Dealing with the loss of a loved one is never easy, and funeral services are an essential part of the recovery process. Acknowledging your loss with family and friends through a funeral service gives everyone the opportunity to express their emotions, share memories and find comfort through the support of others. A funeral service provides those who are grieving with the support they need to begin to find closure, say goodbye, and come to terms with their loss.
We can help you create a personalized funeral ceremony that expresses the individuality and unique traits of your family. We can assist you in creating a service that will both heal hearts and honor the life of your loved one. No matter the setting or style you choose, our staff are honored to assist you in creating a service that reflects your loved one’s unique life. Please contact us to begin the process.
Planning your own funeral is not something that many like to think about. In fact, many people choose to avoid it altogether. When you preplan your arrangements, you make those first 24 hours easier for your loved ones. You also save them money. The stress of making last minute funeral arrangements often causes people to incur unnecessary expenses. By taking care of the arrangements yourself, you free them from spending more than they need too.
When you pre-plan, you can do so at your own pace, when you feel calm, healthy, and rational.
You can also make pre-arrangements for a loved one. If you have any questions or would prefer to speak to someone directly, please contact us.
We understand how you will be devastated by the loss of a loved one and will need help and assistance in arranging a cremation.
One reason that people choose cremation over a burial is cost. The cost for cremation is lower than the cost of arranging a burial because you do not have to pay for the land, its preparation and then the long-term upkeep.
Some feel the experience of attending a cremation is less traumatic than that of attending a graveside service. A cremation ceremony can focus more on the person who has died rather than the ceremony.