WHO WE ARE

Located in historic Tuskegee, Alabama and founded in 1915, The Peoples Funeral Home, Inc. is family owned and operated. Hal E. Bentley, a fifth generation mortician, and his wife Sonja have three daughters working in the business (Halle, Hope and Hanna).

Our staff takes pride in providing exceptional service, understanding and caring for bereaved families. Our mission is to display dignity and respect. Your comfort and emotional support is our goal. A large staff is available for the public needs as well. Please feel free to call us at any time 7 days a weeks and 24 hours a day.

Our Staff

Our staff takes pride in providing exceptional service, understanding and caring for bereaved families. Our mission is to display dignity and respect. Your comfort and emotional support is our goal. A large staff is available for the public needs as well. Please feel free to call us at any time 7 days a weeks and 24 hours a day.

Our Facilities

The facility and parking lot encompasses an entire block centered by Fonville Street, Church Street and Montgomery Road. Our state-of-the art facility has three chapels for families comfort and convenience. The building is spacious and versatile enough that no family is “second” because one chapel is occupied. Arrangement offices provide a comfortable, spacious and private area for families to make funeral arrangements and pre-needs.

Peoples Funeral Home’s parking lot is paved and striped for your safety. There are three different public entrances into our building. This allows your family and friends easy access to enter our facility. All entrances are wheelchair accessible. There are five on-site restrooms which are also handicap accessible. Our indoor garage houses our vehicles (limousines and hearses).

Our Community

The City of Tuskegee is rich in history and beauty. The historic campus of Tuskegee University holds a statue of Booker T. Washington, the airplane of Gen. Daniel “Chappie” James, and the George Washington Carver Museum—to name a few. There is also historic Moton Field, home of the legendary Tuskegee Airmen, and there are many other sites that are a visitor’s delight.