Knollcrest Family Celebrating 25 Years serving your families.

Time has gone by very quickly here. Nearly 3 decades ago, Bob and Elaine Van Staalduinen decided to sell their home and mortgage everything they had to build Knollcrest Funeral Home. Faith is vital to the Van Staalduinen Family and Bob often refers to his role in helping families is as much a ministry as a business. Being there for people in their most difficult times is something important for this family; a mission to help them heal from loss and celebrate life. For Bob and Elaine, it is a blessing to them that two of their children have come to work at Knollcrest. Daughter Holly works in the office, now part time as she raises children of her own and Joshua, who is a Licensed Funeral Director. Adding to the excitement of a Silver Anniversary this year for the funeral home is a family wedding for Josh this August.

As our home continues to grow with our community, our family continues to grow along with it. Knowing that our ministry is continuing into another generation is a great source of joy for us and a renewal of our commitment to all of the families we have served and will serve. We thank you and we’ll continue to be here for you.

For any services, pre-planning or at need, contact us at 630-932-1500 or knollcrest@knollcrest.net

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Pre-planning can be a long or short range plan.

Catherine’s mother sat in the lobby of Knollcrest Funeral Home while attending a visitation for a neighbor from Glen Ellyn area. Mrs. Galvin told her daughter that Knollcrest was where she wanted her wake to be. She said so because she thought Knollcrest was a pretty and cheerful place. Catherine’s father had passed away first, and his arrangements were also at Knollcrest. Catherine’s parents were both Veterans , and her father’s military service was especially important to him.  “Bob and the staff at Knollcrest saw to it that his military service was recognized.”  Two years later, Catherine’s mother’s wishes and military service were honored when it was time for her own services at Knollcrest.  “I’d recommend Knollcrest in a heartbeat,” states Catherine.  And she has.  Like every family we serve, it was an honor to serve Catherine’s family. For any questions about arrangements, Pre-planning or at need, please feel free to call us at 630-932-1500 or visit here.

 We are here to serve you, day and night on any day you need us.

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Knollcrest Funeral Home…Where “Service is an Art”

We’re here to serve you 24/7/365

Knollcrest Funeral Home is ready to answer your call and attend to your needs whether it’s 3 o’clock in the afternoon or 3 o’clock in the morning. That’s all part of the mission and ministry of the Knollcrest family. We are prepared to help you in your most difficult times. When you need comfort, compassion and competence, our family-owned funeral home is ready to serve you at a moment’s notice or in a pre-planning circumstance.  We completely understand that this is among the most difficult things families are called upon to do for their loved ones. We are there to guide you through that difficult time. If you have any questions or would like to speak with us, please contact us at 630.932.1500, any time of day or night, or email us at knollcrest@knollcrest.net

We’re there for you.

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Why we do what we do.

We receive a lot of letters telling us that we made things easier for someone. It’s not because of the “Thank you letters” that we do what we do, but it’s a great reminder of what a privilege it is to be so trusted by families. It’s also a reminder of just how important this responsibility is in the lives of people. There are few vocations out there where people feel compelled to hand write a letter of thanks. These are very dear to us. We read them. Over and over we read them. They certainly testify to the service we’ve provided and we’re very proud of that. They also testify to the “goodness” of the people we serve. That means everything to us. We Thank all of You!

If we can assist you with your arrangements at need or for Pre-Planning, call us at 630-932-1500 or visit us http://www.knollcrestfuneralhome.com/

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There are numerous Cremation options available at Knollcrest

There are numerous options available with Cremation at Knollcrest. Many people don’t realize that you can have a public viewing, a mass or service, or a memorial service to honor their loved one prior to Cremation. In the case of a Memorial, a service afterward is an option many people choose. As a disposition of a loved one, Cremation doesn’t preclude any of the options that are regularly available at Knollcrest for traditional funeral services up to and including a cemetery burial. For all of the choices available with Cremation, a member of the Knollcrest professional staff can answer any questions you may have (click here).

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Many Expenses are Hard to Prepare For

Today, financial planning has become an important part of life for families. Whether it’s college, weddings, new cars, a more suitable home for a growing family, we anticipate these expenses as part of life. One expense we will all be faced with at the end of our lives is funeral expenses. Financial planners have begun to factor this in to the formula of expenses. Not everything happens in the order of life we expect. At Knollcrest, we commit to do our best to help sort through all of the expenses and resources to make this time easier for families who are facing the loss of a loved one. We’ll help process all of the life insurance forms, veteran’s forms and other paperwork that seems so daunting during the planning of services. We’ll wait until the insurance issues are resolved for our costs. We’ll help you make affordable choices while ensuring a dignified service. We’re there to provide comfort any way that we can when you’ve lost a loved one. We’ll work hard to make sure the financial concerns are dealt with while you celebrate the life of your loved one.

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Cremation is an Intermediate Step Toward a Final Resting Place

 

Cremation is an option that has risen dramatically in the past few decades. While the original decision of Cremation for disposition takes some pressure off families, a decision must be made as to where the final resting place of a loved one’s remains still needs to be decided. There are many options for services for Cremation, containers (urns), up to and including a cemetery burial. To discuss all of the options with regard to Cremation with a Knollcrest professional, please (click here)