Burial Funeral Services

Offerings for those interested in a burial service

 

Traditional Funeral Service:

  • Professional, Staff, and Administrative Services: such as making all phone calls, receiving phone calls, filing of paperwork, writing and placing of the obituary, creating the death certificate, obtaining doctor’s/coroner’s signature on the death certificate, filing the certificate with the county of death, obtaining a burial/cremation/transit permit and certified copies of the death certificate
  • General Overhead Expenses: a proportional amount of all operational expenses
  • Removal from the place of Death (within 35 miles of the funeral home)
  • Preparation of the Deceased: Dignity Care, Embalming, Dressing, Casketing, Cosmetizing, & Hairstyling Services
  • Use of Funeral Home Facilities and Parking Area for visitations and funeral services
  • Two(2) days of Visitation: The public will be notified of the family’s availability to receive friends and guests usually Day one(1) 2-4 & 6-8 or 5-8pm, Day two(2) 2-4 & 6-8 or 5-8pm
  • Funeral Home Hospitality Services: Coffee, Tea Forte Exotic Hot Tea, Fresh Baked Otis Spunkmeyer Cookies, Facial Tissues, Mint Candies, Private water for the family, Water Cooler for guests, Children’s Room (we ask a family member to be with children at all times), etc.
  • Funeral Home Service: Funeral Home equipment and fixtures, parking lot staff, Licensed Funeral Director and Associates to assist in the direction of the funeral service
  • Choice of Musical Selections for the Services held at the Funeral Home
  • Procession to the Cemetery following the Funeral Home Service
  • Automotive Equipment: First Call*, Hearse*, Flower Delivery Car*, Funeral Escort* & Service/Utility Vehicles*

The above does not include charges for casket, floral tribute, outer burial container, cemetery fees or cash advanced items, such as newspaper notices, death certificates, clergy fees, etc.

* All transportation is within a 70 mile round trip local service area. There will be an additional cost of $2.50 per mile thereafter.

 

Customary Funeral Service:

  • Professional, Staff, and Administrative Services: such as making all phone calls, receiving phone calls, filing of paperwork, writing and placing of the obituary, creating the death certificate, obtaining doctor’s/coroner’s signature on the death certificate, filing the certificate with the county of death, obtaining a burial/cremation/transit permit and certified copies of the death certificate
  • General Overhead Expenses: a proportional amount of all operational expenses
  • Removal from the place of Death (within 35 miles of the funeral home)
  • Preparation of the Deceased: Dignity Care, Embalming, Dressing, Casketing, Cosmetizing, & Hairstyling Services
  • Use of Funeral Home Facilities and Parking Area for visitations and funeral services
  • One(1) day of Visitation: The public will be notified of the family’s availability to receive friends and guests usually 2-4 & 6-8 or 5-8pm
  • Funeral Home Hospitality Services: Coffee, Tea Forte Exotic Hot Tea, Fresh Baked Otis Spunkmeyer Cookies, Facial Tissues, Mint Candies, Private water for the family, Water Cooler for guests, Children’s Room (we ask a family member to be with children at all times), etc.
  • Funeral Home Service: Funeral Home equipment and fixtures, parking lot staff, Licensed Funeral Director and Associates to assist in the direction of the funeral service
  • Choice of Musical Selections for the Services held at the Funeral Home
  • Procession to the Cemetery following the Funeral Home Service
  • Automotive Equipment: First Call*, Hearse*, Flower Delivery Car*, Funeral Escort* & Service/Utility Vehicles*

The above does not include charges for casket, floral tribute, outer burial container, cemetery fees or cash advanced items, such as newspaper notices, death certificates, clergy fees, etc.

* All transportation is within a 70 mile round trip local service area. There will be an additional cost of $2.50 per mile thereafter.

