Wiedeman Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Inc.
357 South Second Street  |  Steelton, PA 17113
Phone.  717.939.2344  |  Fax. 717.939.1999
Dennis L. Wiedeman, FD, President, Supervisor
Wiedeman Funeral Home & Cremation Services
2253 Derry Street  |  Harrisburg, PA 17113
Phone. 717.564.1434  |  Fax.  717.564.7274
William A. Sibert, FD, CCSP, Supervisor

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Our funeral homes are established on the foundation of providing every family we are privileged to serve with the best service possible.  We pay close attention to details and fulfill each family's wishes in a caring and professional manner.  We treat your family as if they were part of our own family.

We provide personalized traditional and cremation services, as well as offer pre-arrangement options for advance funeral planning.  We serve all faiths and cultures.  We welcome your questions and your feedback.

It is important when handling services for your loved one that you take into consideration their lifestyle, beliefs, hobbies and interests.

It is our goal to personalize each service for the families that we serve. We offer a full range of funeral services which include traditional funeral services, cremation, graveside and memorial services.  It is also important to incorporate ceremonies that include the religious beliefs of the deceased. We proudly serve all faiths and religions. We also offer non-religious humanistic services.

Ultimately, the only thing that matters is that you and your family are pleased with the services that you have selected. Overall, there are many options to consider when choosing the desired funeral services. We are here to help you, offer suggestions and take care of all the details.


Dennis L. Wiedeman, Funeral Director, President, Owner


Help confirm the reality and finality of death.
Provides a climate for  mourning and the expression of grief.
Allows the sorrows of one to become the sorrows of many.
Is one of the few times love is given and not expected in return.
Is a vehicle for the community to pay its respects.
Encourages the affirmation of religious faith.
Is a declaration that a life has been lived
as well as a sociological statement that a death has occurred.

From “The Funeral From Ancient Egypt to Present Day America”