About Newcomer Funeral Homes in Indianapolis

Our funeral home is modern and fully accessible, with no stairs to climb. When you visit us, you will be greeted by our caring and responsive staff, who will be there for you every step of the way.

You can have a beautiful funeral or cremation service at our chapel, or we can assist you in holding a service at your church or other location.

Recent Reviews

Zach, thank you for making this difficult time much easier to lay our loved one to rest. Exceeded expectations.
~ Paula   P. - 5/15/2018
Yolanda McKissack was just so amazing & friendly. She made you feel very welcomed. Thanks Yolanda! You made my loved one look wonderful. He looked like he was at peace. You would of never known he had an illness. Thanks for the wonderful services!
~ Christine   D. - 4/27/2018
They were all really good but we talked with Zack the most and he is incredible.
~ Cynthia   G. - 4/21/2018
All of the staff members were caring, considerate and very helpful. Very satisfied. Keep doing what you are doing. We need more like you. Caring people.
~ Derotha   D. - 4/14/2018

Newcomer Funeral Home

Our funeral home opened in 2014. It includes two spacious chapels for funeral and memorial ceremonies, a variety of tastefully appointed rooms for family and visitors to gather, and a large-well-lit parking area.

(317) 737-1545
925 East Hanna Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46227

Our Staff

Managing Funeral Director
Hamilton Owen

When you come to our funeral home, you might recognize a former school teacher, a fellow member of a club, or veteran's organization.

Our staff upholds the core beliefs of our funeral home, which is to serve families like yours using the latest technology in beautiful, modern facilities, without overcharging for merchandise or services.

Funeral Director Hamilton Owen joined Newcomer Funeral Home in 2014. After well over a decade of service to families in central Florida, he now proudly serves the Indianapolis community. Hamilton feels that caring for families during arguably the most difficult times of their lives, is his personal ministry.

He is an honorably discharged veteran of the United States Army and a graduate of St. Petersburg College in St. Petersburg, FL where he earned his degree in funeral sciences. Hamilton and his wife, Julie have four children. They are very active at Trader’s Point Christian Church.