Partnering with esteemed flower specialists, we present an expansive range of funeral flowers to commemorate your cherished ones. Our dedicated florists craft unique arrangements tailored to your preferences, in diverse styles and hues.
Every flower tells a story, and we recognize the profound importance of this gesture. Trust us to make your floral tribute both touching and memorable.
Bratton Funeral Home has been serving families in need for over 23 years. One of the most important things that we do is make certain that the family of the deceased is treated with the utmost in dignity and respect. We know the time you are in is difficult and we do everything we can to ease that burden of grief. Kenneth Bratton, his family and staff have been serving the local community for over 40 years previously at York Funeral Home and then opening his own business, Bratton Funeral Home in 1999. With over four decades of service to families in need, he offers you the personal touch you need at the time you need it most. Walt Bratton is now in the business with his father assisting families with anything they may need. He was born and raised in York and became interested in the funeral business at a young age. He brings the same caring and nurturing personality to the funeral service as his father. Dean Shillinglaw is also a licensed funeral director and has worked with Kenny for 35 years both at York Funeral Home and Bratton Funeral Home. He is a long time resident of York and has served the community in multiple capacities. Kenny, Walt and Dean, along with the entire staff of Bratton Funeral Home, understand your needs and are there to serve you, and your family.
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Arranging a funeral can be both emotionally challenging and financially burdensome. Many people have little knowledge about the funeral industry, and in such difficult times, they may be vulnerable to being deceived or taken advantage of.
To protect consumers, Bratton Funeral Home is obligated to follow the guidelines outlined in the "Funeral Rule". Failure to comply with this rule could result in complaints being filed against the funeral home by the Federal Trade Commission.
The "Funeral Rule" was established in 1984 to ensure that all funeral homes, including Bratton Funeral Home, provide customers with clear and accurate information about the products and services they offer. This includes providing price details over the phone upon request.
As part of the "Funeral Rule," Bratton Funeral Home is required to offer a General Price List (GPL) to anyone who asks for it. This list includes various expenses related to funeral services, such as transportation to the cemetery in or around York County, as well as costs for viewing or visitation services.
Anyone who visits Bratton Funeral Home at 1455 Filbert Highway in York, SC and asks about funeral arrangements is entitled to receive a free copy of the general price list. This applies to all individuals, regardless of whether they intend to purchase funeral services or not.