A traditional funeral service includes a viewing or visitation, a formal funeral service (at the funeral home, local church or location of your choice), and the necessary automotive equipment, such as a hearse, to transport the body to the funeral site and cemetery. It is customary to purchase items such as a memorial register book, memorial folders, and acknowledgement cards. Floral tributes are often displayed and you are encouraged to bring in photographs and other memorabilia to further personalize the service.
A graveside service is held at the burial site. This service may be limited to the immediate family or open to all. After the service, there are options for a memorial service at the funeral home chapel, church, or venue of choice.
A memorial service is conducted without the body present and can vary in ceremony and procedures. It can be held at the funeral home or at a location of your choice. In order to create a memorial service that is as unique as your loved one, we encourage you to help personalize the service with memorabilia, photographs, and other personal items.
We offer a variety of cremation options to fit your needs, ranging from basic direct cremation (without visitation or services) to customized cremation services with visitation and a funeral or memorial service.