The funeral is a ceremony of proven worth and value for those who grieve. It provides an opportunity for family and friends to express their love, respect, grief and appreciation for a life that has been lived. It permits facing openly and realistically the crisis death presents. Through the funeral we take that first step toward healing and adjustment to our loss.
Providing excellent care when you and your family need it most.
The type of service conducted for the deceased is specified by the family. Our funeral directors are trained to assist families in creating personal, meaningful and unique services. The presence of friends at this time is an acknowledgement of friendship, love and support. It is helpful to friends and the community to have an obituary notice published announcing the death and type of service to be held. The type of service may be determined by somebody’s religious preference. Each religion has there own rites and traditions. There are also options for non-religious or humanist services.