110 W. New York Ave.
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Lohman Funeral Home Deltona opens
posted Jan 12, 2012 - 3:46:49pm
With almost 90,000 residents, the city of Deltona is the largest and fastest growing city between Jacksonville and Orlando andc for the first time, they now have their own funeral home.
On Dec. 11, Lohman Funeral Home opened a new location right in the heart of Deltona at 1681 Providence Blvd., just down from City Hall.
The city’s business development administrator, Jerry Mayes, was quoted saying “the new Lohman Funeral Home not only adds another business to the city, but also fills a commercial building that had been vacant since mid-2009 and which had fallen into disrepair.”
The vacant, 6,000 square-foot building, which formerly housed offices and a restaurant, was renovated over the past six months into a beautiful facility that includes a chapel and a reception area appointed with stained-glass and chandeliers.
“We knew the community in Deltona needed and deserved a beautiful and convenient funeral home of their own,” said Lowell Lohman, President and CEO of Lohman Funeral Homes, Cemeteries & Cremation. “We will offer traditional funerals and memorial services as well personal tributes and celebrations of life.
Lohman Funeral Home Deltona will operate in-sync with its other locations, especially Deland Memorial Gardens - a Lohman Cemetery. “With both the funeral home and our cemetery, we can now offer families in the Deltona and Deland area one single continuum of care. They can go to a single place and work with one staff member for all their funeral, cremation and burial services.” said Mrs. Lohman, who oversees the funeral division.
The Lohman family also owns their own local crematory for the families they serve. “Our crematory is beautiful, clean and dignified; just as we would want if it were our family,” said Nancy Lohman.
For more information, call Nancy Lohman at Lohman Office, 725 W. Granada Blvd., Suite 48, Ormond Beach, Florida. (386) 615-1100 or fax (386) 615-0070.
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