Our precautions with the COVID-19

Dear Family and Friends,  With the heightened awareness and concern over the COVID-19 Coronavirus, we have taken additional steps to prevent its spread at Anderson-Goodale Memorial Homes in Plainfield/Crest Hill, Romeoville and Goodale Memorial Chapel in Lockport.  We realize how important the visitation, memorial and funeral services are to families and those who wish to comfortContinue reading “Our precautions with the COVID-19”


Richard Anderson, Owner and Director of Anderson-Goodale Memorial Homes states it clearly, “Death is difficult”. No one likes to spend time thinking about their mortality or the mortality of close family and friends.  The overwhelming majority of our guests attend wakes and services at  our Memorial Chapels without ever thinking about what it feels likeContinue reading “THE LONGEST JOURNEY IN LIFE CAN BE THROUGH THE THRESHOLD OF A FUNERAL HOME”

Veterans are Special to us at Anderson-Goodale Memorial Homes

On the 11th day of the 11th month, America does something truly extraordinary. We honor those who have served this country in uniform, stood watch, and protected the most important covenant in the history of our planet; “Liberty for all”. Brave men and women who make up a very small percentage of our population haveContinue reading “Veterans are Special to us at Anderson-Goodale Memorial Homes”

Anderson Memorial Story

OUR HISTORY Anderson-Goodale Memorial Homes consists of 3 locations; 21131 W. Renwick Road, Plainfield (Crest Hill), 606 Townhall Road, Romeoville, and our most recent addition, Goodale Memorial Chapel,  912 S. Hamilton, Lockport. In late 1991, Richard and Marilyn Anderson opened their first of the properties in Romeoville to serve the community and Will County residents.Continue reading “Anderson Memorial Story”

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