Patricia M. (Wissner) Kowalok
    June 10, 1931 - May 06, 2023
    Mary A. “Bubbles” (Schinneller) Benson
    August 18, 1932 - May 05, 2023

    Frequently Asked Questions

    There are many advantages when you take care of your final arrangements in advance. The most obvious benefit is financial, but there are a number of emotional benefits, too. When you make arrangements in advance you have a better opportunity to make informed choices. If you decide to prepay, you guarantee today’s prices, and can take advantage of affordable payment plans. We can provide additional professional advice on pre-planning and prepaying.

    This easy-to-use form should take only a few minutes to complete and will require contact information, and your site/property and memorialization preferences. You’ll have the option to select services, based on your preferences and the associated costs. View or complete the Pre-Planning Form now.

    Burial in a casket is the most common method of disposing of remains in the United States, although entombment also occurs. Cremation is increasingly selected because it can be less expensive and allows for the memorial service to be held at a more convenient time in the future when relatives and friends can come together.

    A funeral service followed by cremation need not be any different from a funeral service followed by a burial. Usually, cremated remains are placed in urn before being committed to a final resting place. The urn may be buried, placed in an indoor or outdoor mausoleum or columbarium, or interred in a special urn garden that many cemeteries provide for cremated remains. The remains may also be scattered, according to state law.

    There are a number of options available, including:

    • Determine if the deceased person qualifies for any entitlements. Check with the Social Security Administration, the Department of Veterans Affairs, and with your State Fund. Many people are entitled to get financial assistance with their funeral costs from these agencies if they qualify.
    • Review all insurance policies the deceased person has, including life insurance. Some life insurance policies have coverage clauses for funeral related costs.
    • Find local charities providing financial help for funeral expenses. Search for non profit organizations and for churches in your area.
    • Talk to your funeral director about cremation options – these can be much less expensive depending on your choices.

    It really depends entirely on how you wish to commemorate a life. One of the advantages of cremation is that it provides you with increased flexibility when you make your funeral and cemetery arrangements. You might, for example, choose to have a funeral service before the cremation; a memorial service at the time of cremation or after the cremation with the urn present; or a committal service at the final disposition of cremated remains. Funeral or memorial services can be held in a place of worship, a funeral home or in a crematory chapel.

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    We have 2 funeral homes conveniently located in the North Hills and Cranberry Township. Please use the maps below to get directions.

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