Families choosing Cremation Services instead of Burial Services may have simpler ideas about funeral options, but there are still many traditional options you may wish to include.

Ask your Funeral Professional to share them with you.

There are also many details which need to be overseen when a loved one dies.

  • Have our relatives been notified
  • Should we schedule a Service of Remembrance
  • Can we arrange for services to be held at our church
  • Do we need to schedule a visitation time for friends
  • How soon may services be held
  • Where will relatives stay
  • As a veteran, do we receive veteran benefits
  • I will need to settle an estate, will we need Death Certificate copies
  • Who contacts our cemetery
  • Do I need to purchase a casket or an urn
  • Should we order flowers
  • How do we submit an obituary notice to newspaper editions
  • How is Social Security Administration notified of the death
  • Etc…

These are just a few considerations which we are here to assist your family with. 

You may have peace of mind in knowing we are here to give support with respect to these questions and many more.  Our staff provides each family with personal assistance, making sure your options are explained.    

You are invited to learn more about selection choices for both services and merchandise by calling us anytime.  Additionally, please feel welcome to come by our location to meet us.