As the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to have an impact on our way of life, we want you to know that your safety is our main goal. There will be temporary changes in the way that visitations, funeral ceremonies and memorial services will be scheduled. Many churches and meeting places have closed. We will follow the recommendations set by the Governor and Centers for Disease Control, but we will never change the quality of care that you come to expect. It is not known how long this will be in effect, but be assured that we will continue to operate 24/7 to serve you. We will be pro-active to make our facilities a safe place. We ask that if you have a fever or flu symptoms not to come in but contact us by phone (217-367-1122), email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or on our website at www.rennerwikoffchapel.com.
An Environment for Sharing & An Atmosphere of Caring Locally Owned and Operated
The people we meet and the relationships we form throughout our lives are an important part of who we are. These friendships enrich our lives and build relationships that are dependable and long lasting. Renner-Wikoff Chapel has a long-time tradition of reaching out to the community.
We are hopeful that this web site will be useful while considering options of services. Phone calls are always welcome for specific questions. We provide Pre-Need and At-Need services and can guide you through the arrangement or pre-arrangement process to help you design a meaningful service for you and your family.
We also have an on-site crematory which means that your loved one never leaves our care until all services are completed and released to the family.
During our many years of service to the community we have continued to make every effort to provide individualized and dignified services to make this last moment meaningful. Take extra comfort during difficult times knowing that we are always available. Your road to healing and closure begins here.
Sincerely, Matt Schable, Stephen Ater, Shelly Burgess and Jason Burgess