The Anderson Funeral Homes of Escanaba and Gladstone have been faithfully serving Delta County and the surrounding area since 1919. We're proud of our long, rich heritage of three generations in the funeral service. Our sole purpose is to serve families of all faiths and creeds with commitment to excellence, caring and personalized service. The Anderson Funeral Homes have dedicated staff of unquestionable integrity. We take great pride in providing quality, dependable, affordable service and respect for every family that we are privileged to serve. The Anderson Family at all times, will show compassion and provide high quality professional service consistent with our family values. Our vision is to meet each individual's needs and exceed their expectations.
A Brief History of Anderson Funeral Homes
In 1916, C. Arthur Anderson became active in the furniture and undertaking business. By 1926 he moved the Escanaba funeral business from the old Fair Store building to 1220 First Avenue South. In 1950 C. Arthur's son, Arthur joined his partnership and in 1952 they built a new funeral home which is at its present location of 2200 Ludington Street.
In 1966 Arthur and his wife Lois purchased the Kelly Funeral Home in Gladstone and renamed it Anderson Funeral Home. This second site gave families an additional location for the Anderson Family to serve them with all their funeral needs.
In 1980 Arthur's eldest son Chris, graduated from the University of Minnesota with a Bachelor's Degree in Mortuary Science and joined the family business as a third-generation partner. In 1986 Arthur's second son Keith, also graduated from the University of Minnesota with a Bachelor's Degree in Mortuary Science. At that time the three formed a partnership until 1994 when Arthur retired from funeral service and Chris and Keith purchased the business.