FEMA now offers financial assistance up to $9,000 for certain funeral expenses that families incurred from the death of a loved one due to COVID-19. The FEMA website has complete information about eligibility requirements, documentation you will be required to provide as part of your application (e.g., a copy of your loved one’s death certificate and proof of funeral expenses incurred), and how to start the application process. Applications begin April 12, 2021, by calling FEMA at 844-684-6333, (TTY 800-462-7585), weekdays from 8 am-8 pm, central time. Click here to visit FEMA's site for details and assistance.
Leonard A. Turowski Jr., Todd N. Turowski, Marilyn Rauh, and Paul Potti.
Thayer-Rock Funeral Home has been committed to providing caring, quality, and professional service to Farmington and neighboring communities since 1933. We are proud to be family owned and independently operated for over 89 years.
The Thayer-Rock staff is passionate about providing the funeral your family wants. We will personalize your loved one’s funeral, be it a traditional or simple service, because when the individual is special, the funeral should be too.
Thayer-Rock Funeral Home offers traditional funerals, cremation and memorial services.
Our facility is barrier-free and handicapped accessible, all on one floor, with space available to accommodate up to four family visitations and their guests. Our spacious lounge is conveniently located on our main level. We welcome baked goods and deli trays for the comfort of families during visiting hours.
You are welcome to further explore our website. You can view our merchandise options, stop by our links page, or obtain pre-planning information online. Just click on the "Pre-Planning" link at the top of this page. Our Simple Planner takes only a moment to complete. We hope the information on this website will be helpful to you and your family. We encourage you to visit whenever we can be of service or you may contact us 24 hours a day at (248) 474-4131.
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Thayer Funeral Home was established in 1933 by lifetime Farmington Resident, Howard W. Thayer. Mr. Thayer conducted funerals from 1933-1961 in a two story building that was located east of Farmington Road on Grand River Avenue, in Downtown Farmington.