Archer-Weston History

Our mission is not only to assist families during a difficult period in their lives, but also serve the community as a resource with information regarding the funeral industry.

We have a long history within the Frankfort community. Our 1880’s Victorian home offers the charm and character of the old time funeral home combined with modern comforts that offer our families a setting like no other. Our recent addition of off-street parking helps provide security and safety to those visiting, as well as the families we serve. Our southwest entrance offers ground level entry without the steps.

“We are determined, with the help of God’s grace, to fulfill our obligations to those we serve to the very best of our ability.”

Founded on the principles of “neighbors helping neighbors” Roscoe “Jude” & Marjorie Eller opened the Eller Funeral Home in 1961. Our mission remains the same today, helping families during difficult times. We continue to offer our families services that are simple, practical, & affordable.

Our goal is meeting the needs of families with many different service options and merchandise. With the community in mind, we recently remodeled our chapel to provide a home-like atmosphere for families wishing to have services at Archer-Weston Funeral and Cremation Center. The most recent addition to our facility is Clinton County Crematory, which is the only crematory in our county. This enables us to provide peace of mind to the families that chose cremation knowing their loved one never leaves our care.

Our Commitment

Our commitment is first and foremost helping you. Making things easier for you, whether you desire traditional burial or cremation, our goal remains the same. Your family will experience only the highest standards in service. This respect carries on following the service with our aftercare program, which assists families in their journey through grief. Our goal is to join you in your journey and walk along side you every step of the way.