Lambeth Troxler Funeral & Cremation Services Serving Greensboro, North Carolina
The staff members of Lambeth Troxler Funeral & Cremation Services will guide your family in creating a meaningful ceremony to honor the life and memory of a loved one. A ceremony can be anything you wish it to be: simple or elaborate, traditional or unique. No matter how it's tailored, such a ceremony is an important step in recovering from loss.
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Flag Retirement Program (Ongoing) Lambeth-Troxler Funeral & Cremation Service is pleased to announce our flag retirement program! We're very excited about this endeavor and are honored to be the only funeral home in the area that offers a flag retirement program. In Title 4, Chapter 1, Section 8 of the United States Code, concerning the American Flag it reads that "the flag, when it is in such condition that it is no longer a fitting emblem for display, should be destroyed in a dignified way, preferably by burning." Taking this into account, Lambeth-Troxler thought that it would be a great idea to honor our fallen veterans by placing a donated flag with them when they are buried or cremated. This will honor the veteran and also correctly destroy the flag with the dignity and respect that the United States Code requires. If you would like to participate in the program, simply bring your flags to the funeral home or give us a call at 336-273-3401 and we'll come to you! Read more
Experiencing the loss of a loved one brings change into our lives on multiple levels. When we lose someone we love, we often become responsible for things we once were not - finances, home maintenance, and even everyday tasks such as cooking. It is with these changes in mind that Lambeth-Troxler Community Care introduces the LifeSteps™ workshops. The unique 5-week LifeSteps™ workshops afford the surviving spouse, companion, parent, child, sibling or friend of someone who has passed on the opportunity to come together with others who have experienced a loss, in a small group setting. Together with area experts, we cover information and practical tips on the necessary steps one must make as the result of loss...topics such as emotional well-being, financial decision-making, travel, home & personal safety, and even tips on healthy cooking available. This FREE community outreach is open to all community members, regardless of whether or not they were served by Lambeth-Troxler Funeral & Cremation Services. WEDNESDAYS 3 P.M. — MARCH 25 - APRIL 22 Education Center, Women’s Hospital 801 Green Valley Road, Greensboro, North Carolina Register Now 336-273-3401 email@example.com Read more
Starts: April 7-May 15th Registration Deadline: March 6, 2015 Open to anyone age 50 & better! www.greensboro-nc.gov/seniorgames For more information about the Greater Greensboro Senior Games or to request a registration form, please call 336-373-7564. Read more
A southern comedy taking place in Hazlehurst, Mississippi, the MaGrath sisters are together for a reunion. The occasion? Old Granddaddy is sick again. Lenny, the oldest, faces diminishing martial prospects. Meg, who couldn't wait to leave Hazlehurst, is back after a failed singing career. The top of the list is Babe, the youngest, has shot her husband. Their troubles, so serious and yet so funny, are trivial compared to the love and devotion of a family struggling with the past and yearning for a future. On April 14th, the Lambeth-Troxler Funeral Home activity group will meet at the funeral home and take our limos (if they are not involved with a service) to see the play Crimes of the Heart. Leaving the funeral home at 5:45 p.m. Dinner will be at a restaurant downtown. The play starts at 7:30. RSVP by April 10th. @ 336-273-3401 Read more
On April 25, 2015, Gospel Baptist Church will sponsor the first annual Darrell Haymore Memorial Golf Tournament at Crooked Tree Golf Course in Greensboro at 8:00 AM. You are invited! To register in the tournament, please go online to gospelbc.org and click: register online for events at Gospel. All proceeds will be designated to the Darrell Haymore Memorial Fund. This memorial fund was established in honor of Darrell's wish to build an athletic field on the church property. Darrell was diagnosed with ALS in November of 2012. Darrell and his wife Denya were discussing these plans with Pastor Paul Luttrell just a month before Darrell's home going on September 18, 2014 as his battle with ALS ended. A way is being made to receive donations from individuals or businesses to be golf hole sponsors.These signs will be displayed on the day of the tournament. Signs are available for a donation of $100.00 each. If you are intrested please call Ryan Hazelwood at 336-215-1236 or Denya Haymore at 336-580-3554. The funds received are tax deductible and all checks need to be made out to Gospel Baptist Church. All monies received will go toward making the Darrell Haymore Athletic Field a reality. We appreciate your support and contribution. Read more
Lambeth-Troxler Community Care is currently working to organize a fun motorcycle charity ride for August 1, 2015, with all proceeds going to Kids Path, a program addressing the unique needs of seriously ill children in Guilford County from birth to age 18 and offer assistance to family members. Anyone who would like to make a donation or register for the event please call Lambeth-Troxler Funeral Home at 336-273-3401. Read more
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It's important to take the time to acknowledge the uniqueness of the deceased: the individuality of their personality, and the uniqueness of their life's path.Learn About Honoring Life
With our online grief support we will help you through this difficult time. No matter how you feel at this moment, you have our commitment - you're never alone.Learn About Grief Support
We give every family in our community unique opportunities to learn, share, and remember. It is our intention to enrich lives, educate minds, and ease sorrows.Browse Community Events
Accepted customs of dress and behavior in a funeral have changed over time, but courtesy never goes out of style. Here's what we'd like you to know about funeral etiquette.Read Our Funeral Etiquette
A Letter to My Community Family
Manager, Lambeth Troxler Funeral & Cremation Service
A Letter to My Community Family,
We care. It’s the foundation of our commitment to the community of Greensboro and has been since Lambeth Troxler was established in 1954. As an extension of your family, your needs become ours at a significant moment in life. We ease your burden so that you can focus solely on celebrating your loved one’s life and preserving special memories with comfort and peace of mind.
Our dedicated staff is very involved with events in the community. We feel that it is important to be active in the area that we serve, and have several programs throughout the year that support our neighbors. We honor the members of the community who keep us safe by having a First Responders Program and honor the lives lost with an annual 9-11 Remembrance Service. We are also pleased to be the only funeral home in the area that offers a flag retirement program where we honor our fallen Veterans by placing a donated flag with them when they are buried or cremated.
We are here for you every step of the way, providing you with the comfort and strength to move forward with the attention, respect and honor that you deserve. We are sensitive in your time of need and honor your desires for celebrating your loved one’s life.
Manager, Lambeth Troxler Funeral & Cremation Service