How do you want people to remember you?

Introducing ShareLife®

When it's time to remember your loved one, be truly unique. ShareLife® helps you recreate the special story of your loved one, using sight, scent and sound, and it's only offered by Lambeth Troxler Funeral & Cremation Services.

A Letter to My Community

At Lambeth Troxler Funeral & Cremation Services, we are completely community centered. We pride ourselves on being the only provider in the area with a staff dedicated to community outreach. We support many churches, charities and civic organizations, and many of our programs are free of charge.

Steve Blackwell


Lambeth Troxler Funeral & Cremation Services

Open Letter

Community Events

  • May. 01 8am-5PM
    Honoring Old Glory

    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!

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  • Apr. 07 1-2PM
    First Annual Flag Retirement Ceremony

    Lambeth-Troxler Funeral & Cremation is hosting our first Annual Flag retiring ceremony with plans to hold flag retirement ceremonies twice a year. The main focus is to give honor to our country's flag, but also honor fallen veterans in the process through our "Old Glory" program, where we will retire a flag for each deceased veteran we serve either through their cremation or traditional burial service. Please feel free to come by and donate your worn or damaged flag no longer able to be presented properly. We will then take the proper steps to retire and dispose of the American Flag which has been donated with dignity and respect per the United States Flag Retirement Code.

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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.

Steve Blackwell

Lambeth Troxler Funeral & Cremation Services
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