Conway-Markham Funeral Home

Conway-Markham Funeral Home


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I, along with my wife, Kris and daughter, Liz would like to extend a warm welcome to our website. Whether you are
seeking current funeral service information, grief support, local resources or are in need of directions to one of our facilities,
we hope you find this site useful.  Our family is dedicated to providing the best possible service with honesty and integrity
to the families we serve.  ~ Ron Markham

 

Current Events   Monthly Newsletter

April 6
Extension Week is March 27th-April 1st. We are inviting the public to stop in for a snack and pick up a drawing for our adult and youth coloring contests. All entries will be put in a drawing during our open house April 6th, from 4:00-6:00 p.m. We have new staff, new office changes, and we are excited for the public to come and meet us!

April 9
Ladies It's Your Day our annual spring fling shopping event will be held in New Hampton from 9:00-1:00.  Stop by the Chamber office first to pick up your goody bags then hits the stores for deals and steals!  Register at businesses for demonstrations, raffle drawings and much more!  Think spring!!!

April 15

The New Hampton Elementary & Middle School will hold their yearly Carnival from 6:00pm-8:30pm in the gymnasium, cafeteria hallways and classrooms.  The Carnival is a great fundraiser for the school!

 

April 17

Knights of Columbus - Council 8676 is holding a Sunday Brunch at St. Lukes Church Basement in St. Lucas.  They'll be serving scrambled eggs, sausage links, cheesy potatoes, bars, rolls, yogurt, juice, milk and coffee.  All you can eat with a Free Will Donation.

April 25

The New Horizons-Chamber will host the 2016 Annual Meeting at The Pub at the Pinicon with social hour starting 5:30pm.  Hors d'oeuvres will be served with a memorial video and quick talk of upcoming events in New Hampton.  Invitations will be mailed out this week!

April 27
Mercy Medical Center – New Hampton will celebrate our 100th anniversary in 2017!  We are excited to host a celebration to pay tribute to our history, staff, physicians, patients, and the community as a whole.  We are looking for detail oriented people to serve on the planning committee for the 100th year celebration, which will take place in the summer of 2017.  I feel we will need people for the following sub-teams:
·         History/Story Telling
·         Entertainment
·         Food/Beverage (sorry, no alcohol)
·         Logistics (location, sound, electricity, rain location, tents, tables, etc.)
·         Children's Activities (inflatables, Teddy Bear/Doll doctor station?)
·         Catholic Heritage/Faith
·         Merchandise/commemorative memorabilia
The first meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 27 at 4:00 p.m. in Mercy's Health Education Center.  Please invite others to attend the meeting as many hands make for light work.  You can anticipate monthly 1 hour meetings with the large group.  As much work as possible will be done through email or sub-team work.  If you are interested in being on the committee, please let me know which sub-team you prefer to serve on.  As always, thank you for your ongoing support of Mercy!

April 30

St. Joseph Community School will host the Panther Prowl 5K Run/Walk and Panther Cubbie Run with registration starting at 10:00am.  Adults are $25, youth $20.  The 5K will begin at 11:00am with lunch to follow.  See the attached registration form for more information.

Steak Supper

4:00 – 7:00 PM at Elma Memorial Hall, Elma, IA.  $ 18.00 Per Person.  Steaks are Cook to Order includes Onions & Mushrooms; Carry outs Available; Tickets Available at Elma Bank or Elma Locker.  They may also be purchased through Sue Miller  641-393-2412 OR AT THE DOOR 

May 7

Elma Spring Extravaganza from 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. at Elma Memorial Hall WHY? Because SHOPPING is FUN!!!!!  HUNGRY? A home cooked meal will be available for a small fee.  

 

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Remember When?

It’s something we do when we lose      someone.  Pre-planning can help you and your family with  remembering when.  After you have created the event that will celebrate your life, your funeral director will give you an estimate of the expenses involved and can discuss prefunding options available. Prefunding can help relieve the financial  burden on those close to you.  Knowing that your funeral plans have been selected and prefunded allows you and your loved ones to spend more time remembering when.  Please note that under Iowa Funeral Code all pre-planned and prefunded funeral contracts are fully transferable to any funeral home.