Built in 2003, our White Bear, MN funeral home is the newest location of the family-owned and operated Bradshaw Funeral Home and Cremation Services. Located just a short drive away from several cemeteries, including St. Mary of the Lake Cemetery, Incarnation Cemetery, and Lakeview Cemetery, this spacious facility is designed to host gatherings of any size. Ample light bathes each room, including our two chapels, complete with vaulted ceilings to add to the feeling of openness the facility provides. Our funeral home in White Bear, MN is built to support flexibility in services, ensuring that each funeral is unique to the person whose life is being celebrated. Our Community Room allows families and friends to assemble in a large, open space to share a meal and share stories of their loved one. Because Bradshaw strives to support families of all kinds, our White Bear, MN funeral home also features a cozy and creative play space for children.
At Bradshaw, our passion is to celebrate a life lived and to assist in healing those who grieve the loss of that life. To make that happen, we strive to be adaptable to any and all needs of the families who work with us, including adopting processes and procedures that are groundbreaking and one of a kind. We offer burial, memorial, and cremation services to the families of the White Bear, MN area, ensuring that your loved one is given a dignified, respectful goodbye that honors who they were in life. Our crematory is the first in the country to offer alkaline hydrolysis, the greenest form of cremation and just another way Bradshaw strives to innovate for the benefit of our community. Bradshaw has been inventive and original since its inception. Our founder and the father of the current president, Jim Bradshaw, was one of the first to adopt aftercare processes into his funeral services. After losing a loved one himself, Jim saw a need to provide added care to those who are grieving, which is why Bradshaw continues to work with families in our grief program long after the funeral is over to help in their healing.
Jim always considered it an honor to serve families in his community, and our funeral home continues to hold that belief today. At Bradshaw, we take our role in our community seriously. Our funeral home in White Bear, MN has forged bonds with several organizations as we always aim to give back locally. We’re proud to partner with Second Harvest Heartland and to serve as a food donation drop-off location for families in need. Individually, our service-oriented staff also continue to uphold Jim’s legacy as they humbly provide time and resources to families even beyond their work at Bradshaw. When you come to Bradshaw, you can always trust that you’ll be met with a team of attentive professionals who want to support you and who truly care about the life that your loved one lived. And they will put that support and care into creating a meaningful event that honors who your loved one was. Please contact us to learn more about what our White Bear, MN funeral home can do for you.