In September of 1990, the construction of a new, state-of-the-art funeral facility was begun in Kutztown, Pennsylvania, at the corner of Greenwich Street and Fairview Drive. This facility included entrances and restrooms for the physically challenged, a tastefully decorated parlor which can accommodate seating for over 200 people, a family hospitality room, ample off-street and well lighted parking areas, and a large conference room for making funeral arrangements. It also included a large casket selection area and a cremation products selection room, showcasing a variety of the finest funeral products available, keeping in mind that every family is unique and has their own personality. Construction was completed by August 1991 when the new facility opened. The name of the business was changed to Ludwick Funeral Homes. The Noble Street facility in Kutztown was closed and the property was sold. In 1999, Mr. Ludwick incorporated the business and the name was changed to Ludwick Funeral Homes, Inc.
In 2002, another native of Kutztown and a staff member of Ludwick Funeral Home since 1989, Deron K. Youse, became a licensed funeral director and began arranging, directing, and personalizing funerals along with James and Emory.
In 2005, Jonathan M. Quier of Kutztown began working with the funeral home and became a licensed funeral director in 2010.
In September 2013, after 26 years, Mr. Emory B. Fenstermacher retired from full-time employment. Emory continued to help on a part-time basis but sadly, Emory passed away suddenly on February 24, 2019.