A funeral represents the opportunity to reflect on the meaning on a life that has been lived. There is a time for sharing, a time for reflection and a time for healing. Your family is at the center of this whole process. Your choices will make the funeral a service that is significant for you.
Traditionally the funeral service is considered to be “a complete funeral”. This generally includes a public or private viewing, following there would be a service typically at a church or the funeral home. The service would then be followed by a burial or cremation, if chosen. Some families may just desire to have a graveside service, no chapel/church service is necessary. Quite often this follows a visitation at the funeral home as well.
Items that compliment your service that may include clergy, flowers, memorial programs, monuments (headstones), balloon releases, dove releases, motorized escorts – all of this can be arranged by our staff.