Egan-Ryan Funeral Service is committed to provide assistance to families by caring for the deceased. We realize the death of a family member is a major event, and consider it an honor to be able to offer aid at this time.
Service will be given with sacredness, respect, courtesy, technical expertise, and state of the art facilities and equipment. It is our hope that through excellent service, we will offer families consolation at a very difficult time.
The philosophy of the EGAN-RYAN COMPANY, has passed down to current owners Bob and Andy Ryan from their fathers, grandfather, & great grandfather.
Honesty, dignity, and dedication are our guiding principles to provide each family with service second to none.
means being fair and straight-forward with every family that walks through our door.
is practiced through respect and honor for the deceased and their surviving relatives.
is apparent in this family business, owned and operated by five generations.
We at Egan-Ryan Funeral Home feel it is important to update how we are handling services during this CoronaVirus (COVID 19) pandemic.
Our primary concern remains the safety of the families we serve and our staff. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) and Surgeon General have recommended keeping gatherings to less than 10 persons. As well the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) has prohibited mass gatherings of over 50 people. Despite Governor DeWine exempting funeral service, the governor strongly recommends small private funeral/memorials. We agree with the Governor’s perspective and have adopted it as our practice until further notice from these our public health agencies and officials.
Additionally, we ask individuals to call rather than visit unannounced our offices as we will also try to stagger our staffing to adhere best we can to governmental request to enable more social distancing of staff. Always feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns. Let us keep all those affected by this pandemic as well as all the critical care individuals and our leaders in our prayers.