A traditional funeral service provides for families at a time of loss. From care of your loved one to the administrative tasks to the gathering of friends and family for times of support and tribute, the funeral home handles it all. From your initial contact with us, we are there to coordinate all service plans, obtain all of the permits, documents and registrations required and provide dignified care of the person who has died. We will provide the facilities necessary for periods of visitation as well as the funeral service and arrange a reception to follow if desired. We carry a variety of merchandise to suit your needs. Our service includes the use of automobiles for the transporting of the deceased and the clergy. We also provide stationery such as guest book and memorial cards. We can contact clergy, cemeteries and prepare obituary notices on your behalf. We are there to advise you on tributes, eulogies, flowers and other related matters. Death announcements are published on our website which enables people to view obituaries and video tributes of the funeral service.

A funeral service with cremation allows for all of the services mentioned above. We offer a time for friends and family to gather, share support and express their sympathies, either before or after cremation takes place. The funeral director will obtain all of the required permits, documents and registrations and arrange for the cremation to be completed respecting family wishes and legislative requirements. We will provide facilities for visitation, services and receptions if so desired. With the choice of cremation, some families choose to have a service or gathering at a later date or in a different location. Your funeral director will help you explore those options.

A direct cremation service provides families with the basic service provided from the funeral director. We prepare obituaries, contact cemeteries, obtain all of the permits, documents and registrations required and provide dignified care of the person who has died. We provide merchandise from various types of cremation caskets, urns and memorial jewelry.

A celebration of life provides families with the facilities to visit with friends and family without a religious ceremony. Some families chose to have a clergyperson begin the celebration and are usually followed by sharing of memories. Often a celebration is a two hour span with memorial video tributes being displayed and light refreshments being served.