JOHN J. BRYERS FUNERAL HOME INC

406 North Easton Road

Willow Grove Pennsylvania 19090

215-659-1630

215-659-4517 fax

bryersfh@gmail.com

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The John J. Bryers Funeral Home, Inc. has been a family owned and operated funeral home serving Willow Grove, Huntingdon Valley, Abington, Horsham, Hatboro, Warminster, Warrington, Upper Dublin, Oreland, Doylestown and Glenside for over 60 years.  We take great pride in serving people of all Faiths, Cultures, and Nationalities. 

Founded by John J. Bryers Sr. and his wife Ann Bryers, the original Funeral Home was located on Allegheny Avenue in Philadelphia and relocated to Willow Grove in the early 1970s. John Sr. and Ann ran the business together until John Sr. passed away in 1982. Ann continued to run the Funeral Home with the help of her son John J. Bryers Jr. until 1998 when she retired. John then brought in Jeffrey S. Thompson to run the daily operations of the Funeral Home. With the business growing John and Jeff added Brian Hurst to the staff in 2002, and Keith J. Murphy in the fall of 2004.

Today Jeff, Keith and Brian run the Funeral Home from day to day helping the families that we serve. We take great pride in treating every family as if it were our own and are proud supporters of our community. 

Jeff is currently a member of the Willow Grove Lions Club, Keith is a member of the Lionsville Lions CLub and the Chester County Funeral Directors Association, and Brian is a member of the Willow Grove Rotary Club.

 

 

The staff of the John J. Bryers Funeral Home is available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week to help the families that we serve.

 

The Funeral Home is located on the corner of Allison Road and North Easton Road (Route 611) right next to St. David Church. With an ample parking lot and plenty of on street parking the John J. Bryers Funeral Home is able to accommodate any size service. The Funeral Home is handicap accessible, there are no stairs going into the building to make it easier for guests. The viewing room is rather large and able to seat over 100 people.