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Choosing a funeral home who will help guide through the variety of options surrounding helps you feel supported throughout the planning process.
Traditional, in casket burials may strike some as a common occurrence at a funeral, but modern services allow you to customize how friends and families can remember and celebrate the life of those they held close.
From choosing the perfect casket to designing a funeral service around their wishes and personality, We can help you create the perfect memorial.
Choosing between an in- casket burial and cremation is a personal decision, but for the first time in history, cremation is now being chosen by a majority of people across the country. Regardless of why your loved one wanted to be cremated after their passing, it is really just a step in the memorialization process. At our Funeral Home, cremation offers just as many – if not more – options for friends and family to honor and celebrate their loved one’s life.
Finding the perfect resting place for your loved one is one of the most important, and difficult choices after they pass away. However, with the many options available today, deciding on what is best for your loved one can be tough, especially when there are no specific wishes or instructions.
Coping with loss is different for everyone. Each person deals with grief in vastly different ways, but no matter how you grieve, you don’t need to feel alone. We have a variety of resources available for grief and bereavement support, which you can utilize at your own pace, at the right time.
Thankfully, time spent at a funeral or in a cemetery is not a regular part of life. These spaces help us to honor those we love most, and should be treated with respect and dignity. Below you will find some helpful etiquette tips to help you navigate these environments.
A veteran’s memorial service is our chance to pay our respects and give brave men and women the compassion and honor they deserve.
As citizens of this great nation, we owe our freedoms, rights, and opportunities to those who did all they could to protect our county. This is why we are devoted to honoring the wishes of these veterans and their loved ones, working hard to provide a patriotic final service.
After a death, it’s vital that family members take legal considerations into account. This helps ensure that the following days can be spent grieving and planning a funeral, while personal and financial assets are taken care of.