At Westcott Funeral Home, we consider it a privilege to serve this area, and try to give back to our community whenever we can. Many of our staff members are personally involved with various organizations and groups within the community, and our funeral home is a proud sponsor of local programs and charities. Our goal is to support organizations and activities that make our region special and enhance the quality of life for all who live here.
Surviving your loss during this season of change
with Elaine Rankin, Certified Grief Counselor Psy. D, R.N.
When: Saturday September 7 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Where: Cottonwood Senior Center, 500 E. Cherry Street, Cottonwood
A light luncheon will be served
Reservations are not necessary and there is no cost.
Surviving Your Loss: A Six Week Journey
Facilitated by Elaine Rankin, Psy. D, R.N.
When: Sept. 10, Sept. 17, Sept. 24, Oct. 1, Oct. 8, Oct. 15
Where:Cottonwood Senior Center, 500 E. Cherry St., on the corner of Cherry and 6th street
Time: Tuesdays 4 – 5:30 P.M.
There is no cost. Reservations are not necessary.
Eyeglass Collection Dropoff
When: Wednesday, June 15 from 8am - 5pm
Where: Westcott Funeral Home, 1013 E. Mingus Ave., Cottonwood
All types of glasses in any condition. Broken glasses, lens only and frame only welcome. Glasses are used for local residents through the Old Town Mission Vision Clinic. Prize for the most pairs dropped off.
For any further information, call Steve Palmer at 928-634-9566.
Verde Valley Fair Sponsorship
"I personally would like to thank you for the beautiful medal that I received. You were a large part of making the fair a wonderful experience for me."-Kira K.
"Thank you very much for the Reserve Champion Medallion. I will treasure it always." - Taylor R.
"Thank you for the Grand Champion Medallion"- Tanner R.
Brian Mickelsen Memorial Race/Walk
I joined hundreds of others in the Brian Mickelsen Memorial Race/Walk. A wonderful event for a great guy who is missed.
March Against Meth!
We participated in the recent "March Against Meth!" parade organized by city & county police, sherrifs, fire and narcotic law enforcement agencies. Our banner on the side of the hearse was well received: "Don't Let Us Be Your Designated Driver".