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Personalization Services

We know that every family we serve is unique, and we strive to make each service a personal tribute to the life that has been lived. We provide a wide variety of choices that will help fulfill a family's wishes, from a traditional funeral to a personalized service that celebrates a loved one's hobbies and interests.

The following are ideas that you may use to personalize a service:

  • photographic collages displays of personal memorabilia, such as awards, trophies, or favorite pastime items, such as garden tools 
  • the writing of personal notes by family and friends during the service 
  • service folders & registry books that reflect personal style and interests 
  • music selections from our extensive library 
  • live musicians 
  • special customs particular to different faiths, ethnic groups, and fraternal organizations 
  • displays of uniforms and equipment for government employees 
  • have motorcycles in the procession for a motorcycle enthusiast, have a cowboy's horse lead the procession for a cowboy, or a tractor lead the procession for a farmer 

Our funeral directors are committed to helping you create a special tribute to your loved one that will honor a life well-lived. We encourage you to share your ideas, customs and wishes with us.


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