You dream it... we make it happen. Gatherings as beautiful and unique as your loved one.
The Altmeyer Family
Since 1917, the Altmeyer Family has been dedicated to serving the community. James Altmeyer Sr. and James Altmeyer Jr. continue the tradition.
Our Southside Home
Newly built in 2018, this state-of-the-art home creates a space of hospitality and sanctuary. The large chapel and full-service reception area is unmatched.
Nationally Recognized for Excellence
Our professional team have been honored to receive several awards for their service.
Our Oceanfront Home
Our Oceanfront home is the first funeral home built in Princess Anne County. This beach home originally built by FD Paul Maestas has been serving beach families since 1951.
Our Riverside Home
The history of our Riverside location dates back to 1889. Riverside is a traditional style funeral home, beautifully remodeled and maintained.
Bucktrout Funeral Home
Bucktrout Funeral Service of Williamsburg began in 1759 as a cabinet and casket manufacturer in Colonial Williamsburg. The oldest funeral home in America, Bucktrout provides premium funeral services to the people of Williamsburg and the surrounding areas.
Our Chesapeake Home
Situated on over 2.5 acres of land. Fully renovated in 2011, this location was the first funeral home in Chesapeake with a history dating back to 1968.
Our Denbigh Home
Renovated in 2013, this facility offers a dine-in reception hall and kitchen, two visitation rooms with seating for 150 people, a chapel with seating for 200.
As the areas most preferred funeral service provider, we offer a variety of tailored services and ceremonies. Our professional team, convenient locations, and fleet compose a dignified event and experience.
In my opinion, there is no better facility in Virginia than Altmeyer Funeral Homes. Not only was Chris Sisler there to hold my hand every step of the way, his family members were holding the door on the day of the funeral to help and encourage me. I will never forget their grace. He led me and my family through the process as a personal friend and neighbor, and as the ultimate professional.