Personalized and Unique 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. There are many ways to honor your loved one, either with a traditional funeral, or one with a personalized service that celebrates his/her hobbies and interests. Today we are sharing ways you can personalize a loved one’s service.


Dove Release
dove release
Doves are a symbol of peace, hope, and love. Depending on your belief system, they also may symbolize the holy spirit and the soul. The dove release offers a soothing touch to the service.


A Life Remembered Display/Tribute
life remembered
“A life remembered” display is a beautifully displayed table with items that represent the interests of your loved one. Often times, the display will include physical items, such as a baketball and jersey, if the loved one played basketball, or perhaps medals of honor and other items representing accomplishments.


DVD Tributes/Photo Collages
A compilation of photos can be elegantly displayed in a photo collage or on a tribute DVD. Showcase the wonderful memories you have of your loved one at the service by beautifully displaying the photos.


Butterfly Release
Celebrate the life of a loved one with a memorial butterfly release. Releasing live butterflies in memory of a loved one is a beautiful way to personalize your loved one’s services. Butterflies are a symbol of hope, joy, and new beginnings.


Customize Music
Music is often an impactful part of the services. Most families find comfort with the sounds of an organist playing music, or perhaps a bagpiper may feel more in line with your loved one’s background.


Horse drawn hearse
A horse drawn hearse is a beautiful way to customize the services of your loved one.


We are available to assist you in deciding how you would like to create the perfect service for your loved one.  Whether it is a suggestion mentioned here, or something completely different, we look forward to assisting you.

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