At Irwin M. Judd Funeral Home, our goal is to help guide our families through the process of saying goodbye. We do that by offering a comforting environment, a shoulder to lean on and someone to listen in a supportive community.
We opened our doors in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Since then, we have dedicated our lives to supporting the bereaved families of the Lehigh Valley. We are proud to offer dignified affordable services to all faiths. We will go the extra mile for you our service area is broad, but not limited to Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, Stroudsburg, East Stroudsburg, Reading and Philadelphia.
We are always available for counsel and advice any day or at any hour. The staff of Judd Funeral Home is here to assist you in any way possible.
We welcome the opportunity to earn your trust.
Our Mission at Judd Funeral Home...
To facilitate meaningful ways for families to grieve their loss and celebrate the memories of their loved ones. We will do this by providing information, options, and guidance all with the highest level of competence, courtesy and compassion. We will provide respectful and affordable funeral, cremation and memorialization services in a comfortable environment, always striving to exceed the expectations of each family we serve. We will be the market leader in the facilitation and creation of meaningful funeral experiences. We will serve all families, of all faiths, at all times equally and we will be a Light In Their Darkest Hour.
We invite you to call or stop by and a member of our staff will be happy to assist you.
Irwin M. Judd Funeral Home 1310-1314 W Hamilton St Allentown,
Every Decemeber We Gather In Celebration, To Honor Those That Have Gone Before Us. Information on the 2015 Memorials will be posted here.
Cremation Packages starting at $1,295
We Speak Spanish!
If requested, we will have our staff translator available during the arrangement conference.
What our families are saying...
Went to a funeral there last week. I was completely shocked, I had no idea this place was there. When I walked in the door, I was so pleased. It was clean, smelled good and much larger then I realized. The people working there seemed to really care about what was happening and seems to take an interest in making sure things went as they should. My friends death was a shock and to have him looking so nice and restful was again a pleasant suprise. Been to many funerals in the Valley, most by the same dude... and all I can say, is they could take a lesson or two from these people, because they are on point.