Traditional Funeral Services

Allows family and friends to observe a period of visitation at the funeral home. followed by a funeral service in the funeral home chapel, family church or other locality of your choosing; with interment (ground burial or entombment) held in a cemetery.

Traditional Viewing
Followed By Cremation

Allows family and friends to observe a period of visitation at the funeral home; may be followed by a funeral service in the funeral home’s chapel, church or other locality of your choosing. The cremation takes place after the calling hours or funeral service.

Funeral Service Followed
By Burial or Cremation

Selected by families who desire to be interred traditionally in a cemetery without observing calling hours. Families may elect to have a funeral service in the chapel at the funeral home, a family church or other locality; following the service the interment is held in a cemetery of the family’s choice.

Cremation with Memorial Visitation & Memorial Service

Provides families the opportunity to honor their loved one by gathering to celebrate with family and friends. Like a traditional viewing, memorial visitation provides the family a set time and place to celebrate and remember their loved one. The Memorial Service is celebrated in the funeral home’s chapel, church or other locality.

Funeral Offerings

By definition, contemporary funeral offerings are selections that are new to the industry. Not long ago cremation was viewed in this category and today it is as main stream as a traditional funeral. If you are interested in any funeral arrangement you have been to, heard about or even conceived yourself, please contact us and let our talented team of funeral professionals help you arrange the services you want.

Graveside Services

Selected by families who wish to celebrate a traditional interment at a cemetery without any visitation or funeral service. Often families will observe a committal service at the place of final interment (graveside or mausoleum). This may be as traditional as desired, with a clergy person at the cemetery, or as nontraditional as desired, with the family and/or friends leading the service.


Meets the needs of families who desire to honor a loved one without involving the funeral home and its staff in any funeral services beyond the facilitation of the cremation. Memorial services or the burial of cremains is arranged and managed by the family without the assistance of a funeral director. Many families selecting this option elect to celebrate the deceased life by holding a “contemporary” life celebration at their home, public space such as a park or by renting a party house or restaurant.

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