We can tailor your funeral service precisely to your family’s faith, culture, and preferences. Whether you choose a religious church service or a more secular theme, your loved one’s farewell will be memorable, sincere, and unique. More than anything, we want to help you tell your loved one’s story.
One of the ways we do that is by making sure their tribute is meaningful and unique with personalization options like engraved grave markers, beautiful urns, or even a dove, balloon, or butterfly release after the service, which can be very meaningful. Special music can also enrich any service, so feel free to inquire.
The Visitation: A Time For Closure
Often referred to as a wake, a visitation can be held before or after a service. An opportunity to say a last goodbye to a loved one, a visitation also allows family and friends to gather for support. The casket can be open or closed, present or not. Visitations at our funeral home help provide a sense of closure for everyone.
Preplanning your own funeral will give you peace of mind, knowing your wishes will be respected and the emotional and financial burden of planning your farewell hasn’t fallen on your family.
It’s also an important consideration for those who are critically ill. Preplanning can be empowering for all involved when it comes to items like wills and insurance.
Preplanning for any funeral, whether traditional burial or cremation, only takes a small amount of time. The time to get started is now, and we’ve made it so easy for you. Click here to go directly to our online preplanning form. Once it’s completed, just click submit and we will contact you to complete the details.