Cocklin Funeral Home, Inc. provides funerals and cremation services for families throughout York Springs, Pennsylvania and surrounding Adams County communities. As a non-denominational funeral home, we work with families of all faiths, cultures, and backgrounds. We respect any family traditions or religious customs you want to incorporate into a memorial or funeral service near York Springs.
Like most local funeral homes, our funeral home near York Springs does not have a chapel. Instead, we have several rooms in the funeral home that can accommodate groups of varying sizes. Recently renovated, the spaces are modern, fresh, and comfortable, with soft neutral colors, plush furniture, and artwork by local artists.
Funeral Home near York Springs, Pa
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Our Dillsburg funeral home location is convenient for families in nearby Franklintown, York Springs, Lake Meade, Latimore, Kralltown, Wellsville, Lewisberry, Mechanicsburg, Lisburn, Siddonsburg, Williams Grove, Boiling Springs and all other York, Adams & Cumberland County Communities.
-Flexible event space
-Recently renovated funeral home facility
-Funeral & cremation arrangements in person, by phone or email
-Burial insurance and pre-planning services
-Tribute video production
-Modern audio and visual equipment
-Popular music selections
-Funeral webcasting and livestreaming service
-Obituaries and notification of newspapers
-Cremation urns & merchandise
-Burial & cremation caskets
-Catholic funeral & cremation services, non-religious services, Veteran services, celebration of life and green burials & funerals.
-Cremation jewelry-men's and women's necklaces, bracelets, pendants and rings. We can create custom jewelry made from the thumbprint or your mom, dad or any other loved you.
-Viewing before cremation including embalming and cremation casket
-Cremation urns and keepsakes
-Scattering of ashes-We can help with ash scattering services
-Local private crematory
-Trees from Ashes
York Springs, Pennsylvania was platted as Petersburg within Latimore Township. York Sulphur Springs, the first summer resort in Adams County, was patronized by people from Philadelphia and Baltimore who came to the resort by stage coach. General George Washington and his wife Martha visited the area in the summer of 1799. The water was regarded as medicinal but unpalatable. Analysis claimed 20 parts Epsom salts, 6 parts gypsum, 4 parts common salt, and the balance sulfur. The hotel was destroyed by fire on January 8, 1896. The Springs' popularity decreased with the construction of the railroad and the resort buildings disappeared.
York Springs' previous names were York Sulphur Springs and Petersburg. To completely end confusion with Littlestown, when Petersburg became a borough in 1868 it was named York Sulphur Springs, later shortened to York Springs.
Borough of York Springs, Pa