The Funeral Home was founded in the 1930’s as The Patton Memorial Home by William “Bill” Patton. Upon returning from World War II. K.C. Turner began working for Patton Memorial Home, upon Mr Patton’s death, and in 1957, K.C purchased the funeral and it became known Kenneth C. Turner Funeral Home and eventually Turner Funeral Home, Inc, the very first funeral home in the state of Pennsylvania to incorporate. Upon K.C. Turners death, in 1992, his two sons, Kenneth C. Turner and Jack R. Turner, took over as owners and oversaw the day to day operations of the funeral home. By the mid 2019, Kenneth and Jack decided to step back and slowly transition and take on a full partner. After months of searching and trying to find the exact fit of someone who would carry on K.C’s and Ken and Jack Turner’s legacy of serving Ellwood City, a young man, Adam C. Hyde from Birmingham, AL, was chosen as perfect fit for Turner Funeral Home and to become a full partner, in the summer of 2019.Adam is also a graduate of the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science and holds Funeral Director/Embalmer Licenses in Pennsylvania, Alabama, and Florida.
By October, 2019, Adam C. Hyde and his family came to Ellwood City and assumed full ownership of Turner Funeral Home. Jack Turner is still part of the funeral home, full time, as a funeral director, along with Ken Turner remaining involved as Supervisor of the Funeral Home and advisor. Turner Funeral Home is proud to have served Ellwood City since 1957 and has always remained family owned and operated.
Office Hours: M-F 9am-4pm. Sat 9am-12pm
Of course we are 24/7 when a death has occurred.
- AdamC. Hyde, Funeral Director
- Kenneth C. Turner, Supervisor and Funeral Director
- Jack R. Turner, Funeral Director
- Angela S. Hyde, Office Manager
- Everette Bleakney, Visitation and Funeral Home Associate