How Do You Want To Be Remembered?
It’s a sign of the times that more people are pre-planning and personalizing their own last hurrah. We spend a lifetime planning for the precious moments in our lives: birthday parties, anniversaries, weddings, and of course, our retirement. But there is one event that we tend not to plan for yet it’s guaranteed to happen...our final send-off. Leaving specific information regarding your own personal desires will greatly ease your family's burden of decision making by not having them try to guess what arrangements you would have wanted. It’s actually comforting to the people left behind knowing that you had a say in your own farewell.
The Christian Funeral followed by burial or cremation celebrates the life of the deceased in the whole context of the life, death and resurrection of Jesus.
We honor the dignity of those entrusted to our care. Choosing cremation rather than burial does not diminish the way we celebrate a wonderful life.
The VA does not provide or pay for a veteran's funeral or cremation. Membership is now open to honorably discharged veterans and their families.
Look into your future.
Make decisions on your own terms
When It Matters Most
It's our people that make the difference
Honoring Wonderful Lives
We're Not Just Funeral Directors
Professional Remembrance Planners
Your Trust & Confidence Is Essential
Eliminate The Burden
A Wise & Prudent Decision
Pre-planning saves you and your family money while protecting against inflation and price increases
A Remembrance Gathering plays a significant role in our lives & is an essential part of the healing process