When you honor the life of your loved one, it demonstrates how much you value the relationship you shared. Bringing together those you love at a time of loss is the first step toward healing. We can help you create a memorable and meaningful event, whether it’s traditional or contemporary. Your choices include the place of celebration, the day of the week and time of day; the musical selection, what prayers will be said and/or songs you’d like sung.
You’ll need to decide whether you want your loved one to be buried or cremated. If you choose a burial, you can have a viewing with the body present and if you want it to be public or private. You’ll also need to make arrangements for a cemetery plot.
If you choose to have your loved one cremated, you can still have the body present for viewing before the cremation. Many families do not know this option exists, which can provide the needed closure on the path toward healing. After cremation, the remains can be scattered or kept in an urn or another keepsake.
Our goal is to offer you a tribute that pays respect to your loved one. We will do everything we can to uphold your family history.
It’s not just an emotional matter when a loved one dies, it’s also a legal one that requires the timely completion of paperwork. The first step involves accurately completing and filing the Death Certificate and Burial or Cremation permit.