For the past 100 years combined service, The Klaassen Family has been providing families of the Tri-Cities with personalized, quality funeral and cremation care. 

Our state of the art facility is designed with you, our extended family, in mind. Everything in our facility is located on one floor--there are no steps, and there is a large, well-lit parking lot with a canopy at the front door, a chapel for services, reception area and a private lounge for families.  

We are the original single family-owned and family-operated funeral home serving Grand Haven, Spring Lake, Ferrysburg, Fruitport, Norton Shores and West Olive.  

We are committed to excellent service and attention to detail.  

We serve families of all faiths and traditions.  It is our family's mission to provide compassionate, yet individualized service, to help families and friends part with loved ones.  Together we will celebrate a life well lived and cherish memories held so dear, using tribute videos, family picture boards, personal memento tables and unique displays during the visitation and service.

If you are facing a death in your family and need professional, caring assistance, or information, please contact us at 616-842-9495.  We are available to help you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

When visiting our website to sign the online guest register book, or share a memory with a family we are serving, please click on the obituary.

If you are interested in advanced funeral planning or you would like to transfer your current pre-planned arrangements, The Klaassen Family is available to help you.  Please stop in to visit or contact us at 616-842-9495 and we will be able to answer any questions you may have.

After all, it's about "Our Family Serving Your Family."

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Myrtle Beach, SC (formerly of Grand Haven)
Spring Lake

What Our Families Are Saying...

Jeri Ashcraft
Scott Klaassen

I'm sorry it has taken this long to write to you of my feeling and pleasure of dealing with Klaassen Family Funeral Home. As the time passes it becomes easier for me to address certain issues without the emotional interruption... Its very difficult to write this even now...

February 2nd was a very sad day for me and our family. I lost my wife, my friend, Faye Menard. She was a very important person in all of our lives... We would have been married for 30 years this June. We had been friends for over 50 years... Many friends and family are very sad to see Faye leave this world...

When Faye's mother passed away several years ago, we used Klaassen Family Funeral Home for her service. they were there to help us through this difficult time... This is why we chose Klaassen Family Funeral Home again for Faye's service.

When we found out that Faye was given six months to live in October, I/we started to plan for this loss early. I was able to gather pictures and other memorabilia for her final days. When it was a few weeks before her passing, I visited your facility. I was greeted by Jeri (Ashcraft), she started to make our plans for the what will happen. Scott (Klaassen) joined us later in the meeting. Everything was explained to me as to what would take place and how we would go about it. A list of materials was given to me and thus the road map for the inevitable day that was coming. One thing stuck in my mind, Scott told me no matter what time of day or night I will be there after Faye passes. As the days went by, I would stop in and check to see if I needed to do anything.

The day arrived on February 2nd 2022; Faye passed away just after 11:15 PM... The home called Scott and told him what had happened and within the hour of being called, he was there with an associate to move Faye to the Funeral Home. It was nice to see a friendly face during these times...

Lorie and I met with Scott on the days following Faye's passing. This is what's going to happen... We were able to get picture boards, songs that Faye liked and many pictures and mementos for the service. The Funeral Home was busy at this time with other families in the same situation we were experiencing... BUT all the time, we never felt that we were not their main concern. There were many discussions as to what we wanted for Faye's service; every detail was worked out. Scott also worked with my family early one Sunday, between other families, just for a 4-hour showing, family only. That was very appreciated by all.

Scott and Jeri would call or see me and ask if it was OK to do this or do you want something different. I do believe everything we suggested was approved.

In summation, the way we were treated by the Klaassen family during this very emotional loss of Faye is why we came to this facility in the past. We will also be using them in the future. When some of the darkest days are surrounding you and your family, it's very gratifying to know that they are there to help. Is there anything you need, or can I something for you, call anytime! What a wonderful experience under very trying times...

John Menard and ALL our Family


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