Advance planning with a member of our staff of funeral directors is available during our normal business hours. There is no fee for this consultation.
A traditional funeral service usually includes visitation at the funeral home with the casketed body. During visitation, family and friends gather to support one another and to celebrate a life that touched them.
Usually on the following day, a service ceremony is held at the funeral home or other facility. After the service ceremony, final committal and interment are held at the cemetery .
Cremation is the process of reducing the body to ashes through the application of intense heat. The ceremony before or after the cremation process is the decision of the family.
A visitation period with the body present may be held at the funeral home or another facility.
There are options to the final disposition of the cremains. Cremains can be interred or placed in a permanent receptacle, referred to as an urn, prior to placement in a mausoleum or columbarium.