This charge includes: A licensed staff member to respond to your initial request for services. This service is available on a 24-hour basis. A funeral service professional to coordinate ceremony details with the cemetery, crematory, clergy, florist, and newspaper. Assistance with the necessary funeral selections and explanations and help with local customs. Assistance with the completion of the death certificate with vital statistic information and securing the number of certified copies requested by the family. Assistance with governmental forms. Also included in this charge are overhead expenses relative to our operation such as insurance, maintenance, utility expenses, administrative costs, equipment and inventory expenses. This fee for our basic services and overhead will be added to the total cost of the funeral arrangements you select. (This fee is already included in our charges for direct cremations, immediate burials, and forwarding or receiving remains.) more info
Embalming is not a requirement of the law. Some funeral arrangements selected, such as a funeral with viewing, or the holding of a body for a period of time in excess of 48 hours between death and final disposition, requires embalming by funeral home policy.
This service includes, preparation for visitation, staffing during visitation, receiving and arranging floral tributes, coordinating donations and other duties associated with rites and services during visitation. This also includes,
but is not limited to, preparations for funeral service, staff to direct and assist with the funeral service and includes a period of time up to four hours in length. This service would include receiving, arranging and local delivery of flowers, coordinating donations, etc.
We arrange the memorial services, attend and handle all the details. It does not include the fees of the church, organist, hall, funeral home or any other location.
This service includes, the 2 hour use of a funeral home with the memorial service the same day.
Our charge includes: A licensed professional to coordinate the ceremony details, the necessary staff to meet friends and family members at the cemetery entrance and give them directions to the graveside (when needed) as well as to supervise the parking arrangement of friends and family at the graveside, and a register stand.
This service includes, but is not limited to, preparation for visitation, staffing during visitation, receiving and arranging floral tributes, coordinating donations and other duties associated with rites and services during visitation.