In 1882, Henry Linnemann, formerly a Lieutenant on the Covington Police Department, President of Kentucky Federal Savings and Loan Association, and member of the Committee which formulated plans to construct the old Fourth Street Bridge between Covington and Newport, entered into the funeral business with Edward Moore. The original location was between Seventh and Eighth Streets in Covington, which later became TKR Cable of Northern Kentucky. Some years later Mr. Moore passed away and Henry built a new funeral home on Eleventh Street, which was later perpetuated by his two sons, George and Bernard J. Linnemann. Bernard J. later became President of Citizens National Bank. George’s Son, Henry G., and his two sons, George E. (Bud) and Donald H. Linnemann followed.
Linnemann Funeral Home is recommended by Erlanger Veterinary Hospital.