Jenkins Funeral Chapel & Crematory

The Jenkins Funeral Chapel has been an active participant in the West Shore communities for over 75 years. Serving surrounding cities Westlake, North Olmsted, Bay Village, Rocky River, Fairview Park, Avon, Avon Lake, North Ridgeville, Olmsted Township and many others. Our location on Dover Center Road, originally built in 1875, was one of the area's first schoolhouses. It was first remodeled into a funeral home in 1915 to serve your grandparents' families. We operated one of the first local ambulance services -- long before emergency services were available in many localities. Unlike other funeral homes that are part of big, multinational organizations, Jenkins Funeral Chapel is fourth generation family owned and operated. Jenkins is more than just a business member of the community, we live here, our children go to school here and we share your concerns and interests in the day to day events that shape our community.

Our Services

The smoothest path is one tailored to meet your individual needs, where your tastes and preferences influence each aspect of the journey, and where each nuance reflects the things you hold dear to your desires and personality.  In a sense, your life is one long journey, and it is our desire to assist you in making those memories personal and reflect the journey you and your family have been on.

Our Services

 

Our Resources

Our Resources

Today, as Westlake's first and most recognized family-owned and operated funeral home and crematory, we pledge to continue to provide the same caring, personal attention to your families' individual needs, as we always have. We offer integrity, quality, teamwork, honesty, good freindships, trust, Christian living, plain talk, dignity respect, and perhaps most importantly, local experience. Ask us how we can save the family of every Veteran over $5000.00 when selecting a National Cemetery rather than a privately owned cemetery.  Jenkins Funeral Chapel, along with Keith A. Jenkins, Andrew J. Jenkins and Jim Gilmore will continue to be here when you need us.

 

Our Facilities

Historically funerals were held in the decedents home or where close family members lived.  As decades passed and families grew, funerals were moved out of the family home and into a local funeral home.  Our funeral home provides all the conveniences of home without being overly pretentious.  The decor allows for comfort and function of any type of service your family would desire, whether that be an intimate gathering, a service held outdoors, or services for even the largest of families

Our Facilities

 

Associations

Order of the Golden Rule
Better Business Bureau

 

Memorials

William Joseph Major Sr.

William J. Major, age 71, beloved husband of Carol Major (nee Wimer). Loving father of Kim Rundo (dec.), Bill Major Jr. (Jodi Lynn) and Amy Major. Grandfather of Avery and Zach. Brother of Suzanne Laffey and the late Carol Ba...

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Brenda L. Gerbick

Brenda L. Gerbick, (nee Mansfield), age 77, beloved wife of the late Robert J. Gerbick.  Dear mother of Amy Gerbick and Carrie Scullin (Chris).  Loving grandmother of Avery and Aiden. Sister of Paula Williams (Steve...

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Rose Domokos

Rose Domokos (nee Ruck) age 97, of Westlake passed away Friday September 6, 2019.Loving wife of the late Ernest for 61 years. Dear mother of Carole McGlone (Bradley) and Richard (Trina- deceased). Cherished grandmother of Jen...

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Mark Wells Humphrey

Mark Wells Humphrey, age 69 passed peacefully at Ames Family Hospice House in Westlake, Ohio on August 27, 2019.  Mark was the beloved husband of Sharon for twenty-nine years. Loving father of Tara (Jason). Dear grandfat...

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Patricia A. Pavli

Patricia A. Pavli (nee Beleski), 81, beloved wife of Al. Dear mother of Christine Karabinus (Mitch) and Susan Messier (Jon). Fond grandmother of Grace Karabinus, Max Karabinus and Jon Grey Messier. Daughter of the late Joseph...

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Howard R. Erskine "Rod"

Howard R. Erskine “Rod”, age 86, beloved husband of the late Mary M. Erskine (nee Berdan). Dear father of Nancy Trexler (Phil), Patricia “Tricia” Erskine and the late David Erskine. Loving grandfather ...

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John K. Michalczyk

John K. Michalczyk beloved husband of Adrienne (nee Barnes). Dear father of Jordan and Nicole. Son of the late Alex Michalczyk and Polly Black (nee Knight). Beloved son in law of Karen Ann Barnes. Brother of Alex (Karen) and ...

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Sandra L. Moskwa

Sandra Moskwa (nee Socha), age 72, beloved wife of Walter Moskwa for 44 years. Loving mother of Stefanie Reid, Kenneth Moskwa, Jessica Hawkins, and Christopher Moskwa.  Adoring grandmother of T.J. Reid, Austin Reid, and ...

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Deborah Jean Wagner

Deborah Jean Wagner, passed away peacefully on August 15, 2019. Cherished daughter of Donald and Susan Wagner. Loving sister of Shelley Kokitka (Michael) and Mark Wagner (Shook). Dear nieces and nephew Kyle, Allison, Anna and...

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Marion Creviston

Marion Creviston (nee Snedden), age 98, beloved wife of the late Donald P. Creviston. Dear mother of Richard L. (deceased), Sue Kaste and Dan Creviston. Grandmother of Debbie (Tom), Douglas, Rebecca, Steven (Amanda), Matthew ...

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