Our Services


When planning a service, you have many options available to you and we will do all that we can to provide a beautiful and respectful ceremony. No matter your choice, we can offer you a space to join with family and friends in grief, comfort and love. And above all, we will do our utmost to honor your loved one. We will be happy to go over all your options and answer any questions that you may have.  

CREMATION SERVICES     Starting at 995.00


We will answer all your questions first.

Simple Basic Cremation       $995.00 Complete                                

Includes:  Services of Funeral Director & Staff, Transfer from Place of Death, Refrigeration, Service Vehicle to run Legal Authorizations & Documents, Notification of death to social security, Alternative Container used for Cremation, Cremation fee and a Simple Plastic Container for Cremated remains, Cremation certificate. Never any hidden fees.  995.00 Complete

Simple Cremation with Memorial Service or Celebration of life 

The Simple Cremation can be arranged as an immediate disposition of the body, but is most times followed by a memorial service at a church, or other location. A Memorial Service is a service that is held without the body present.

Includes: Minimum Services of Funeral Director & Staff, Transfer from Place of Death, Refrigeration, Service Vehicle to run Legal Authorizations & Documentation, Alternative Container used for Cremation, Cremation Fee, a Cherry or Oak memory box photo urn for Cremated Remains, Memorial Package (Register Book, 100 Service Folders, 25 Thank You Cards), Coordinating Service Details and use of Equipment for Service.

Traditional Funeral Ceremony followed by Cremation 

The Traditional Funeral Ceremony followed by Cremation is one option. This service will be just like a Traditional Funeral Service except cremation will follow instead of the casketed burial. This can be accommodated by the use of a cremation casket (casket that is designed to be cremated) Following the viewing, ceremony, and eventual cremation, the cremated remains can be buried, properly scattered, or returned to the family.

Includes: Basic Services of Funeral Director & Staff, Transfer from Place of Death, Embalming, Other Preparation of the Body, Coordinating Service Detail and use of Equipment for Church or Chapel Service, Casket, 2-3 Hour Visitation, Memorial Package (Register Book, 100 Service Folders, & 25 Thank You Cards), Funeral Coach, Service Vehicle to run Legal Authorizations & Documentation, Cremation Fee, Cherry or Oak Memory box Urn for Cremated Remains.

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TRADITIONAL AND/OR GRAVESIDE BURIALS


Graveside Service

The Graveside Service can be another choice. The casketed remains are transferred to the cemetery where a graveside ceremony could take place, followed by the burial.

Includes: Basic Services of Funeral Director & Staff, Transfer from Place of Death, Embalming, Other Preparation of the Body, 20 Gauge non-protective casket, Service Vehicle to run Legal Authorizations & Documentation, Coordinating Service Detail and use of equipment for Graveside Service, Memorial Package (Register Book, 100 Service Folders, & 25 Thank You Cards), Funeral Coach.

Traditional Funeral Service 

Traditionally, this service includes a family or public viewing of the deceased. Following this will be a service, typically in the church.

This would be followed by the burial of the casketed remains. Caskets selected may cost from several hundred dollars to several thousands of dollars, depending on the material the casket is constructed of. Many cemeteries require that a minimum grave liner be used to encase the casket when earth buried. These minimum liners are constructed of concrete and are designed to hold the weight of the earth, maintaining the cemetery property. A sealed vault may also be used. The vaults are also constructed of concrete and are designed to not only protect the gravesite, but are manufactured with inner liners that not only restrict the entrance of graveside elements (water and earth) but increase the strength of the vault.

Includes: Basic Services of Funeral Director & Staff, Transfer from Place of Death, Embalming, Other Preparation of the Body, Service Vehicle to run Legal Authorizations & Documents, 20 Gauge non-protective casket, 2-3 hour Visitation, Memorial Package (Register Book, 100 Service Folders, & 25 Thank you Cards), Coordinating Service Detail and use of Equipment for Chapel Service, Graveside Service, Funeral Coach.

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HONORING THOSE WHO HAVE SERVED


We're proud to do our part in honoring our country's veterans, and giving back to those whose sacrifice and patriotism define our great nation. Our duty is to provide you and your family with professional and dignified assistance during your time of need, and to support you in honoring your loved one for their dedication and selfless service.

We would be honored to help you make arrangements for any combination of traditional military tributes. Please see our Veterans section of our website for additional information.

  • Traditional Elements & Honors
  • Standard honor military funerals can include:
  • A military chaplain for family members
  • Flag Presentation Service by the chaplain of the American Legion
  • A Final Salute at the gravesite

Full honor military funerals include all standard honors in addition to the following:

  • Depending on their rank, general officers and flag officers receive an 16 gun salute
  • The US flag draped over the casket, and given to the next of kin following the service
  • The playing of Taps by a lone bugler or an audio recording

In addition to coordinating honors related to the service itself, we can help you communicate with the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to arrange for:

  • Headstones or Markers: The VA provides headstones and markers for the graves of veterans anywhere in the world and for eligible dependents of veterans buried in national, state veteran or military cemeteries.
  • Memorial Plots: If an eligible veteran's remains are not available for burial, the VA will provide a plot and headstone or marker in a national cemetery for memorialization. If you wish to place the memorial in a cemetery other than a national cemetery, the VA will provide the headstone or marker but not the plot itself.
  • Burial in a VA National Cemetery: This includes the gravesite, opening and closing of the grave,a grave box, and perpetual care.
  • Reimbursement of Burial Expenses: For information on eligibility and the different levels of potential reimbursement, please review their Guide to VA Burial Allowances.

Additional Resources:

Please visit the following links for detailed information about the options available for honoring service members and other aspects of military funerals:

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