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According to recent surveys, St. John, Indiana is one of the best places to live in the United States.
St. John is also home to Fagen-Miller Funeral Homes and Elmwood Funeral Chapel. Methodist Hospital, Community Hospital, Franciscan Healthcare and Park Place all have facilities in St. John.
There is also a vibrant shopping community in St. John including Suzy’s Closet, Lonesum Jewelry, St. John Florist, Little Bear Traders & Woolens and Louise’s Hallmark Shop.
Did you know
The town of St. John, Indiana was originally founded in 1837 by John Hack. A German immigrant, John Hack – whose name was originally misspelled as “Hawk” on the deed to his land – became the first Postmaster. He also founded St. John the Evangelist Parish and the original log cabin church built by Hack and the other parish families is still standing today!
In 2009, St. John was ranked 48th on the CNNMoney.com Top 100 “Best Places to Live” list. In 2014, St. John was ranked as the 4th safest place to live in Indiana.
The town features great shopping with several many specialty shops as well as larger retail stores. New developments include a commercial center on Joliet Street, between U.S. 41 and the railroad tracks. This 21-acre site by Boyer Construction features over 104,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space.
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For over 100 years Fagen-Miller Funeral Homes has been providing dignified care of the deceased, in a peaceful and compassionate setting. We believe funerals to be meaningful, extensions of the individuals that have passed on, which celebrates the life they led; and while honoring those memories is most important to those that have been left behind, Fagen-Miller takes pride in coordinating all aspects of funeral arrangements.
Meaningful funerals are well thought out rituals that require a lot of time and energy. Allow us to help build a personalized ceremony that will preserve the memory of loved ones, and reflect the uniqueness of a grieving family