Our Story

Our Story

Querfeld Funeral Home Inc., has been serving Dearborn area families for years. We are honored to be a part of the rich history of this community and plan to be a part of it for many years to come.

Our Beginnings

Querfeld Funeral Home was established in 1925 by brothers William G. and Orvel Querfeld. The two brothers were born and raised on one of Dearborn’s original ribbon farms, located along the Rouge River. Their business partnership began when they established the first ambulance service in Wayne County. The brothers later decided to go into the funeral business and opened The Dearborn Funeral Parlor. The home they used is pictured below and was located just north of the railroad tracks in West Dearborn on Monroe Street. The brothers eventually purchased the lots bordered by Oakwood Blvd., Park St. and Monroe St., and in 1952 they had the current building constructed. Together their partnership and service to the Dearborn and surrounding communities was something they and their wives cherished. As the brothers grew older and entered retirement, William A. "Biff" Querfeld, took over the family business. William A. retired in 1990 and his son, William N., became the third generation Querfeld to manage the business.



A Message from William N. Querfeld

Thank you for visiting Querfeld Funeral Home. My grandfather and his brother began this business in 1925 and I am proud to continue the tradition of serving Dearborn and the surrounding communities with funeral and cremation planning. Please feel free to contact myself or someone on my staff with any questions you may have as you consider funeral or cremation planning.

Querfeld Funeral Home, Inc.
Phone: (313) 561-0002
1200 Oakwood Blvd., Dearborn, MI 48124

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