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Kranz Funeral Home began in 1990 with the reopening of the funeral home in Kingston. The former Karr, then Harmon, then Lance Funeral Home had been closed for several years. Funeral Director Debra L. Kranz and her husband, Jim purchased the building, remodelled and reopened in February, 1991.
The Kingston Community was, and continues to be, very supportive and truly appreciates having a hometown funeral home in their community. The building has been completely remodelled making it very comfortable and conducive to a healthy grief experience.
In 1994 Debra and Jim bought the Little Funeral Home in Cass City. The Little Funeral Home had been owned by Harry and Edith Little and then his son and his wife, Roger and Bev Little. Roger Little retired from the funeral business in 1994, moving to St. Charles, MO. With intentions of building a larger, new facility in the near future Debra and Jim began their lives in Cass City. Debra began building a relationship with area families by providing compassionate, gentle care of each who chose Kranz Funeral Home to serve them when a loved one died.
After 4 years the Kranz's moved into their new facility. It is a beautiful, large, functional building. The building is comfortable, allowing families to feel at home during their time here. There is plenty of room to visit with family and friends. The chapel will seat over 450 comfortably. The children's room is inviting and full of toys to keep kids active. The lounge gives folks a place to get a cup of coffee, have a bite to eat or just get a change of scenery.