Funeral Homes in Camdenton MO

Caring for Families from every walk of life…

Hedges-Scott Funeral Home offers the most affordable and value driven Funeral and Cremation Services along with the highest quality facilities in the entire lake area. Our funeral home is new, spacious, modern and clean, with a family lounge and kitchen for catering and a beautiful chapel for large gatherings. Families appreciated the thoughtful layout of our facility, including our family lounge which affords a more intimate gathering of friends. Our staff of caring and professional friends have walked alongside generations of families during a most difficult time, providing comfort and peace of mind. We invite you to come see for yourself, why families from every walk of life are choosing Hedges-Scott Funeral Homes as their trusted source for personal, compassionate care.

Camdenton MO Funeral Homes

We are the Lake of the Ozarks only home owned-family owned and operated Funeral Homes, ON-SITE Crematories, Pre-Planned Services, Cemeteries, Mausoleum, Scattering Gardens, and Monument Company. We live here and work here alongside our neighbors and friends, always supporting and giving back to our local businesses, schools, charitable organizations and clubs.

Hedges-Scott Funeral Home Camdenton is located on South Business Hwy 5, just 1.3 miles south of the main intersection of Hwy 5 and Hwy 54 in Camdenton, MO. We also have locations in Osage Beach, MO and Macks Creek, MO. 

Frequently Asked Questions about Funerals

What purpose does a funeral serve?

The funeral and the ceremony that accompanies it are indeed very important. For those who are left behind, a funeral provides a place for family and friends to gather for support and to reminisce; an opportunity to celebrate the life and accomplishments of a loved one; a chance to say goodbye; and the focal point from which the healing process can begin. The funeral identifies that a person's life has been lived, not that a death has occurred. It is also important to notify the community that this person has died. There are people beyond the immediate family who have the right to grieve a death. For instance, what would have happened in the United States if there had not been a funeral for President John F. Kennedy?