The Thomas L. Nied Funeral Home was established in 1922, and has remained a family owned funeral home. The Bash-Nied Funeral Home has remained a family owned funeral home since it was purchased from the Bash family in 1999. We offer all forms of final disposition, including Traditional funeral services, Cremation with a viewing, Direct Burial, and Direct Cremation.
We provide guidance in all aspects of the funeral selected including consultation with family and clergy, preparation and filing of all necessary notices, authorizations and consents, certificates and permits. Coordinating with those providing other portions of the funeral, e.g., cemetery, crematory, and others. Supervising of all arrangements pertaining to the funeral service and direction of funeral and assistance to the family following the funeral and final disposition, and presence at place of final disposition.
We have an on site casket selection room to make your selection of merchandise easy and convenient.
Each of our viewing rooms are comfortable and warm and have a side seating room off of the main room to accommodate large visitations.
The funeral home is ADA compliant. We have handicapped parking in both of the parking lots located on either side of the building. We also have a handicapped restroom. All viewing rooms are located on the first floor of the building. There are no stairs. We also have wheelchairs available for those in need.
Chairs for All Occasions
We offer folding chairs for all occasions. This enables the families we serve to have adequate seating in their homes for, not only funerals, but birthdays, anniversaries, and retirement parties.
As a continuation of our dedicated service we are pleased to also provide what we call aftercare. This is the care you receive after all the services are over. We find it necessary to help you through the grieving process as best we can.
To provide a resource center and safe place where all who have experienced the pain of death may come to work through loss and learn to manage grief.
We offer the following bereavement support services:
- Community resources
- Peer counseling
- Support group listings
- Educational seminars
- Our "library within a library"
- Volunteer opportunities
center for bereavement support
Located on the second floor of
The Carnegie Library of Homestead
2717 Murray Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15217