 

Combined Funeral Service:

  • Professional, Staff, and Administrative Services: such as making all phone calls, receiving phone calls, filing of paperwork, writing and placing of the obituary, creating the death certificate, obtaining doctor’s/coroner’s signature on the death certificate, filing the certificate with the county of death, obtaining a burial permit and certified copies of the death certificate
  • General Overhead Expenses: a proportional amount of all operational expenses
  • Removal from the place of Death (within 35 miles of the funeral home)
  • Preparation of the Deceased: Dignity Care, Embalming, Dressing, Casketing, Cosmetics, & Hairstyling Services
  • Use of Funeral Home Facilities and Parking Area for visitations and funeral services
  • Funeral Home Hospitality Services: Coffee, Tea Forte Exotic Hot Tea, Fresh Baked Otis Spunkmeyer Cookies, Facial Tissues, Mint Candies, Private water for the family, Water Cooler for guests, Children’s Room (we ask a family member to be with children at all times), etc.
  • The visitation and funeral service are held on the same day, usually 10am-12pm with a 12pm service followed by a procession to the cemetery. If the services are held in the evening, all will meet at the cemetery the following morning.
  • Funeral Home Service: Funeral Home equipment and fixtures, parking lot staff, Licensed Funeral Director and Associates to assist in the direction of the funeral service
  • Choice of Musical Selections for the Services held at the Funeral Home
  • Automotive Equipment: First Call*, Hearse*, Flower Delivery Car*, Funeral Escort* & Service/Utility Vehicles*

The above does not include charges for casket, floral tribute, outer burial container, cemetery fees or cash advanced items, such as newspaper notices, death certificates, clergy fees, etc.

* All transportation is within a 70 mile round trip local service area. There will be an additional cost of $2.50 per mile thereafter.

 

Church Only Funeral Service:

  • Professional, Staff, and Administrative Services: such as making all phone calls, receiving phone calls, filing of paperwork, writing and placing of the obituary, creating the death certificate, obtaining doctor’s/coroner’s signature on the death certificate, filing the certificate with the county of death, obtaining a burial/cremation/transit permit and certified copies of the death certificate
  • General Overhead Expenses: a proportional amount of all operational expenses
  • Removal from the place of Death (within 35 miles of the funeral home)
  • Preparation of the Deceased: Dignity Care, Embalming, Dressing, Casketing, Cosmetics  & Hairstyling Services
  • Additional transportation of the casket and all equipment needed for the visitation to the church or other location of services
  • A Licensed Funeral Director and Staff will arrive at the Church or other location of services to arrange flowers, turn on all lights, turn on heat/air conditioning, and adjust cosmetics to be ready for the family’s arrival 60 minutes prior to the published time of the visitation.
  • Additional staff for one day of visitation: The public will be notified of the family’s availability to receive friends and guests usually 2-4 & 6-8 or 5-8pm at the church or other location of service
  • Church or other location service: Funeral Home equipment transportation to the place of service, parking lot staff, Licensed Funeral Director and Associates to assist in the direction of the funeral service
  • Procession to the Cemetery following the Church or other location service
  • Automotive Equipment: First Call*, Hearse*, Flower Delivery Car*, Funeral Escort* & Service/Utility Vehicles*

The above does not include charges for casket, floral tribute, outer burial container, cemetery fees or cash advanced items, such as newspaper notices, death certificates, clergy fees, etc.

* All transportation is within a 70 mile round trip local service area. There will be an additional cost of $2.50 per mile thereafter.

 

Graveside Committal Service:

  • Professional, Staff, and Administrative Services: such as making all phone calls, receiving phone calls, filing of paperwork, writing and placing of the obituary, creating the death certificate, obtaining doctor’s/coroner’s signature on the death certificate, filing the certificate with the county of death, obtaining a burial permit and certified copies of the death certificate
  • General Overhead Expenses: a proportional amount of all operational expenses
  • Removal from the place of Death (within 35 miles of the funeral home)
  • Preparation of the Deceased: Dignity Care, Embalming, Dressing, Casketing, Cosmetics & Hairstyling Services
  • Licensed Funeral Director and associate staff will meet the family at the graveside for the committal service. The casket will remain closed.
  • A private family viewing may be arranged prior to going to the cemetery. This is private and not open to the public.
  • Automotive Equipment: First Call*, Hearse*, Flower Delivery Car* & Service/Utility Vehicles*

The above does not include charges for casket, floral tribute, outer burial container, cemetery fees or cash advanced items, such as newspaper notices, death certificates, clergy fees, etc.

* All transportation is within a 70 mile round trip local service area. There will be an additional cost of $2.50 per mile thereafter.