The funeral allows people to remember and honor their loved ones in a special way. It serves as a central gathering place for family and friends to give emotional support to one another, while encouraging mourners to face the pain of their loss. The opportunity to express their thoughts and feelings helps them to better cope with their grief, and enables them to move forward in their lives. It initiates the grief process while bringing closure to the death by remembering their lives. If you are ready to cremate your loved one and make the necessary arrangements, you can check here.

“Unable are the loved to die. For love is immortality.”

– Emily Dickinson


  • Basic services of funeral director and staff
  • Arrangement of clergy
  • Composing and placing of obituary notices
  • Filing of all necessary paperwork and permits
  • No embalming services provided
  • Transportation to cemetery or crematorium
  • One hour viewing for family only
  • Transfer of remains (over certain mileage extra, please ask)
  • Memorial Package: cards/folders (100 max included), registration book, acknowledgement notes, cross/crucifix, pall bearer gloves (upon request)