When it comes to planning a funeral service, you have numerous alternatives, and we will do everything we can to ensure a beautiful and dignified event. Whatever path you choose, we can provide you with a safe place to grieve, soothe, and love with family and friends. Above all, we will do everything possible to honor your loved one. We'll gladly go over all of your options with you and answer any questions you may have.
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A funeral ceremony is a unique opportunity for family and friends to console one another, begin the healing process, and commemorate a life well-lived. You can hold a funeral service to honor your loved one, whether you choose burial or cremation. We can arrange either a traditional funeral service or something completely unique. We will try our best to fulfill your preferences. Many nations and religions have unique funeral traditions, and we will do our best to satisfy them. This is a special time for you and your family, and we'd like to assist you in any way we can.
A memorial ceremony, like a funeral, is a moment to memorialize and honor your loved one. With or without an urn, this can be held quickly after death or weeks later. What matters is that it provides a time and place for family and friends to come together and support one another, share memories, and pay respects. A memorial service can be held at our funeral home, the final burial site, or your home.
A conventional casket burial is a traditional service with a variety of options. We can arrange for an instant burial without a public service, a visitation, viewing, or wake with a closed or open casket, a funeral service at our funeral home, church, or private residence, and a cemetery graveside service. You can opt for a public or private service, or a combination of both. It is totally up to you to pay your respects in the way that you see fit.
For many people, cremation has become a popular choice since it allows them greater flexibility in terms of where and when they host a memorial service. With or without the urn present, you can have a typical funeral ceremony before a cremation or a memorial service at any time. You have the option of keeping the urn, scattering the ashes, or having the urn buried in a grave or columbarium where a service might be held. We're here to provide you with a memorable ceremony, whether you choose burial or cremation. We have our own on-site crematory, so your loved one will never be separated from us.
Pre-planning is one of the best ways to protect your loved ones from the emotional and financial burden of planning a funeral. Pre-planning is a matter of taking time to think about – and record – your end-of-life desires. It’s a thoughtful gesture of those you love, and a way to let go of anxieties about the future. Preplanning lets you create your own unique life celebration. Including your family in the planning process can help them feel connected to you both in life and in death, knowing that your arrangements reflect your desires. Make these important decisions in the privacy of your own home with our simple online pre-planning form.