A funeral service often provides a sense of closure to family and friends. Although your faith or culture may dictate some elements of a funeral service, you may want to personalize other elements of the service. Listed below are some of the options available for the funeral service.

Traditional Burial: A viewing is followed by a funeral ceremony and concluded by burial at the cemetery.

Direct Burial: Arrangements are made to inter the deceased in a cemetery without having any funeral ceremony or visitation.

Traditional Cremation: The cremation of the deceased follows a viewing at the funeral home and traditional funeral ceremony at the church or funeral home.

Direct Cremation: Very similar to direct burial, the body is cremated immediately without any type of viewing or funeral service being conducted. Direct cremation is usually the most cost saving method of disposition.

Memorial Service: This service is usually a gathering of the family and friends at the funeral home without the body present. An actual viewing, burial or cremation may have preceeded the memorial service.

Personalization Options: We encourage a very personal feel for all our services. We offer many options to consider to personalize and memorialize your loved one.

  • Our merchandise selection room offers many different styles and colors of caskets and urns.
  • Many styles of register books, acknowledgment cards and prayer cards are available to you to choose from and give your loved one's service a very personal touch.
  • Memory boards and tables are available for family members to place personal memorabilia and photographs on display.
  • Also, our funeral home offers the option to play any musical selection.