In an effort to protect the health and safety of our families and the community, Knotts Funeral Home pursuant to Executive Order Number 120 issued by Governor Roy Cooper on March 23, 2020, gatherings of 50 or more is prohibited in an inside or outside enclosed space. Know that every effort will be made to protect our families as we schedule our in church, private and graveside services.
ATTENTION: Everyone that Enters the Funeral Home and or Attending the Services - MUST WEAR A MASK
Thank you in advance for helping Us protect the families and communities that we serve.
At Knotts Funeral Homes, we have a mission... a mission of quality service that is reflected in everything we do. When families come to us for funeral services, they feel comfortable in expressing their wishes and discussing the options available to them. That's because it's all about family at Knotts Funeral Homes. We personally make the decisions that affect the standard of service we provide.
We at Knotts Funeral Home thank you for allowing us to serve your families. Our founder, the late William Harvey Knotts, Sr. was committed to providing "kind and considerate service to all families that we serve". We his family share in that commitment of excellence. If you are here to read a obituary please don't forget to sign the guestbook.