Rush Funeral Home Serving communities of western South Dakota since 1985
Rush Funeral Home is family owned and operated by Jack and Daniel Rush. They have owned the funeral home since 1985, after purchasing it from W.E. and Ruth Woodall. Rush Funeral Home offers sincere and affordable options to fit each individual.
This web site is designed to educate, inform, and assist the public in making funeral arrangements.
If you have any questions that this web site cannot answer, feel free to call or e-mail for any questions you may have. You can also contact us on-line here.
Welcome to the freshly redesigned website of Rush Funeral Home. I would like to encourage you to explore it as you will find it convenient and useful.
We have decided to redesign the website as one more step toward building the excellence of our services.
It is designed to educate, inform, and assist the public in making funeral arrangements. Take a look at our various chapels, order flowers, look at local church information, or learn what benefits veterans are entitled to, or what assistance social security can give.
While you're here, take some time to view obituaries and sign the register book of that individual, view caskets and vaults, prearrange a service, and take a look at the different options Rush Funeral Home has to personalize a service.
If you have any questions that this web site cannot answer, feel free to call or e-mail.
Daniel J. Rush
Questions and answers
Is it possible to have a traditional funeral if someone dies of AIDS?
Yes. A person who dies of an AIDS-related illness is entitled to the same service options offered to anyone else. If public viewing is consistent with local or personal customs, that option is encouraged. Touching the deceased's face or hands is perfectly safe. Because the grief experienced by survivors may include a variety of feelings, survivors may need even more support than survivors of non-AIDS-related deaths.