In September 1996, the Cutright Funeral Home opened with Robert Kenneth Cutright as the Supervisor,
on Fairgrounds Road, Smithfield Township. The current owners are Robert K. and Marjorie E. Cutright
and operate as a professional corporation under Huntingdon Funeral Services Partnership.
The building was completely renovated before the September 1996 grand opening and an addition, to
house the business office, preparation room, laundry, and garages, was added to the existing building.
The renovations included an entrance foyer, an elegant lobby area, two large viewing rooms, a casket
selection room, and a cremation selection area. There is also a coffee room with kitchen where families
can gather and relax during the viewing and visitation times. Coffee, tea, and cold beverages are
provided for families and their guests.
A state of the art sound system is available for our families to use and we have the capabilities for
viewing digital imaging.
In 1999, we acquired the former Robert E. Grove Funeral home located in Alexandria and reopened it with the
same features as our main location in Smithfield. In May, 2019, after 20 years of serving the families of the Juniata Valley, we closed that facility and now serve those families from our Smithfield location.
We offer a wide range of services to include full service funeral programs, cremation programs, direct
burial and many variations from which families may choose.
Robert Kenneth Cutright has been the Funeral Director/Supervisor since the funeral home opened in
September 1996. He is a graduate of Waynesburg College with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business
Administration and a graduate of the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science. Robert served with the
United States Army's 25th Infantry Division "The Tropic Lightning" in Vietnam. He has been a resident of
Huntingdon since 1988 and has been actively involved in the community, a member of the Huntingdon
Presbyterian Church, a proud sponsor for over 20 years of the Huntingdon County "PRIDE" Telethon, a
member of Smithfield Volunteer Fire Company and Auxiliary, a lifetime member of both the Huntingdon
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1754 and the Huntingdon American Legion Post 24, as well as, supporter
of many other community charities and causes. He is married to Marjorie, Executive Director of The
William E. Swigart, Jr. Automobile Museum and has two children, Jon David, Cross Country and Track
Coach at Juniata College and Lori Cutright Gordon, Assistant Manager at Ruby Tuesday's in Delaware. She
and her husband Don have two daughters Sarah and Emily.
Christina A. Jamison is the Office Manager for the funeral home. Christina is a graduate of Huntingdon
Area High School and attended the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science. She and her husband,
Michael, reside in Huntingdon.
The funeral home is open from 9:00 am until 4:00 pm Monday through Friday except for holidays.
We have a 24/7 answering service and are available for appointments, questions or concerns 24 hours a
day. Please call (814) 643-6475 or (814) 669-3473. You may also reach us
by Fax at (814) 643-1856 or email email@example.com.