Posted in Ambler Funeral home, Ambler PA, Bereavement Tagged Ambler Funeral Home, Bereavement, Funeral Home
March 12, 2012
Urban Funeral Home Secures Grant for
The Center for Loss and Bereavement
Skip and Dolores Urban of the Anton B. Urban Funeral Home in Ambler recently presented a $1500.00 grant check to Shirley Elrod, Co-founder and Executive Director of The Center for Loss and Bereavement. Funds will be used to support Nello’s Corner which is a unique, high quality program, offering grief support to children and their families who have experienced the death of an immediate family member.
“We were happy to sponsor Nello’s Corner and partner with the York Children’s Foundation. A child that learns to cope effectively with the death of a loved one benefits the child, the family, and the community.” To learn more about Nello’s Corner and The Center for Loss and Bereavement, visit their website at www.bereavementcenter.org
The York Children’s Foundation is a non-profit organization that awards quarterly grants to non-profit organizations that work solely for the benefit of children. To learn more please contact Dolores at 215-646-8556 or visit us at www.UrbanFuneralHome.comLeave a comment
Posted in Ambler PA, Uncategorized, Welcome Tagged Amber Funeral Home, Funeral Planning, Honoring A Life Lived, Pre-Planning Funeral, Upper Dublin Funeral Home
A Life Lived is worth Honoring. Our Professional Funeral Directors understand your needs. Your Loved One is Unique, so planning a Unique Funeral Service that meets your needs and expectations is what we do best. Contact us today, if you need us now or in the future, we are here to help you make an informed decision.Leave a comment
Ambler Funeral Home- An early 1900′s Historical Picture of the building that would become the site of the Upper Dublin Township Building in 1946, and then the Anton B. Urban Funeral Home in 1964.
Posted in Ambler PA, News, Welcome Tagged ambler, history, pennsylvania
This is an early 1900′s picture of our property. Read about the property History below or click here to see our building today.
Our Funeral Home was built as a private residence in 1886 by George and John Thomas. Upper Dublin Township bought the home in 1946. It remained the as the Township Building until 1963 when the Township moved to its current location on Loch Alsh Avenue. Anton and Trudy bought the building from the township and turned the home into both their private residence and the Anton B. Urban Funeral Home. See more Upper Dublin and Ambler history.Leave a comment