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Burial Services

Often in burials, we design ceremonies around the casket being present. Tradition usually suggests a viewing followed by a funeral service in a church or memorial chapel. You may also choose a more informal service, such as one held in your family home.

There are no limits to the ways you can honor your loved one. We are here to listen to your concerns, share our experience, and help you to arrive in creating the perfect ceremonial gathering before your loved one's interment in the cemetery of your choice.

We offer three burial choices: Traditional, Graveside, and Memorial.

The Traditional option allows the family to have visitation, select a casket of their choice, and hold a traditional funeral service in the chapel or church of their choice. This option includes:

  • Professional services
  • Embalming and other preparations
  • Initial transfer of the remains to the funeral home
  • Use of hearse for transporting to the cemetery
  • Use of facilities for visitation
  • Memorial book
  • Acknowledgement cards
  • Food register book
  • Service at church or chapel
  • Casket of choice
  • Ground burial
  • Entombment in a mausoleum

The Graveside option allows the family to have visitation, select a casket of their choice, and hold a service at the graveside in the cemetery of their choice. This option includes:

  • Professional services
  • Embalming and other preparations
  • Initial transfer of the remains to the funeral home
  • Use of the hearse for transporting to the cemetery
  • Use of facilities for visitation
  • Memorial book
  • Acknowledgement cards
  • Food register book
  • Service at graveside in cemetery of choice
  • Ground burial
  • Entombment in mausoleum

The Memorial option offers several choices, such as:

  • Memorial service with private burial or entombment
  • Memorial service after graveside service or entombment
  • Memorial service with direct burial or entombment
  • Memorial service at a later date after burial or entombment