Funeral Services Should be a Reflection of the Life Lived
We also believe that there are many ways to honor the memory of a loved one. Each person is unique and the funeral service should be a reflection of the life lived. We will endeavor to make each funeral service meaningful and emotionally comforting for the family while paying tribute to the life and legacy of the person who has died. We encourage personalization through the following services:
- Photo collages and displays
- Displaying personal mementos of a special interest or hobby
- Memorial folders with a special poem, thought, prayer, or quotation significant to the life of your loved one
- Playing favorite music during visitation and before, during and after the funeral service. Music should be a “personal” choice, not necessarily a “traditional” choice
- Sharing stories and special memories with the person conducting the service to make the funeral service more personal
- Casket and urn personalization
Quality Personalized Funeral Services at Reasonable Prices
We are proud to be able to offer a variety of services to fit your special needs with the intent to provide these services at a high standard. We specialize in providing attention to details while serving you with compassion, integrity and professionalism. Our staff will strive to make each funeral service one you will remember and cherish for years to come. Some of the services we provide include:
- Traditional Funeral Services
- Graveside Services
- Memorial Services
- Memorial Tribute CD
- Cremation Options
- Pre-Arrangement Services and Options
- Assistance with social security, veterans and insurance benefits, no charge
- Cemetery Monuments and Markers
Edith Mae (Yeager) Denman
Edith Mae (Yeager) Denman Edith Mae (Yeager) Denman, 80, passed away at her home in North Zulch on December 23, 2010. Funeral services are scheduled for 11AM on Tuesday; December 28th at Willowhole Chapel with burial immediately following at Willowhole Cemetery. Bro. Don Semonski will officiate. A visitation is scheduled for Monday; December 27th from 5 – 7PM at Day Funeral Home Chapel. Edith was born February 12, 1930 in her parent’s home in Iola. She worked for many years at the Goodrum Nursing Home (now known as Madisonville Care Center) and for Allee Clothing Company. She was a member of Grace Baptist Church where she and her husband were instrumental in the construction of the building.
Edith was preceded in death by her parents, Peter Breece and Myra Ann (Beckham) Yeager; her husband, Robert “Ode” Denman; her son, Jimmy Denman; her brothers, E.F. Yeager and James Yeager; and her sister, Bena Byars. Survivors include her sisters, Lorena Reinhardt, Alice Isbell, Dorothy “Dot” Conner and her husband Lee, and Rheba Bruge; her daughter in law, Edith Denman; and numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, and nephews. Serving as pallbearers are: Amin Rosado, Bobby Denman, Patrick Roberts, Sam Cole, Kenneth Conner, and Tommy Conner. Please visit www.dayfuneralhome.net to leave a fond memory or message of sympathy for the family.
With an honest approach, quality service, and affordable prices, Day Funeral Home is proud to have been a part of Madisonville and the surrounding communities since 1903.
We encourage you to stop by Day Funeral Home at 514 East Main Street or call (936) 348-2621 with any questions, you may have.