Our system of care provides you with a variety of options to remember a loved one. Located in a safe, secure neighborhood, we are easily accessible from all major streets and highways. The competence, dependabilty and experience of our professional staff is unmatched.

Whether you select traditional services, cremation or a combination, we can provide advice and guidance you can trust.

Certain costs are basic to every funeral; these standard charges include the services of the funeral director and staff, professional services, and use of facilities, equipment and service vehicles. Cost beyond these basic charges vary from family to family based on the choice of casket, vault, and burial clothing, if needed.

Other costs included are cash advances made by the funeral home on the families behalf include newspaper notices, honorariums to clergy and musicians, cemetery opening charges, and other miscellaneous items.

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Circa, 1890's


Although cremation dates back to ancient times, it has only recently become a more common choice throughout the United States. People choose cremation for a variety of reasons. Some do so based on environmental considerations. Others have philosophical or religious reasons.

Many people believe that choosing cremation means limiting your options. Actually, there are a variety of options available with cremation. Most families hold services, which help the bereaved cope with the loss of a loved one. Many people find that opting for cremation gives them the opportunity to create and personalize the various service options for a more meaningful experience.

The greatest misunderstanding about cremation is the belief that with cremation, there is no need for services. However, a service or memorial ceremony is an important step in helping the bereaved overcome their grief, and family and friends the opportunity to honor a loved one.

Services or ceremonies can precede or follow the actual cremation. Prior to cremation, there may be a gathering, which can be either public or private, with an open or closed casket.

When the service follows the cremation, a receptacle(or urn) containing the cremated remains may take a place of prominence. Ceremonies can be simple, contemporary, religious or secular. Music, readings, stories and poetry can be added to personalize the event to both reflect on and celebrate the life that was lived.

We have a wide variety of cremation caskets, urns, and memorialization ideas. Please call, write, or e-mail us and we will be glad to send you a detailed price list.

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