We are the Mini-Cassia area’s only locally owned and operated funeral home and crematory.
In 2009, Kerry Morrison found it was time to have a locally owned and operated funeral home and crematory. With this in mind, he opened Morrison Funeral Home and Crematory on Highway 24 in Rupert. In 2011, the opportunity came to purchase Hansen Payne Mortuary in Burley, which he did and renamed it Morrison Payne Funeral Home. This funeral home was established in 1921 by David Earl Johnson, who also served as the Cassia County Coroner from 1930 until 1936. The funeral home has the longest history in Cassia County of serving grieving families. At Morrison Funeral Home and Crematory and Morrison Payne Funeral Home, we honor the sacred trust that grieving families place in us. We also acknowledge the solemn responsibility that we have to provide the families we serve with the best possible support and comfort. That is why our staff will commit to always uphold high ethical standards with unquestioned integrity. Especially during such a difficult time, we want your expectations of service to be met and exceeded. We believe that every life is worth remembering. We pledge to serve you as we would want to be served, and to treat your loved one as we would want our loved one to be treated. Letting go of a loved one is usually a very difficult process. In order to provide your family peace-of-mind, we offer complete care, so that you can focus on comforting each other as you prepare to say goodbye to someone dear to you.
We are proud to be the Mini-Cassia area’s only local and independently owned funeral home and crematory. We are excited to offer the most modern funeral service related technologies. We offer these services and more for a lower cost than any other funeral home in the area. We hope you will turn to us for compassionate care and impeccable service. Our pledge is to honor your loved one and family with dignity, respect and personal attention to every detail.
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