During the COVID-19 pandemic, we will continue to enable families to commemorate the life of a loved one in meaningful ways, while at the same time adhering to the guidance issued by federal, state, and local public health officials. Service options may include limited viewings and live webcasting. Families may still choose either burial or cremation. Currently, our business hours are Monday through Saturday, 8am – 5 pm. We will be closed on Sundays to allow our staff to be vigilant about providing safe and clean facilities for families and their guests. As always, you may contact us 24 hours a day by telephone at 316.262.3435 or by email at email@example.com.
We believe that education is one of the most valuable resources we can provide to our community. When death occurs, people often find themselves overwhelmed with the numerous decisions that need to be made – all in a relatively short period of time.It has been our privilege to present educational information to our community for a number of years. Our goal of providing trusted and professional advice enables consumers to make better educated and informed decisions about funeral service. We will be pleased to coordinate a time to come and speak to your church group, school, hospice, club, organization, or senior center.
Here are some possible topics:
The ABCs of Planning Ahead
Have the Talk of a Lifetime
The Value of the Funeral
Creating Meaningful Services
Cremation – Is it for You?
Coping with a Loved One’s Death
Open Forum: Address your Questions
A Topic you Choose…
In addition to community presentations, we also offer educational field trips to our funeral home. Over the years, we have had a number of school and church groups participate in this unique and informative experience. We generally begin with an overview of the history of funeral service followed by a “behind the scenes” tour of our facility. If you would like more information about scheduling a tour for your group, please feel free to contact us.
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