Usually, people are clear on this point. In fact, your loved one may have told you, or someone else, exactly how they wish to be cared for. But it can be a hard decision for some families, especially when the wishes of the deceased were never clearly stated. If that's the case, please know we're able to help you come to the perfect decision for your loved one and for you.
Once you decide, the finer details come into focus. If you've chosen burial, then selection of the casket, vault, and desired cemetery follows. Naturally, we’re here to help you.
If cremation is your choice, there are still options that many do not know exist. You can choose what the funeral profession calls an immediate cremation, a private family viewing prior to the cremation, or a public viewing and service with the cremation to follow. You can choose a memorial service that still has a visitation allowing you to be supported by family and friends. You will then need to make the next decision what will happen with the cremated remains. The options of burying, scattering, or keeping the cremains are available. We will help you through the decisions that need to be made and help guide you through the choices available.