A funeral service gives people the opportunity to express their emotions, share their memories and find comfort through the support of all who are in attendance. We can help you to arrange a personalized funeral ceremony that expresses the individuality of your loved one. We are here to assist you in creating a service that will acknowledge your family’s loss and honor the life of your loved one.
Traditionally, a burial service includes a family or public visitation that is followed by a funeral service, typically at the funeral home or in a church. The casket is then placed in a grave at a cemetery for earth burial or entombed in an above-ground mausoleum.
Cremation is an alternative to a traditional burial service but it does not limit how you choose to celebrate the life of your loved one.
Cremation Following a Funeral Service is a traditional funeral service except it is followed by cremation in lieu of a procession to the cemetery. Following the visitation, service or ceremony, and eventual cremation, the cremated remains can be buried, properly scattered, or returned to the family for safe keeping.
Cremation Preceding a Funeral Service is like a funeral, only it is a service of remembrance without the body present. Often the urn, pictures and other personal items will be on display to serve as a focal point for the memorial service.
Cremation without Service is the prompt cremation following death, without a formal funeral or memorial service.