Conway-Markham Funeral Home

Conway-Markham Funeral Home


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I, along with my wife, Kris and daughter, Liz would like to extend a warm welcome to our website. Whether you are
seeking current funeral service information, grief support, local resources or are in need of directions to one of our facilities,
we hope you find this site useful.  Our family is dedicated to providing the best possible service with honesty and integrity
to the families we serve.  ~ Ron Markham

 

Current Events   Monthly Newsletter

February 7
Save the Date for New Hampton's 6th Annual Wedding Extravaganza held at the Chickasaw Event Center from 10:00am-1:00pm offering a wide variety of wedding related vendors.  Admission is free, sign up for door prizes!


New Hampton Parks & Rec and New Horizons-Chamber present the 4th Annual Father/Daughter Sweetheart Dance held at First United Methodist Church. Tickets are $25 per father/daughter, $10 per additional daughter. Professional pictures begin at 5:00pm with meal served at 6:00.  Please see the attached flyer for more information.

February 10

Be Bop to the Chocolate Shoppe a chocolate tasting event at Mercy Medical Center - New Hampton Health Education Center from 3:00-5:30pm. $5 to taste 5 delicious treats with over 50 items to choose from.  A second-hand purse sale, too!! See the attached flyer for more information.

February 14
Beta Sigma Phi is having their fund raiser on February 14, Valentine’s Day.  All proceeds go to the scholarship fund. It is going to be a great night of wine & beer tasting, and dinner followed by two comedians.  Come out to the Pub at the Pinicon and join in the fun.  See attached poster for details.  

 

 

 

 

 Because We Care...

 

A 4 yr old boy clung tightly to his mommy as she mourned the loss of her grandfather. He rubbed her back with his tiny hands, catching her tears on his shirt. As he sat up, he kissed her last tear away and smiled. Holding my face, my son, Griffin  told me not to worry because he caught all of my tears.

At that moment, my son was my rock. But how could he possibly understand what had happened, he was only four? As adults we often exclude children from the funeral process thinking they won’t understand or it would be too sad for them. Griffin proved to me throughout the visitation and funeral of his great-grandfather that he not only understood, but accepted what had happened. 

It was with an innocent wisdom of knowing Great-Grandpa was with Jesus that the healing process began for my own son.  To Griffin, he will    always carry them both in his heart.