Funerals as Unique as Your Life

The death of a loved one is a difficult time. If final arrangements have not been made prior to death, there are many decisions that must be made. We are here to assist you through this life experience. Whether you are looking for traditional or cremation services, we offer many different choices to help you memorialize your loved one. Our directors and staff are here to assist you with the details of personalizing a service that best memorializes your loved one.

Our service choices include:

Traditional Funeral Service     

Our traditional funeral service is the most common request. It normally consists of visitation in the evening followed by a funeral service the next day. Photographs, special music, and other special memorabilia can aid families in creating a service that will be meaningful. Families will need to choose a casket and, because most cemeteries require an outer container for burial, a vault will also need to be chosen.

Same-Day Visitation/Service     

Some people choose to have a visitation immediately preceding a funeral service on the same day. This type of service usually includes 1-4 hours of visitation, followed immediately by a service. Photographs, special music, and other special memorabilia can aid families in creating a service that will be meaningful. Families will need to choose a casket and, because most cemeteries require an outer container for burial, a vault will also need to be chosen.

Cremation Following Traditional Service

Cremation doesn't necessarily mean not having a service. Sometimes families choose to have a traditional service, followed by a cremation. As with a traditional service, it usually consists of visitation in the evening followed by a funeral service the next day. Photographs, special music, and other special memorabilia can aid families in creating a service that will be meaningful. A rental casket is available for this type of service, and we offer a wide variety of urns for families to select from.

Military Honors Services     

Veterans are often remembered with some type of military honors. Whether it be at the funeral home or cemetery, most military branches have special customs that they use to memorialize your loved one's service to his/her country. These types of services can be incorporated into almost any of our funeral service offerings.

Graveside Service    

Sometimes families choose not to have a visitation. This type of service is held at the graveside and can be private if the family wishes. Families will need to choose a casket and, because most cemeteries require an outer container for burial, a vault will also need to be chosen.

Direct Burial    

With this type of service, there is no visitation. The family may or may not choose to have an officiate at the burial. There is no embalming. Families will need to choose a casket and, because most cemeteries require an outer container for burial, a vault will also need to be chosen.

Memorial Service    

This type of service can be conducted without the presence of the deceased. It may follow a direct burial or a cremation. Photographs, special music, and other special memorabilia can aid families in creating a service that will be meaningful.

Direct Cremation Services    

We offer a wide variety of cremation urns for families to select from when choosing a direct cremation. If a family chooses a direct cremation, they may also wish to have a memorial service at a later date. There is no embalming needed if a family chooses direct cremation.

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