Joseph A. Fluehr III Funeral Home Inc. | On-Site Crematory
Richboro: (215) 968-8585 | New Britain: (215) 340-9654
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In 1976, Joe and Chris Fluehr established a funeral home in Richboro, Bucks County, PA because they so strongly believed in helping families through the healing process. They created a family-owned funeral business which provided both personal and professional service to their community. Their goal was to offer the highest level of care and respect to families, while giving them a peaceful place to say goodbye to their loved ones.

Joe and Chris opened a second funeral home in New Britain Borough in 1997, which is located just outside of Doylestown. Additionally, with many people choosing cremation, the Fluehrs’ opened a crematory in 2010, which is located at their Richboro location.

Joe and Chris, along with their son, Joe IV, and their many staff, are all committed and involved members of their community. They serve on numerous boards, are active volunteers, and participate in many community events. Each member of the Joseph A. Fluehr III Funeral Home family and staff believes in service and works hard to earn your trust.

Meet Our Staff

JOSEPH A. FLUEHR III

CO-FOUNDER
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christine m. fluehr

CO-FOUNDER
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JOSEPH A. FLUEHR IV

Supervisor
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amanda cape

funeral director
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SALVATORE J. LAVECCHIA II

funeral director
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TIM MCLOONE

funeral director
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FRANCIS J. PLOVER

funeral director
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michelle reilly

funeral director
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WILLIAM V. WAGNER JR.

funeral director
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robert “bob” wustner

funeral director
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donna cushing

administrative assistant
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CATHY MESSINA

administrative assistant
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