COVID-19

To all families we serve during this time of public health concern:


Raisley Funeral Home Funeral Home, Inc. will be adhering to the recommendations of all national and local health agencies in regard to the planning and conducting of funeral services. Funeral arrangements may be made either in person with immediate family or via email & phone. All services will be conducted within guidelines set by local health officials. For many families, this will result in funerals being small and for close family.

  • We encourage people to utilize our online obituaries/condolences. Each obituary on our website has an option to send the family a condolence.
  • We are able to livestream services for those who are not in attendance. This allows anyone in the world to be a part of the service. It gives people the opportunity to participate in the service, even though they are not physically able to attend. There is no cost for this service, and it is available to all families.

Thank you for your patience during this time and please know we are open and available 24 hours a day, everyday, as we always have been and always will be.


Raisley Funeral Home and Staff


 

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The Edward L. Raisley Funeral Home
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P.O. Box 486 / 387 Main St.
| Prospect, PA 16052
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Tel: 1-724-865-2442

Our Funeral Home has made a commitment to serve our community. All of the families that we serve are important to us. We constantly strive to offer a wider variety of options to each and every one of them.

The Edward L. Raisley Funeral Home has been a family name for over 111 years. The Funeral Home first opened in 1900, in this location, by Gailey Glenn. He sold it eleven years later to his nephew Robert Glenn. Robert Glenn then moved to Union City, PA and sold this home to his father, Mark C. Glenn in 1922.

Mark Glenn operated the business with his son-in-law, George D. Pyle, from 1922 until he passed away in 1951. George C. Pyle's nephew, Edward L. Raisley, entered the family business in 1965 and became a partner in 1976. They operated the business together until Pyle's death in 1979. Edward L. Raisley ran the family business until he passed away in 1986.

His wife, Judy Raisley, operated the Edward L. Raisley Funeral Home until her daughter, Keri Raisley Hays, was licensed in 1995 and then joined her in the family funeral business.

Today...Judy Raisley, Edward L. Raisley's widow, owns the Funeral Home and her daughter, Keri Raisley Hays, is the licensed Funeral Director and Funeral Home Supervisor.


FEATURED SERVICES.


Send Flowers
View Obituaries

Directly order flowers, view and sign the condolences book, share memories and more to celebrate lives of those dearly missed.

Grief Support
Grief Support

Helpful resources to guide you through the loss of a loved one.

pre-arrangements
Pre-Planning

Take a few moments to express your wishes now and help to ease the burden on your loved ones.

Frequent questions
Frequent Questions

A collection of answers to questions that people often have when arranging for a funeral.


The Edward L. Raisley Funeral Home is a member of:

Butler County 
Funeral
Directors 
Association

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Pennsylvania Funeral 
Directors Association

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National Funeral Directors Association

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