Facilities & Directions
We'll be pleased to welcome your visit to our warm and comfortable offices. Reynolds Jonkhoff Funeral Home & Cremation Services was designed to be unlike any funeral home you've ever seen; it's truly a one-of-a-kind place. We invite you to come in and see for yourself how we're revolutionizing the way you think about funeral service.
From South US31 / M37 / M115
Heading North from Chums corners (Menard's Intersection) on combined US31 / M37. Go through the South Airport intersection by the Grand Traverse Mall (on right) heading North. Go past Meijers (on the left) and Tom's Food Market on the right and cross through the 14th Street traffic light. Continue heading North as the street numbers get smaller turning right on 6th street. The funeral home is 4 blocks down on the right side across the street from the old city library (now the Traverse City History Center).
From East or North M72 / US31
Take US 31 / M72 combined. Follow along the water until you pass the Holiday Inn West Bay (which will be on your right) where you will merge to the right, still following along the water. You will turn left at the traffic light on to Union Street. Immediately after crossing the bridge past the post office, turn right on Sixth Street. The funeral home is down 2 blocks on the left, across from the old city library (now the Traverse City History Center).
From the West Empire / M72
Turn right on M22. Follow the water to the union Street Traffic Light (Right Side). Turn Right on Union Street. Go through 2 traffic lights and past the post office. Immediately after crossing the bridge, turn right on Sixth Street. The Funeral Home is down 2 blocks on the left across from the old city library (now Traverse City History Center).
About Our Facilities
Our funeral home in Traverse City, MI is owned and operated by the Jonkhoff family, who have been serving families in Michigan since 1884. Like the Jonkhoff family, the funeral home’s building itself has deep roots in Michigan history. Before becoming a funeral home, the beautiful mansion on Sixth Street served as the home of Traverse City founder, Perry Hannah. Hannah’s building team took two years to build the mansion, beginning construction in 1891 and finishing in 1893 with four 3,500 square foot floors and 40 rooms. Today, Reynolds-Jonkhoff utilizes the vast amount of space and beautiful, hand-crafted architecture to create a dignified and memorable setting for memorial and funeral services.
Our funeral home is dedicated to serving families with the top-quality funeral, memorial, and cremation services in Traverse City and surrounding areas. Families who choose cremation are guaranteed to be taken care of by our cremation professionals and may even accompany their loved one to the most trusted and advanced crematory in Traverse City.
At Reynolds-Jonkhoff, we take pride in giving back to our community every way we can. We do this by providing grief and healing resources such as our interactive aftercare videos, family grief support, grief support for children, and other resources. Our Traverse City funeral home also enjoys supporting local youth by participating in organizations such as the Grand Traverse Regional Community Foundation’s Youth Advisory Council and sponsoring events such as the Perry Hannah “Leadership Lessons Learned” contest. Please contact us to learn more about our funeral home in Traverse City, Michigan.