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111 South Water St.
Monroeville, IN 46773

520 N 2nd St.
Decatur, IN 46733

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On October 1,2014, the 14th Northeast Indiana Honor Flight of World War II veterans departed from Ft. Wayne in the early hours and returned later that same day. During their guided tour, these World War II veterans were able to visit the World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Women’s, Lincoln, Navy, and Iwo Jima Memorials along with Arlington National Cemetery. It was at Arlington National Cemetery they were able to witness the retiring of the colors and were also able to place a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknowns…a first for Honor Flight Northeast Indiana.

As one of the Corporate Level Sponsors from northeast Indiana, Zwick & Jahn Funeral Home is proud to have been involved in assisting this worthy organization from its inception. Brittney Gallmeyer, of Zwick & Jahn Funeral Homes, who served as a guardian for this trip, provided the pictures that are shown here and on the Zwick & Jahn Facebook page.

All costs for this trip for WWII veterans are covered…they pay nothing…they have given enough. World War II Veterans costs are funded by community donations from individuals, local businesses, foundations, and other groups who wish to be an important part of honoring these heroes. Each veteran is also escorted by Honor Flight volunteer “guardians,” who pay their own fees in order to honor veterans in a very personal way, escorting them and being there to help as needed throughout the day.

If you know of a World War II Veteran who would be interested in taking one of the Honor Flights, download a Veteran Application Form, or visit, or contact the funeral home.

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Life Choices

Most of us plan ahead in life. We plan for our wedding, our children's education, family vacations, and other significant expected life events. We also plan for the unexpected events of life by purchasing home, auto and medical insurance.

Understanding the benefits of pre-planning has prompted many to take the step to pre-plan their own arrangements.

Please call us at (260) 724-9164 to set up an appointment to discuss pre-planning with a caring professional.

Why Pre-Plan?

Peace of Mind
Many who have undergone the emotional strain of arranging a funeral within hours of losing a loved one have made the choice to pre-plan their own funeral. Doing so lifts the burden from their loved ones by relieving decision-making pressure at a time of grief and emotional stress.

Personal Choice
Funeral arrangements are a deeply personal choice. Pre-planning provides you with the time needed to make practical, detailed decisions that reflect your standards, lifestyle, taste and budget. And we assure you and your family that the choices you make will be carried out as planned.

Lower Costs
When you finalize your plan, we can advise you of the total cost. You do not have to set aside funds for your plan, but doing so protects you against escalating funeral costs. By locking in today's funeral costs and ensuring that the necessary funds are set aside, you help relieve yourself of unnecessary future worry and your survivors of an unexpected expense.

Immediate Arrangements

In Time of Need

We understand that making the many decisions which come at a time of loss can be difficult. We offer our support by providing you with options as you consider making immediate arrangements.

Please call us at (260) 724-9164 to make arrangements in person with a caring, professional Funeral Director.

Grief Support

Welcome to the Griefwords Online Library

Brought to you by the Center for Loss and Life Transition - Alan Wolfelt, Ph.D., Director

Helping Others with Grief

A friend has experienced the death of someone loved. How can you help? The following articles provide many practical suggestions for helping others with grief:

Helping a Friend in Grief

Helping a Grandparent Who is Grieving

Helping a Grieving Friend in the Workplace

Helping a Suicide Survivor Heal

Helping Your Family When a Member is Dying

Helping Yourself with Grief

Someone you love has died. You are now faced with the difficult, but important, need to mourn. Mourning is the open expression of your thoughts and feelings regarding the death and the person who died.  It is an essential part of healing. The following articles provide many practical suggestions to help you move toward healing in your unique grief journey.

Helping Your Family Heal After Stillbirth

Helping Yourself Heal When an Adult Sibling Dies

Mustering the Courage to Mourn

Love and Grief:
In Communion and Greater Than the Sum of Their Parts

Helping Yourself Heal When Someone Loved Dies

Will I Befriend My Feelings Or Will I Deny, Repress, Or Inhibit Them?

Helping Yourself Heal When Your Spouse Dies

Helping Yourself Heal When Your Child Dies

Helping Yourself Heal When Your Parent Dies

Helping Yourself Heal When a Baby Dies

Helping Yourself Heal During the Holiday Season

For and About Grieving Children and Teenagers

Children and teenagers have special needs following the death of a friend or family member.  The following articles provide wonderful insight in helping children and teens understand and express their grief.

Finding the Right Words: Guidelines on how to talk to grieving children about death

How to Talk to the Children and Teens in Your Life About the Newtown, CT Tragedy

Helping Infants and Toddlers Cope with Grief

Helping Children Cope With Grief

Helping Children with Funerals

Helping Teenagers Cope with Grief


520 N 2ND ST
DECATUR, IN 46733-1333
(260) 724-9164