Conduct funeral arrangements with family members to gather necessary information and discuss specific arrangements for a funeral.
- Remove and transfer the deceased from place of death to our funeral home.
- Professional care of the deceased, which may include sanitary care, embalming preparation, restorative art, dressing, hairdressing, casketing and cosmetology.
- File all Certificates, Permits, Affidavits, and Authorizations, as may be required.
- Acquire the requested amount of Certified Copies of the Death Certificate needed to settle the Estate of the deceased.
- The providing of a Register Book, Prayer Cards, Funeral Folders, and Acknowledgments, as requested by a family.
- Compile an obituary and place in newspapers.
- Make arrangements with the cemetery, crematory, or other place of disposition.
- Offer the assistance of notifying relatives and friends.
- Care and arrangement of floral pieces and the post-funeral distribution as directed by a family.
- Arrange for pallbearers, automobiles, and special services (Fraternal or Military) as requested by a family.
- Care and preservation of all floral cards, mass cards, or other memorial contributions presented to the funeral home.
- Guide the family in the cost consideration of a funeral, and not allow anyone to go beyond their financial means in the selection of a funeral, so as to place a burden upon the remaining survivors.
- Assist a family with Social Security, Veterans, Insurance, and other death-related claims.
- Assist in the selection of a competent attorney or monument dealer, only at the request of a family.
- A post funeral meeting, by the Funeral Director, with a family, to deliver such things as the Register Book, Floral and Mass Cards, and to ascertain whether or not they can be of further assistance.
Traditional service followed by cremation
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Directors are on call twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
No voice mail - our telephones are always answered by a person.