The history of Leslie Funeral home begins in 1895, when Jacob Carn established the business. In 1927 Marvin C. Leslie began working for the Carns while he was in school. In 1947 Marvin started his own funeral home out of his residence and continued the business there until Jacob Carns death in 1946, when he purchased both the funeral home and furniture store. In 1977 Mark Leslie became licensed and in 1979 owned and operated the funeral home due to Marvin Leslie retirement. Marvin was active with the funeral home until his death in 1999. The Leslie Funeral Home was relocated in 2001 to it's present location in Claysburg to the former Central Pennsylvania National Bank building on Bedford Street. Mark Leslie owned and operated the funeral home until his death in 2005. Harry E. Miller then purchased the funeral home, which is now known as Leslie-Miller Funeral Home in 2006.
The history of Miller Funeral Home begins in 1998. Harry E. Miller and John E. Smith open the funeral home at it's present location in East Freedom. The current location was the former Central Bank building which close in 1994. The building was renovated to offer a large visitation room, office, and selection room.