Our Southgate Chapel provides your family with comfort and privacy in an elegant setting to ensure you have the best possible experience to honor your loved one. Each individual chapel offers privacy and is spacious ensuring ample room for all of your guests.
We serve all faiths and cultures. No matter what your beliefs, we are here to assist you in creating a unique service that fits the life of your loved one. We are sensitive to every families financial circumstances. By offering many service and merchandise options, we strive to accommodate every families needs.
Our graphic designers have a passion for helping families create a unique, personalized and meaningful service that honors your loved one's life. Personalizing your loved one's visitation room is encouraged. Many families choose to bring in picture boards, set up memory tables, or bring in items that help tell their loved one's unique story. We offer many distinctive services such as custom casket panels, bagpipers, dove release, military honors, one of a kind floral arrangements, personalized memorial printing and keepsakes.
Our compassionate team is always available to help facilitate a comfortable experience.
Our goal is to make families as comfortable as possible in our funeral homes; we truly want to make them feel that this is an extension of their own home.
The main lobby is spacious, inviting and elegant with a beautiful spiral staircase and chandelier.
We want you to feel as though our facilities are an extension of your own home. You will find updated decor and beautiful furnishings for any size gathering.
Beautifully decorated lounge area overlooking a tranquil aquarium for times of quiet reflection.
INDIVIDUAL SPACIOUS CHAPELS
Our chapels are all located on the first-floor and designed to accommodate hundreds comfortably in an elegant setting.
PRIVATE FAMILY LOUNGE
Every family will have their own lounge area with a comfortable setting where you will always find a hot pot of of coffee.
AMENITIES OF HOME
We provide our families with coffee, tea, microwave/refrigerator usage and ample counter space to arrange beverages and snacks for your family and friends.
John Molnar, Sr. opened the Detroit Hungarian Funeral Home, now the Molnar Funeral Homes, in 1923. The funeral home began in his home until relocating across the street to it's Delray location at 8623 Dearborn Avenue, in 1936. He had a strong work ethic and believed that you should never stop learning...