A funeral service fills several important needs in today’s society. First of all, it provides for the dignified and respectful care of the deceased, and as a special tribute to a unique life. Equally important, the funeral service helps survivors confront the reality of deaththe first big step toward overcoming grief. A funeral is a very personal matter, subject to the wishes and needs of our client families. The kind of funeral service provided is influenced by many factors, including tradition, custom, religious affiliation and individual preference. There is no standard practice, no set pattern of events that is right for everyone. To better serve the growing number of families who prefer cremation, we have, since 1999, operated our own cremation facility, located in our Marinette Ave. building.
A funeral gives friends and relatives an opportunity to express the love and respect they feel for someone who was important to them. Many times, just seeing how much others cared can by a tremendous help to a family in adjusting to their loss. Personalizing a funeral to reflect the life of the deceased can be comforting to both family and friends. It makes the service unique while engaging those facing loss in the positive experience of planning a personal tribute.
We stand committed to meeting the needs of you, our client families. We will answer your questions in a clear and understandable manner; explain our prices and the value and benefits of all available options; and ensure that the arrangements you make meet with your individual needs. Your inquiry and comparison is invited.