Evans-Calfee Funeral Service is conveniently located on Cook Parkway in Oceana, West Virginia. Founded by Thomas H. Evans in 1946, the Evans-Calfee staff continues to uphold the tradition of integrity and excellent service that West Virginia families have come to expect from Evans-Calfee Funeral Service.
At Evans-Calfee, we believe that serving families is a privilege, and understand that the loss of a loved one is a very personal experience. Members of our staff pride themselves in providing a wide variety of choices to the families we serve, including personalized services, cremation memorials and traditional funerals.
In 2002, Evans-Calfee Funeral Service was rededicated after being completely renovated after a flood that destroyed the home’s interior. Today, Evans-Calfee is a full-service funeral home with care that extends beyond your time of need to include an array of aftercare services. Evans-Calfee Funeral Service offers a beautiful 125-seat chapel, which can be used for visitation as well as services. We also offer an arrangement room, office, and a lounge that can serve as two additional visitation rooms when needed.
Originally founded as Robertson & Fogelsong Funeral Home in 1928, the facility has been known as Calfee Funeral Service since 1975. Today, the Evans-Calfee staff continues the tradition of integrity, excellent service and care that Wyoming County families have come to expect.
At Evans-Calfee, services of all kinds are available. We feel that serving families is a privilege, and understand that the loss of a loved one is a very personal experience. Members of the staff pride themselves in providing a wide variety of choices to the families we serve, including personalized services, cremation memorials and traditional funerals.
The attractive red brick building was constructed as a funeral home in 1959 and encompasses approximately 5,000 square feet. The main viewing room also serves as a chapel with seating for up to 125 guests. An additional viewing room and a family lounge are also available at Evans-Calfee.