“A Family Dedicated To Service”

     The Wetherholt Chapel was originally built in 1814 by Nathaniel Cushing, brother of Henry Cushing, proprietor of “Our House”. In 1939, it became the private residence and funeral home of Frank and Frances Wetherholt. In 1986, it was purchased and renovated by Herb and Jean Moore.

-beautiful side by side chapels

-lounge/conference room

-custom music system/sound system

-spacious off street parking

-handicap ramp

    The Vinton Chapel was established by the late William F. Butler in about 1875, and later operated by his son H.K. Butler until his death in 1937. In 1937, Vernon and Elsie McCoy became the directors. In 1951, the McCoys purchased the J.L. Coleman & Son Funeral Home, Bidwell, Ohio, and moved that operation to their establishment in Vinton. Herb and Jean (McCoy) Moore joined the firm in June 1968, six weeks prior to the death of Mr. McCoy.

-large tastefully decorated chapel

-lounge/conference room

-custom music system/sound system

-handicap ramp

-spacious off street parking



McCoy-Moore Funeral Home Inc.
420 First Ave., Gallipolis, Ohio 45631
Phone: (740) 446-0852
Fax: (740) 446-0957

McCoy-Moore Funeral Home Inc.
208 Main St., Vinton, Ohio 45686
Phone: (740) 388-8321
Fax: (740) 388-8322



McCoy-Moore Funeral Home Inc.
420 First Ave
Gallipolis, OH 45631
740-446-0852

208 Main St.
Vinton, Ohio 45686
Phone: (740) 388-8321