Wallace Funeral Home is set against the history and beauty of the heritage property nestled in the quaint Town of Sussex, New Brunswick. In 1976 John and Flo Ross purchased a beautiful old farmhouse at 34 Sunnyside Drive, known as the Slipp Farm, which was built in 1856. Although extensive renovations had to be made to this century home, it's unique style and charm were maintained. It is pristine white with stately columns and is situated with a prominent view of Sussex with a panorama of pastoral farmland. The interior decor was carefully selected with every detail meticulously attended to in order to provide Sussex and area with a funeral home unlike any other in our area.
Our Special Features
- Personalized services
- Modern facilities with seating for 225
- Lounge for private, intimate gatherings
- Visitation rooms
- Complimentary reception room with kitchen facilities
- Catering services
- Full range of burial and cremation caskets and urns
- Pre-planning staff
- Complimentary After-Care Program
- Largest parking facilities in the area
- Fully wheelchair accessible
- Bi-lingual service
- Live-stream broadcasting/recording of services taken place in our Community Chapel
- Concierge service
Wallace Funeral Home is committed to serving our community in every way we can. We’re proud to provide the use of our spacious Community Room at no charge.
Whether you’re making arrangements in advance or require caring assistance at a time of need, our experienced and friendly professionals can answer all your questions about funeral planning and cremation. We will explain without pressure or obligation the wide range of options available to help you create a fitting tribute in celebration of life.
The People's Serenity Garden
- Wall of Remembrance
- Memory Lane
- Living Memorial planting
We hope that you will take time to look through our gallery of pictures of our funeral home.