OUR STORY

Roper & Sons Funeral Home has served Lincoln, Nebraska families with honor, integrity, and dignity for over 115 years. Roper & Sons Funeral Home was founded in December 1901, when Charles H. Roper began offering funeral services with Charles Beecher. The first facility opened at 124 South 13th Street, and began the longstanding tradition of offering funeral services with the honor, integrity, and dignity that Lincoln deserves. The current building at 4300 O Street was opened in 1959 and continues as our primary facility today.

our facilities

We continue to uphold Charles H. Roper’s commitment to serving Lincoln residents and the surrounding communities as well as keeping the business in the hands of family.

our staff

The best in the Lincoln area because of our service, unique personalization, and commitment to the Lincoln community. We believe in Trust, Integrity, Compassion, and Service.

flowers & gifts

A flowerless room is a soulless room, to my way of thinking; but even one solitary little vase of a living flower may redeem it. Click here to view our online gift store.

our services

The following are some of the many services Roper & Sons Funeral Home provides. As you consider your options, please feel free to contact us with any questions. Remember that we’re here to help you explore the possibilities and design a service that will capture the essence of your loved one.
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Traditional or non-traditional funeral services

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Celebration of Life Services and arrangements

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Elaborate or simple services or celebrations

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Personalized Video Tributes and Service Folders

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Share hobbies, interests, travels, photos, and writings

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Incorporate photos, music, poetry, quotes, and more

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Honoring Lifetime Achievements of your loved one

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Military honors and veterans tributes

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Civic and fraternal accomplishments

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Recognition of medals, diplomas, and awards

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Memory tables and boards of your loved one’s life

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Dove, balloon, butterfly releases, and outdoor services

since 1901

Remembering warms our hearts and helps us to feel better, even in the midst of a heart-rending loss. It reminds us to celebrate the life lived, not the heartbreak of a life lost.

current services

Jason T. Heusel – May 20, 2017
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