The vision of Troy’s funeral home began with young Penn’s fascination with the sound of his hometown’s emergency vehicle sirens. For Penn there was something really urgent and special about answering the call of those in distress. It was an opportunity to serve. On March 14, 1973. Troy’s Funeral Home became reality and during the same year he started embalming for Leggette Funeral Home. After the passing of the owner of Leggette Funeral Home in 1988, the family sold the business to Penn. And since that time our staff has been dedicated to Quality Traditions on which our establishment has built it foundation.
The Leggette-Troy Funeral Home has proudly served the communities with Compassion, Integrity, and Dignity. We take the uttermost care to insure that every service is meaningful and special. For over 40 years we have come to understand that funeral is for the living, they are a celebration and remembrance of life. Therefore, our personal creed is a heartfelt profession; we are committed to the last act of kindness for your special love one.