About Our Funeral Home
Celebrating 166 years of personal service in 2015, TEETERS' Funeral Chapel is currently led by the first Richard Teeter's great-grandson, Dick Teeter and his daughter Julia Teeter-Seiler, the fifth generation in the family firm. They are assisted by Funeral Associate Mark Milton James and additional long-time staff members.
"The tradition of service excellence established by our founder is the goal of each of us at TEETERS' Funeral Chapel. We make every effort to provide caring, competent and superior service to all who come to us for help," Dick Teeter emphasizes.
Now in our 2nd century of service to Hawley and the Lake Region community, TEETERS' Funeral Chapel continues to offer compassionate, affordable and dignified funeral arrangements.
"Each funeral is keyed to meet the individual needs of the families we serve," says President and Supervisor Richard "Dick" Teeter, "whether it is to be traditional or contemporary, religious or non-sectarian, burial or cremation.
" Our commitment to serve had its start way back in 1849 when young cabinetmaker Richard Adam Teeter settled in Hawley. His fine hand-built coffins and furniture began TEETERS', our two family-owned businesses now operated by our fourth and fifth generations." (Right: Dick Teeter shown here with an early TEETERS' hearse, one which has been restored and is often seen at various Hawley area civic celebrations)
We are always available and inquiries are welcome. In addition, for those who are interested, we offer pre-arrangements and pre-financing options. For more information or answers to your questions please contact us for an appointment by calling 570-226-3112 or email info@TeetersFuneralChapel.com. We will respond promptly."
Left photo is near the entry of our 1928 Chapel.
Center picture is Julia Teeter-Seiler, 5th generation of our family firm. Julie has recently completed her training program and is now a fully licensed Funeral Director.
Right photo is Mark M. James, our Funeral Associate.
Dick Teeter was recently recognized by his peers for achieving 50 years as a licensed Funeral Director. The presentation took place at the recent Pennsylvania Funeral Director's Association convention in Grantville, PA. and Paul J. Urban, President of PFDA, congratulates Dick with a wall plaque and a 50 lapel pin. Dick received his FD license in January of 1965 and has been associated with the family business for over 60 years.