Now offering Celebration of Life Video Documentaries
Imagine telling the life story of your loved one or even yourself. More than a mere photo slide show, our new Celebration of Life Video Documentaries allow you to express yourself and leave a lasting legacy. We digitize your photos, incorporate your video, assist with script writing and music selection, record voice overs, and even capture video interviews with your family and friends. Call us today to discuss adding this to your preplan or creating one for a loved who has already passed.
The Historic Feeney Mansion & Funeral Home
The John Feeney Funeral Home is located in the beautiful Centre Park Historic District, minutes from Route 12 (Warren Street Bypass), Albright College, Charles Evans Cemetery, and Berks History Center. Our spectacular Victorian Mansion provides the most elegant, historical atmosphere in Berks County to Celebrate the Life of a loved one with Family and Friends.
Our Family are also Patrons of the Arts, hosting performing arts concerts at our historic mansion throughout the year for nearly two decades. We proudly support the operas performed by Berks Opera Company, who meet monthly in our conference room. We look forward to your visits and the opportunity to serve, to comfort, to sing, and to remember precious times through life's touching moments.
Live Funeral Webcasting
Our funeral home is pleased to offer webcasting, which allows family and friends who live far away, or who have limited mobility, to take part in the religious or memorial service of a loved one. These webcasts are available to watch anytime, from anywhere in the world, in the privacy and convenience of one's home.
Feb. 6, 7, 13, and 14, 2016
The Impressionists & Claude Monet FREE Lecture Series
with artist and impressionist expert Patricia Rynski d’Argence from Vernon, France.
May 26–June 3, 2016
Cruise from Paris to Normandy. See Omaha Beach, American Cemetery, Rouen France, the home of Claude Monet, and exciting Paris. $3,299 + air.
Centre Park Garden Tour.
Tour our nine gardens while enjoying music and strudel in our courtyard. Free to public.