At Bradshaw-Carter Funeral Home, we do, indeed, try to offer you a home—a comforting and inviting place to gather in remembrance and celebration of lives lived well. Our experienced staff is committed to this vision and passionate about making your time with us as memorable and uplifting as possible. We bring together decades of experience caring for families of all cultural backgrounds and diverse walks of life. We pledge to treat you and your loved ones just like family, and we guarantee to offer services that meet all of your specifications while exceeding all of your expectations.
Licensed staff members are available around the clock—24 hours a day, 7 days a week—to discuss your needs. Whether you are doing pre-planning or need to hold a service soon, we are ready to answer our phone and offer you warm, friendly, and empathetic service.
Offering an exquisite environment, and options to personalize any service
The richness and elegance of our décor is meant not only to inspire and comfort our guests, but also to better honor those whose lives we remember and celebrate. The surroundings here are light and tastefully upbeat—the better to facilitate true life-honoring celebrations. On that note, we also offer myriad options for those who plan their services with us, including many hand-made caskets and urns, catering options with full “wake menus,” and plenty of options for in-house music.
Bradshaw-Carter is the brainchild of the late Ron Bradshaw, who was long respected as an interior decorator and designer before he entered the funeral and memorial trade. His eye for aesthetics informs everything about Bradshaw-Carter, which is now operated by his long-time partner Tripp Carter.
Memorable cremation services, life celebrations and more
Bradshaw-Carter provides a number of services, including cremation services, burials, memorial and life celebrations, military services, pre-planning options, and beyond. What makes this funeral home unique, however, is that it is indeed a true home—a comfortable and inviting place where one family is served at a time, and where those who gather in remembrance are unhurried as they pay respects to friends and loved ones.