Joseph A. Fluehr III Funeral Home Inc. | On-Site Crematory
Richboro: (215) 968-8585 | New Britain: (215) 340-9654
  • Family Login
  • Obituary Notifications
  • Send Flowers and Gifts
  • Facebook payment
Email Meet Our Staff Email

Joseph A. Fluehr III

Co-Founder

Joseph A. Fluehr III was born and raised as the oldest of eight children, in Philadelphia. He graduated from the College of West Virginia and continued on to the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science, where he received his Degree in Applied Sciences. He is the proud owner of theRichboro funeral home, (est. 1975) and the New Britain Funeral Home (est. 1997) as well as Laurel Cremation Services Inc., located on the grounds of the Richboro funeral home. As an active member of the community, he has been involved with many different organizations -from the Northampton Township Volunteer Fire Department, Tri-Hampton Rescue Squad Advisory Board, St. Mary Medical Center, past Chairman of the Board of Trustees, (1988-1997), St. Mary Medical Center Entities Board (since 1997),Prime Bank Corporate Secretary (1985-1998), Council Rock Kiwanis, Pennsylvania State Board of Funeral Directors (1997-2014), Chairman from 2010-2012, Member of the Cremation Association of North America, National Funeral Directors Association, Funeral Ethics Association, Northampton Township Business and Professional Association (Business Man of the Year, 2015), and the Northampton Township Historical Society. Joe is a parishioner of St. Bede the Venerable Church, Holland, where he is a 4th Degree Knight with the Knights of Columbus. He lives in Richboro with his wife, Christine, and they have three children, and 6 dear grandchildren. In his free time, Joe enjoys playing golf and traveling.

joe

“Philadelphia and Bucks County have always been home. We are thrilled to watch our children and grandchildren grow in this area that we love. While we enjoy traveling, golfing and dining with friends, we always love to come home.”

Certified Life Celebrants help create a funeral service, memorial service, or tribute that reflects the personality and lifestyle of the deceased. The celebrant personalizes all services by working with the family and loved ones.
CANA An international, non-profit trade association of over 3,300 members, composed of funeral homes, cemeteries, crematories, industry suppliers, that create a community of cremation experts.
Supports the funeral service industry by funding scholarships and educational opportunities for professionals and invests in programs that lift up grieving communities.
Offers hundreds of events and programs each year to boost businesses and support leaders for incredible success by offering a wealth of diverse committees, networking and social events, and award programs.
The world’s leading association to support funeral professionals. Provides members with critical information, innovative tools, resources and the professional community they need to serve families, run sustainable businesses and become pillars in their communities.
Offers services that preserve, protect and promote independent family owned funeral homes in Pennsylvania. Provides advocacy, continuing education, information, legal expertise, products, programs and services to help members enhance the quality of service to families.