Proudly serving our community for more than 132 years
From the early 1940's.

Welcome!

Things have certainly changed since 1880.  Funeral establishments have come and gone, and in recent years you have no doubt heard about the growth of corporate ownership of funeral homes.  It has even happened here in our area.  We, of course, remain family-owned and operated.  Our heritage of family funeral directors offer a combined 200 years of experience in caring for your needs at a most difficult time.

We feel accountability must be to the families we serve, rather than shareholders in a corporation.  It is important that you are advised and served by someone who knows the community and the traditions.  We offer flexible options during the preparation of funeral arrangements, a personal touch that a family-owned business can offer.

As we embark on our second century of family service, we will continue to grow and change with you.  As a longstanding member of the National Funeral Directors Association, Nebraska Funeral Directors Association, and “Order of the Golden Rule”, Heafey-Hoffmann-Dworak-Cutler Mortuaries maintains a strong reputation of satisfied families.  We will have future generations here to serve your family as our forefathers did over 125 years ago.

Family owned and managed since 1881.  While several other local funeral homes are operated by a corporation out of state, our owners are working everyday to serve you.

Largest chapel in Nebraska at our 12100 west Center Road. We also offer 3 additional private chapel and gathering areas for your convenience and privacy

Many Funeral directors and staff members with over 25 years of experience.

We offer a reception area in our funeral home to accommodate luncheons, receptions and other gatherings during your visit.

We answer our phones live 24 hours a day.  Even after 9pm, we maintain a full time staff to answer your call every minute of every day.

Served more families than any other funeral home in the Omaha, Bellevue, Council Bluffs area.

We have been voted “Best of Omaha” for 11 years and running.