The death of a loved one is often a time of great sadness and grief. This grief can be amplified when the final goodbyes are marred by painful memories of an unfitting service.
We believe that the funeral or memorial service should be a time of healing and a “celebration of life.” And as each person’s life is full of value and substance, their lives' contributions should be a source of hope and inspiration for those left behind.
Our ministers are experienced in learning about the deceased from family, friends, and associates to construct a eulogy that best reflects the life of the individual. The service celebrates, as their legacy, the choices they made, the relationships they nurtured, and the love they shared.
Interments and graveside services are usually quiet and intimate services, which honor your loved one in a way that reflects the dignity, love, and respect.
These services are often chosen for their simplicity, in contrast to the highly ritualized funeral or memorial services.
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