History & Staff
At Lambeth-Troxler Funeral & Cremation Services, we provide personalized service options that allow you to honor your loved ones in a way that is both meaningful and healing. We hope to provide support and caring while delivering memorial services that celebrate life and help families find the peace they deserve.
If you’re seeking an honorable celebration of life in Greensboro and the surrounding areas, we invite you to learn more about where we came from, our vision, and the dedicated people behind our work.
A History of Caring
Approximately 1950 and after a number of years with the former Hanes Funeral Home in Greensboro, Odell Lambeth decided he wanted to have his own Funeral Establishment. He partnered with Fred Troxler, who owned the land that the new funeral home would occupy, and Ralph Hutton, a funeral director from Topeka, Kansas. Together they formed what was initially known as Lambeth-Hutton-Troxler Funeral Home. Odell handled most of the design work and supervised the construction of the new facility, which opened in 1953. A short time later it was felt that the name Lambeth-Hutton-Troxler was too long and unwieldy, thus the name was changed for a brief time to Lambeth Funeral Home. Ralph Hutton soon left the business, and in recognition of Fred Troxler's contributions and service the name was changed to Lambeth-Troxler Funeral Home.
Serving the needs of today's families
If you have never planned for a burial or cremation, or it has been a while since you have, you may not realize just how much is involved. During the arrangement process you select everything from the type of service or Tribute, merchandise, scheduling, plus much more. We know you and your family are unique, it only makes sense that planning for a life commemoration should be unique as well. Whatever you desire, we will offer suggestions and assist you with making your ideas work.
Today, many people have concerns and questions about costs. Lambeth-Troxler Funeral & Cremation Services has consistently offered a variety of options so that every family can plan a tribute that is appropriate, meaningful and affordable.
It is our philosophy to bring our years of dedication and compassion to those we serve. We know each life is unique and we want to make a difference to the families whose lives we touch before, during and after each service. At any point, we are ready to help you sort through the options and answer your questions. We serve people from all backgrounds, so you can have confidence and trust that our years of experience are available to you, walking in step with you. We want to make a difference in your life, to provide comfort and care and provide direction and guidance when you need it most.
Most importantly, we are committed to:
- offering a wide range of services to fit every budget
- answering questions and providing options
- respecting all faiths, customs, traditions and lifestyles
- providing a highly qualified staff of trained professionals to handle every detail flawlessly
- and providing the very best in professional service and personal care to you, your family and loved one
Our Staff’s Dedication to Respectful Care
A funeral, or memorial service, should provide family members and loved ones with the chance to reflect, remember, and celebrate a life well-lived. At Lambeth-Troxler, our goal is to create exceptional services and experiences that fulfill the wishes of your loved one. Our experienced Funeral Directors provide guidance on the crucial first steps toward healing.
Danny is a graduate of Gupton-Jones College of Mortuary Science where he earned a Scholastic Achievement Award. He also was on the dean's list through all semesters. Danny came to Kernersville with 34 years funeral experience. He is a National licensed funeral director/embalmer and also a licensed life insurance agent. Danny is a member of First Christian Church.
Danny has serves as Chairperson for the Korners Folly Foundation Board, Board of Care Net Counseling Center, and is a member of the Board for the Natural Science Center in Greensboro. He is also a member of the Kernersville Lions Club and is a past District Governor for Lions District 31-D. He is a Melvin Jones Fellow and has also served on numerous state committees as well.
Danny served on the board for Hospice, the Music Academy of North Carolina, The Shepherd's Center of Kernersville, Kernersville Chamber of Commerce, the former Downtown Council, and CrimeStoppers. He has chaired numerous fund raising committees and has helped raise over $1,000,000 for various charities around the Triad. Danny is a 2005 Graduate of Leadership Kernersville and is also an after dinner and motivational speaker. Danny is married to the former Rosette Ambrose. They have four children Jonathan, Nikki, Joshua, and Jordan. They also have three grandsons Jack, Ramsey, and Noah.
National Funeral Director of the Year for 2017.
Bruce began his service with Lambeth-Troxler in 2010. Bruce has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and is a retired financial institution executive who enjoys photography, gardening, playing with his great grandson and is a member of Friendship United Methodist Church. “The ability to help individuals and families going through grief is extremely gratifying to me personally. Everyone deserves a professional service and I enjoy providing that level of service in a difficult time.”
Larry began his service with Lambeth-Troxler in 2011. Larry received his GED from Guilford Technical Community College. He and his wife have five children one which is now deceased, eight grandchildren and three great grandchildren and a member of Emmanuel Wesleyan Church. “I think a funeral service is a time that brings families together in one place. We honor the deceased, but we need to focus on the family. Hoping that we can show them how much they need to support and love each other in their time of grief.”