Marya & Tommy took such good care of us

Joe and Regina were going through a very difficult time. In a very short time span they were dealing with the deaths of very close family members. First Joe’s dad, then his grandmother and then Regina’s father; a very unexpected and heartbreaking loss. They went from never having planned a funeral service to planning 3 in a very short span of time. It was overwhelming to say the least. Joe and Regina were primary planners in all 3 services, and each had very unique and different desires for how they wished to be honored. “The Gibbons, Marya and Tommy, did everything to help us. They instinctively knew what to do and what we needed. They were such a blessing”, according to Regina. She added, “They instantly put us at ease on the budget issues and saved us so much time and emotional stress”. She and Joe were able to do what they needed to do; honor the lives and memories of people they loved. You don’t really know for sure when the need for funeral services will arise. What you can know is that the Gibbons Family is there to take good care of you.

Whether you have an at-need circumstance or are considering pre-planning, the Gibbons Family is here to serve your family. If you have any questions about pre-planning or any aspect of funeral arrangements, please contact us with no obligation at 630-832-0018 or www.

We’re here 24 hours a day/7 days a week. Whenever our family can assist yours.

To reach out to the Gibbons Family:


Being a Veteran becomes part and parcel of who they are.

Kathy Gidcumb’s dad was a veteran. His service was important to him. When it came time to arrange services for Kathy’s dad, Tom Revane,  two things were certain. His services would be held at Gibbons Funeral Home in Elmhurst, and his service in the military would be an important part of remembering who he was and how he lived his life. Tom went on to marry, raise a family, serve his community and parish. He was a proud member of the Knights of Columbus. Marya Gibbons explains that “being a veteran becomes part and parcel of who a person is”. Adding, “we ensure that every benefit a veteran earned through their service is presented to the family”.

Thomas A. Gibbons, Jr. explains that veterans are entitled to an American Flag, an honor guard from their branch of the service, and their burial expenses at a National Cemetery are free of charge for a veteran and spouse. That includes a headstone. Abraham Lincoln Cemetery in Elwood, IL is the nearest National Cemetery. Full military honors are part of every service at Lincoln Cemetery. Added Thomas A. Gibbons Jr., “That moment where you present the flag to a family and state ‘On behalf of the President of the United States and a grateful nation’, the gravity of the service and sacrifice made by the men and women who served is impossible to misunderstand”. Kathy Gidcumb says it best, “It really was done just lovely”.

For details on Veteran’s funeral information, pre-need or at-need services,  contact Tom or Marya Gibbons at 630.832.0018 or click here.

To reach out to the Gibbons Family: