Penwell-Gabel Funeral Home

Our beautiful funeral home offers comfort, convenience, and attractive surroundings.

Everything has been designed with you in mind, including a beautiful chapel, a variety of tastefully appointed rooms for family and visitors to gather, and a large, well-lit parking area.

Recent Reviews

Death of a loved one in never easy- even when expected. But Penwell-Gabel (especially Martha) made it easier to undergo the process. 
~ Patricia   M. - 3/22/2017
Penwell-Gabel in Junction City is outstanding. The staff is some of the most professional people we know and their ways of dealing with details and providing as much time is exemplary. Sam Steiner, Barb Wunder, Jim, Martha, and Jerry. The staff are residents of our community and know so many people personally. That matters!
~ Phyllis   G. - 9/23/2016
No improvement necessary. Everything was handled great. James G Jacobs was extremely helpful. 
~ Elizabeth   F. - 9/20/2016
I and my family were very pleased. Jim was caring and every detail was taken care of very well. We could not be more pleased. 
~ Jeanne   N. - 8/8/2016

Penwell-Gabel Funeral Home & Crematory

For more than a century, providing compassionate funeral care has been the Penwell-Gabel tradition. Penwell-Gabel Funeral Home has been serving Junction City families since 1990.

Over the years, our professional staff has served generations of Junction City families with compassion and care, and we are committed to the well-being of our community.

(785) 762-3131
203 N Washington St.
Junction City, KS 66441
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Our Staff

Managing Funeral Director
Sam Steiner

When we promise to provide you with quality funeral and cremation services at a fair price, the cornerstone of that promise is our caring, professional staff.

Managing Funeral Director Sam Steiner has been a proud member of the Penwell-Gabel family for more than fifteen years. Sam has three sons ranging in ages from 10-18, and is very involved with their schools and activities. Sam is active in the Noon Rotary Club and his church and is a member of the Elks Lodge #1037 in Junction City and the Washburn University Alumni Association. He is also a district director for the Kansas Funeral Directors Association and a board member for the Geary Community Health Care Foundation.