3 generations

Our History

T.O.L. specialize in soft-tissue injuries, advanced post-mortem reconstruction, airbrush cosmetics and waxing. Because the body is one of the most important considerations in this industry, when it comes to our facility, the embalming room became a passion-project for Courtney G. Baloney. Every intricate piece of detail, from the equipment, to cleanliness, to the use of products, they are all personal to this embalmer. In addition, clients are always tended to with such precision that they necessarily appear in a life-like, and a well-groomed state of rest. We have extensive experience reconstructing diseased areas, returning characteristic individual charms to cases where families thought there would be no viewing of their loved one’s remains. We understand the emotional weight that families carry during this time, so it became our mission to ensure that your loved ones are seen and remembered as a TREASURE!


Treasures of Life Center for Life Funeral Services, owned and operated funeral service provider established in 2015 by Courtney Gerard Baloney, is a third-generation funeral home. His legacy of providing Personal Service, Integrity and Innovation is what his grandfather, Earl Baloney, Sr., built his business upon in 1958. Today, these same values still guide Courtney Baloney and his staff at Treasures of Life Funeral Services as they seek to provide the finest in funeral service to those in need.


T.O.L. (Treasures of Life), history truly begins with Courtney’s grandfather Earl Baloney Sr. who graduated cum laude from The Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science on February 28, 1947. He began practicing mortuary science on South Emilie Street in Garyville, LA in the 1950’s. Courtney’s father, Earl Baloney, Jr., also followed his father footsteps, when he attended and graduated from The Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science in 1963. His Aunt Carmen M. Baloney received her Funeral Director’s license in May of 1980 and his mother Shelia G. Baloney received her Funeral Director’s license in July of 1984. All following in his grandfather’s footsteps at Earl Baloney & Sons Mortuary.
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