About Us

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Introduction: A Funeral Ministry
James Ronald Curry, a former professor of Mortuary Science, joined the Plinton Funeral Home family in
1997. Although Mrs. Plinton has since passed, James Curry has kept his promise and continues to maintain the
unparalleled legacy established by the Plinton family. Regardless of economic status or cultural persuasion, The Plinton Curry Funeral Ministry prides itself on providing service that embraces diversity, respect, dignity, and compassion. It is  our belief that a funeral service should not just be a single day in a lifetime, but should encompass a loved one's lifetime in a single day.

While facing the loss of a loved one, a family must receive the highest degree of respect, compassion, and care. At the Plinton Curry Funeral Home, we render special attention to each family in order to ensure that each family's unique needs and wants are met.  Never should a family member battle with "What next?" or “What do I do now?” dilemmas while preparing to bury a loved one. We make arrangements efficiently and our experienced staff carries out your wishes expeditiously. We do not stop working until each family is perfectly satisfied. In preparation for a funeral service, you and your family deserve to be provided with a clear understanding of all options available. We strive for perfection and will go beyond the call of duty to provide excellent service. 

Mission Statement
The Plinton Curry Funeral Homes Inc. is dedicated to maintaining the highest standard of professional service. We will go beyond your expectations to ensure the service you select is a fitting tribute in celebration of one’s life. We’ve been earning the trust and respect of the entire east coast since 1998, and we look forward to extending the same unsurpassed service to you. No matter your location, when you call, we will always be honored to serve. Because we believe that a funeral "is not just a day in a lifetime, but a lifetime in a single day."