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Service of Remembrance 

During the holiday season, we invite our families and members of our community to attend a Service of Remembrance in the chapel of our funeral home.

Holidays can be a difficult time when coping with the loss of a loved one.  The natural feelings of sadness are part of the joy and happiness of the memories of past holidays.  We recognize the need to share your feelings with family and friends during the holiday season.  The service is a time to reflect on cherished moments spent with your departed loved one.

A member of our clergy community leads the service; beautiful music and wonderful words of healing are shared.  During the service, each family will light a personalized candle symbolizing their memories and the warmth of shared love.  At the conclusion of the service, the room is filled with a feeling of peace, as well as, some therapeutic tears.

For our staff, it is heartwarming to see our families come back at the end of the year to again celebrate the life of their loved one and to honor their memory.  With this special time together, our staff strives to give our families the strength to face the holidays.

Following the service everyone is welcome to join us for fellowship and refreshments.

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