Kroeger funeral Home home is the former Fitch-Coleman home, built in 1834 by Dr. (and U.S. Senator) Graham Fitch. Bricks were imported from England to build this house -- they were transported to Logansport via the Wabash-Erie Canal. Fireplaces were imported from Italy. This notable house occupies one of the four corners in the central historic district in downtown Logansport.
Our historic but modern funeral home offers the following comforts for the families we serve:
Large, comfortable chapels and family rooms in the quiet dignity of classic decor.
Complete audio system, including organ music by request. Video memory disk presentation service.
Fully handicapped-accessible. (Barrier-free, including restrooms) Designated parking spaces.
Family Room/Lounge with sink, refrigerator & microwave. Complementary coffee service.
Free Wifi throughout
Ample off-street parking for visitations and valet parking for funerals.