Thank you for visiting the Maher Funeral Home website. We hope this site will be helpful to you in gathering information that you seek at the time of a loss, in preplanning for a need down the line.
Philip has been serving the community for twenty-four years with the same respect and compassion he learned from his late mentor Andrew J. McGann Sr.. Phillip is also a twenty-four year member of the Teamsters Local 727. Robert J. Maher "Uncle Bob" former Orland Township Supervisor is our Community Relations Ambassador.
We are a veteran owned independent family business. As such, we are not constrained by corporate inflexibility or distance. Instead our family has been part of the community for over three generations. We have the flexibility to provide respectful and professional care in keeping with our communities values and expectations Most importantly we take pride in honoring each families unique traditions and honoring a life well lived.
On behalf of our family to yours
Words cannot express the love, admiration and appreciation my family and I have for Phil and Uncle Bob. Our family was hit with 2 deaths (Both Grandparents within weeks of each other; married 43 years) and the level of care and detail that Maher offered was beyond my wildest expectations. The professionalism and the beauty of the place and the people go a long way, especially during a difficult time. Any request that was made and/or question, was answered promptly. I have interacted with many in this line of work and no one; I mean NO ONE compares to this place. You family will be treated with the upmost level of care and respect and no stone will be left un-turned. I have said Thank you many times, but that just doesn’t do it justice. If you are looking for a place to handle your loved one’s home going services, this is a place I put my full trust and faith in. They also offer pre-arrangements (which I also recommend) for those who do not have any plans in place.
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