This website has many purposes. You may use it to search for present services and arrangements or past services that we may have had in the past week. You may also use it to find helpful information about arranging a funeral service as well as pre-arranging a funeral.
We offer many services here at Prewitt Funeral Home, such as Traditional Services, Memorial Services and/or Cremation Services. In addition we offer advice and guidance throughout the decision-making process, answering questions about local customs and costs, assuring that legal requirements are met, and providing whatever equipment, facilities, and technical services are necessary or desired. We are prepared to carry out the wishes of those making the arrangements with understanding and consideration.
Our top priority is and always will be caring for the safety and well-being of the families we serve. On Tuesday, March 17, 2020, Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear, with guidance from the Center for Disease Control, The World Health Organization, The Kentucky Funeral Directors Association, and the National Funeral Directors Association, set forth guidelines as it pertains to Kentucky deaths and funeral services. NO PUBLIC VISITATIONS OR FUNERALS will be held at this time. We are required to limit funerals to the “Closest of Family” with “Private Burials” and all funerals be limited to no more than 10 people.
We understand that these are very difficult times, but we ALL need to do our part to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our communities and throughout the entire state.
UPDATED FUNERAL HOME RESTRICTIONS:
**On June 20, 2020 our restrictions have changed. We still have the same guidelines but we will be able to handle up to 75 people for private services at our New Castle location. We are still unable to utelize our lounge for coffee or the serving of food.
As far as our level of service, nothing has changed. Please feel free to reach out to us with any questions or concerns. As always, thank you for placing your conﬁdence and trust in us. We will work together and get through this as a community.