Immediate Support: 504-482-2111
Occasionally, Jacob Schoen & Son finds itself featured in the news and we compiled some of our recent headlines for your reference.
U.S. Army Pvt. Earl Joseph Keating, who was killed at a jungle roadblock in Papua New Guinea during a World War II battle with Japanese soldiers 74 years ago, was finally laid to rest in a family crypt in St. Joseph Cemetery in New Orleans on a stormy Saturday afternoon (May 28)...
In case you missed it, here is a lovely article from The Gambit about the story of Jacob Schoen & Son.
The fifth generation of his family to run Jacob Schoen & Son funeral home, Patrick Schoen is bringing new life and a “no request is too strange” spirit to an industry that’s become all about tailor-made farewells.
VICE.com spoke to Patrick Schoen of Jacob Schoen & Son to learn more about nontraditional funerals.
Jacob Schoen & Son was featured by The Times-Picayune in the summer and they did a wonderful job capturing our 150-year history with beautiful photography.
In this article by Slate.com, Patrick Schoen discusses how Jacob Schoen & Son cared for the victims of the 1973 UpStairs Lounge arson attack.
The Schoen Funeral Home: A Place of History and Characters
In this section:
We stand ready to assist you. If a death has occurred, please call us on the number below:
Close this window
Who We Are
In the News
What We Offer
Why Plan Ahead?
How We Help