Death is hard enough. Having to plan a funeral or memorial service adds a lot of stress to an already difficult time. Whatever way you choose to honor your loved one, we take care of every detail so you and your family can focus on what matters most.
A memorial service can be tailored to the needs of your family, and can incorporate both traditional and non-traditional elements. Some of our services are included below.
Visitation: Also called a viewing or a wake, visitations allow guests to pay their respects with the deceased present. A visitation can occur at any time before the funeral service.
Funeral Service: This service can take place at the funeral home, a church, or at the graveside. It can include music, the reading of literary or religious passages, a eulogy, prayer, and the singing of hymns.
Committal Service: A vehicle procession to the cemetery if choosing burial services.
Funeral Reception: A post-service gathering can take place at a reception hall or other venue of choice. This is a time to gather to share memories, laughter, and support.
Burial services are an important element of healing, and where you choose to lay your loved one to rest becomes a part of your family’s life, creating a space to visit and honor their memory for generations to come. We can guide you in selecting the perfect space and designing a personalized memorial marker. Burial services are also an option for those who choose cremation.
Graveside services can be a beautiful way to say goodbye and begin the process of healing. Services can take place outdoors or inside our mausoleum. A funeral director will help you design a meaningful ceremony, as well as guide you through our Memorialization Options.
Cremation services are an available option for any type of memorial service, and do not limit how you choose to honor your loved one. Please call us at any time to discuss your options. To learn more about our cremation services, click here.
When you’re ready, we are always available.