Honoring Life

Planning a funeral for your loved one

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Though lovers be lost, love shall not; And death shall have no dominion.

Dylan Thomas

Determine if you would like traditional burial or cremation

If you choose traditional burial you will have the option to have an open or closed casket visitation and/or a service prior to the burial. You may also choose to have an immediate burial without a visitation or service.

With cremation your options are numerous. An open casket visitation and/or a service to honor the life of your loved one can still be held. You can then choose burial in a cemetery plot, inurnment in a cremation niche, retaining of the cremated remains by a family member, scattering on private property or at a place that was significant to the deceased. (It would always be advisable to check for local regulations regarding scattering in a public place – your funeral director can help you with this).

Determine if you will have a funeral service

Planning a funeral can sometimes seem overwhelming for those who have suffered a loss. We are here to guide you through the process and to remind you of the value a ceremony can hold for you and your family. Funeral services are a time for family and friends to gather together to support one another and to help celebrate and remember the life of the person who has died. They are an important part of the grieving process because they give us the opportunity to gather with family and friends to share memories and to say goodbye. They can be formal or informal, traditional or non-traditional, and can take place in a variety of settings such as at a funeral home, church, restaurant, home, or even outdoors in a backyard or a park. Your funeral director can help you to choose a service that will be meaningful for your unique situation.

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