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Monreal Funeral Home and Monreal Srnick Funerals & Cremations are pleased to offer a wide variety of both on-going and seasonal events. We invite you to return often to see what’s coming up on our calendar. If you’d like to keep up-to-date, we invite you to visit our social media pages.

130th Anniversary Celebration

130th Anniversary Celebration

Join us for our 130th Anniversary Celebration on Thursday, September 29th from 4 – 10 pm. This will be a free outdoor, casual, fun filled event. Live music with:

  •  Wojilta Band
  •  Anthony Lovano and his All-Star Blues Band
  •  The Band Intense
  •  The Sumrada Band
  •  Special Guest Performers throughout the Evening

Food trucks, beer, seltzer, and pop will be available at a discounted price – cash only please!!!. All proceeds to benefit Marilyn’s Voice Animal Rescue.

The fun will be from 4 pm – 10 pm on our beautiful premises at 35400 Curtis Blvd in Eastlake. Put on your dancing shoes and come help us Celebrate.  Click here to let us know you're coming: https://www.facebook.com/events/434986831910514

The 24 in 24 - 2022

The 24 in 24 - 2022

MONREAL FUNERAL HOME AND MONREAL SRNICK FUNERALS & CREMATIONS ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE ARE, AGAIN,  A SPONSOR OF THE 2022 24 in 24. IT WILL BE HELD ON OCTOBER 1ST AND 2ND AT CLASSIC PARK -HOME OF THE LAKE COUNTY CAPTAINS.  DURING THIS ANNUAL 24 EVENT, 240+ INDIVIDIVALS WILL ATTEMPT TO RUN ONE MILE FOR 24 CONSECUTIVE HOURS.

The Monreal Srnick Funerals & Cremations will be representing 2022 Wish Kid, Joey and are asking that you consider donating to Team Joey and help this wonderful cause.

Just go to this link and donate to Team Joey. Joey - The 24 in 24 Presented by Smoothie King

Below is a bio for Joey:

Joey was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia in October 2018. He had many ups and downs throughout the intensive treatment he received but overall achieved remission and was set to be done with treatment in March 2021. Two weeks before his last dose of chemo, we found out he relapsed in his spinal fluid – his central nervous system. While this was devastating news, we are thankful it was caught before it had spread to his bone marrow, which would have made his prognosis and treatment much worse. After a year of intensive chemo and cranial radiation, with a lot of hospital stays, Joey is back in remission and on maintenance chemo. He is set to be done in March 2023! While this isn’t the life we had hoped for him, Joey teaches us every day how to be stronger, how to love harder and how to live each day to the fullest.