Sisk-Butler Funeral Home is Bessemer City's hometown funeral home. Our professional staff is second to none. Our experienced funeral directors, funeral assistants and office professionals are highly-trained, compassionate local people who strive to guide grieving families through the most difficult days they will face in life. Our staff will attend to every detail in order to provide the very best personalized service possible.

Sisk-Butler has a long and rich heritage which began many years ago. Frank Sisk owned a furniture store in Bessemer City and began selling caskets in 1928. He went to embalming school in Chicago in 1930 and then returned home to open Sisk Funeral Home on Virginia Avenue. He married Ellen Teague the same year.

In 1941 he built a funeral home on Eleventh Street. Needing a larger facility, Frank Sisk bought the Goldberg home at our present location in 1960. In 1962 his son-in-law, Joe Butler, joined the business. They added a new building in 1965 which included a large chapel.

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In 1974 the funeral home was renamed Sisk-Butler Funeral Home. Frank Sisk died in 1989 and the Butlers sold the funeral home to the Loewen Group in June, 1990.

In September 1991 the old portion of the funeral home burned and the corporation rebuilt the present building in 1992.



Donna K. Baker came to Sisk-Butler on January 1, 1995 as a manager and later began purchasing the funeral home on February 14, 2001.





Eddie Pigg, who has been licensed as a funeral director/embalmer since 1988, joined our staff in March of 2008.

J. Scott Garrett, a lifelong resident of Bessemer City, joined our staff in 2006. In February of 2012 Scott became licensed as a funeral director/embalmer.

Our professional office administrator is Bessemer City resident Desi LaCount.

Our very able funeral assistant staff includes Don Capell, Jerry Alford, Tony Baker, Harold Garrett, Justin Moore, Carl Byrd and Jerry David Hall III.



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