About Newcomer Funeral Homes in Columbus

We are honored to serve the greater Columbus community from two neighborhood chapels.

Our funeral homes are modern and fully accessible, with no stairs to climb. When you visit us, you will be greeted by our caring and responsive staff, who will be there for you every step of the way.

You can have a beautiful funeral or cremation service at one of our chapels, or we can assist you in holding a service at your church or other location.

Recent Reviews

Regina was great. Don't know what to say other than it could not - "no way" - get any better. Thank you very much. 
~ David   R. - 9/20/2017
All the arrangements were perfect, and the helpful and friendliness of the staff- excellent. Mark Gordon, whom we all liked meeting for the first time, very friendly and helped us with all the details. 
~ Thomas   G. - 9/23/2016
You could not have provided a better service. 
~ Cheryl   B. - 9/23/2016
My family was very satisfied with your service and I can honestly say that I don't think you could have improved on anything. Your service was top notch from beginning to end. 
~ John   B. - 9/12/2016

Northeast Chapel

Built in 2000 to bring high-quality funeral services at a fair price to Columbus families, our funeral home includes two beautiful, spacious chapels for funeral and memorial ceremonies, a variety of tastefully appointed rooms for family and visitors to gather, and a large-well-lit parking area.

(614) 818-1188
3047 E. Dublin-Granville Rd
Columbus, OH 43231
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Southwest Chapel

We built our Southwest Chapel in 2004 to serve the families of Grove City and Southwest Columbus.

The facility was designed with you in mind. It includes two spacious chapels for funeral and memorial ceremonies, a variety of tastefully appointed rooms for family and visitors to gather, and a large, well-lit parking area.

(614) 539-6166
3393 Broadway
Grove City, OH 43123
Directions

Our Staff

Managing Funeral Director
Mark Gordon

Managing Funeral Director Mark Gordon has been a part of the Columbus community since 2000. Mark and his wife Ann are the parents of two grown children. Mark is an active member of Westerville First Presbyterian Church.