Rader Funeral Home has recently partnered with International Christian Centers for the Deaf(ICCD) to help raise awareness to this initiative.To date, ICCD has helped thousands of Deaf children in developing countries around the globe,but thousands more still need our help. We’re asking generous donors like you to help us by donating funds that will provide these children with meals, language skills, a safe environment, and hope for the future.
This past summer we hosted an event at the funeralhome “One Stop Summer Shop Fundraiser” which raised $500 for the ICCD. Click here to help fund ICCD.
More than 120 years of history, love and devotion to families' needs.
Rader Funeral Home was established more than 120 years ago and is the oldest funeral home business in Botetourt County.
The changes that have overwhelmed the Botetourt area have indeed changed the funeral home itself. Rader was established in 1898 in the small town of Troutville, Virginia, where Mr. Rader (Ryder) opened his doors as a funeral home even though the building was actually a small shed where he also conducted a carpentry business. There, Mr. Rader built coffins and other cabinetry, a skill often carried into funeral homes in the early days.