Advantage Roselawn Funeral Home and Cemetery
In 1956, George A. Morton opened Roselawn Memorial Gardens, and since that time, we have continued to grow into one of the largest perpetual care cemeteries in West Virginia. Our property features 13 beautifully landscaped gardens, six mausoleum buildings, including a chapel mausoleum, and private estates that span 109 acres.
In May 2008, Roselawn Funeral Home opened adjacent to the cemetery, making us the only full-service facility in Southern West Virginia. Since that time, we have continued to served Princeton and Southern West Virginia by delivering the best in funerals and cremations to families of all faiths, cultures and budgets. Our spacious funeral chapel, viewing rooms and a hospitality lounge are ready to accommodate any type of service.
We understand that many families value price-sensitive funeral and cremation services. Whether a death has just occurred or you're preplanning your own service, you can count on our compassionate, knowledgeable staff to answer your questions and help you plan a service with just what you want and need, at a price that's right for you.
Gary W. Diehl, Funeral Home Licensee-in-Charge\General Manager