We will update our policies and procedures as new information and guidance becomes available. We are committed to assisting the families we serve during these challenging times. We are still able to meet with families to discuss funeral arrangements in person, or if you prefer via computer or telephone, have visitations and viewings, funerals, burials, or cremations.
We are asking those who feel sick or have been recently exposed to the virus to refrain from visiting the funeral home.
Consider your health and others when deciding whether to attend a funeral or service. An online condolence, floral arrangement, sympathy card, Mass card or phone message is appropriate, especially during this difficult time. People are very understanding.
Please follow CDC and health department guidelines.
We provide hand sanitizer at the entrance to the visitations rooms.
Some churches or cemeteries have different restrictions, please follow their guidelines. Military branches are conducting honors at cemeteries. Some veteran’s posts are also able to assist with military honor details.
Restrooms and surfaces at our funeral home are cleaned and sanitized for the visitations and funeral services.
We will continue to treat the families we serve as if they were our own family members, so that their loved ones are able to have a dignified farewell.
Please visit or contact us by telephone or e-mail should you have any questions. As always, we’re available 24 hours a day to assist. E-mails are checked periodically but may take longer to receive a reply.
FEMA will continue to provide funeral assistance until September 30, 2025.