October 31 - November 2 2020 - Full Harvest
Saturday, October 31, 2020
Various cultures have created holidays to recognize the time of full harvest at the end of October and the beginning of November – All Hallows’ Eve, Halloween, All Saints’ Day, All Souls’ Day, and Día de los Muertos to name a few. You too can stop to remember, honor and celebrate your deceased loved ones. Below are suggestions of things you can do.
March 2023 - Ramadan
We wish you a meaningful month, for those of you celebrating Ramadan!
March 20 2023 - Naw-Ruz
For those of you celebrating today, we wish you a meaningful holiday!
March 20 2023 - First Day of Spring!
It’s the first day of spring! We hope you notice spring happening both outside and inside of you!
March 17 2023 - St. Patrick's Day
To those of you celebrating, Happy St. Patrick's Day!
March 13 2023 - K9 Veterans Day
Today is National K9 Veterans Day, a day to honor the dogs and the work they do in our military. We're grateful for those dogs and our grief therapy dog, Monroe.
March 12 2023 - Daylight Savings!
Don't forget to change your clocks! Don't forget to change your clocks!
March 11 2023 - Funeral Director Recognition Day
Today is Funeral Director Recognition Day. Thank you F. Glenn Fleming, Jay Herrington, Katie Monsell, and Funeral Director-in-Training Jenny Miller. Thank you also to all funeral directors who serv...
Celebrating Women's History Month & Koch Funeral Home Staff Members!
We our proud to honor the women in our community and on our staff. Thank you all!
March 8 2023 - International Women's Day
Imagine a gender equal world. A world free of bias, stereotypes, and discrimination. Learn more.
March 3 2023 - Employee Appreciation Day
Today is Employee Appreciation Day! We are so grateful for the dedicated and compassionate individuals who serve Koch Funeral Home families!