The customary rituals of traditional, in-ground burial are an important step in the process of saying farewell, and healing from the sense of loss and bereavement. Families turn to us to help them plan this important form of tribute because they have always found peace in the services we provide, and confidence in the kindness we offer.
The Funeral Service has three rites: the visitation, the service, and the interment. Each rite is separate and distinct. However, together they create a powerful and necessary means of expression.
We welcome your questions and inquiries at any time.
One of our directors will take care of all of the operational details with you, such as time, date, and place of service, coordinating with clergy, cemetery, crematory, etc.
If military honors are appropriate, we will arrange the participation of Veterans or the American Legion and work with the local Veterans Service Officers.
We will assist you with the choice of a casket, urn, grave liner or vault, that best fit your needs.
Legalities & Notification
We will handle the processing of all necessary legal requirements for, including:
Filing of Death Certificate
Reports of Final Dispositions
Submitting Death Notices & Obituaries
Notification of Social Security
We provide families who select cremation with the same variety of choices that accompany a traditional interment: memorial services, gatherings, visitations...all may still be arranged. When the cremation process is complete, you may choose to keep the cremated remains in a beautiful urn, or in keepsake lockets for members of the family. Or, you might request disposal at sea, or scattering in a place that has special meaning.
We are happy to answer any questions about the special commemorative choices that accompany the cremation process.