Cain Funeral Home, Inc. is owned and operated today by the same core group of local families who were its founders. On October 21, 1976, the South Carolina Secretary of State issued a corporate charter to that group in the name of "Evans Funeral Home, Inc."
The professional staff and support staff welcome you to the Cain Calcutt-Stephens Funeral Home - Palmetto Crematory web site. We hope the following pages will answer your questions and provide other useful information about the funeral, cremation and other services we offer. If you need additional information, please call us at 843-665-7177, or feel free to e-mail any of our staff members at the addresses indicated on the following pages.
Our slogan says, "Serving with Pride and Dignity Since 1976". In addition to being our slogan, those words also define our goal - to provide services of the highest professional quality in a sensitive, caring and dignified manner to every family which entrusts the final celebration of the life of a loved one to us.
We hope that browsing our web site will help you identify some of the reasons why, since 1976, hundreds of families each year choose Cain Calcutt-Stephens Funeral Home to handle arrangements for the final celebration of the life of a deceased loved one. We are indeed grateful for having had the opportunity to serve each of them, and we remain dedicated to continuing to provide the highest level of professional, caring service available.
Most of us plan ahead in life. We plan for our wedding, our children's education, family vacations, and other significant expected life events. We also plan for the unexpected events of life by purchasing home, auto and medical insurance.
We offer a wide range of services including direct burials, cremation services (with or without the body present), memorial services and traditional funerals. Also, we can help you arrange for the purchase of cemetery property if that is required.
“Bill, The two words, “Thank You”, do not impart all the warm emotions I feel as I recall the myriad of things you and your staff did for my family in our time of distress. You would have had to know my mom to fully understand why I think of you as family, now. She always tried to make our pathways smooth ones. It seems as though you were in lock-step with her these past two weeks, always thinking of others, instead of yourself, just as she did...” Continue Reading