Since the beginning of time, ritual and ceremony have been central to the human spirit. We mark the birth of a child, a graduation or marriage, just to name a few, with some form of ceremony or celebration – sharing the good fortune of the event with loved ones.
At the time of death it is even more important to gather together, not necessarily to share, but to receive the support of family and loved ones. We need to know that at this terrible time of trauma, we are not alone; that there are others walking the journey with us.

We understand how difficult it can be to plan a funeral for a loved one, however we also believe it is a unique opportunity to tell the story of a life well lived and offer closure for family and friends. While the funeral is of the dead, the service must fulfill the needs of the survivors.

Whether your choice is traditional burial, green burial, entombment or cremation, our many options will help you create a service that is unique and meaningful. Simple or elaborate, traditional or unconventional – we can make sure the farewell captures your loved one’s interests, accomplishments, and values. You may choose to have the service or visitation at our funeral home, or we can help you arrange a service at your place of worship or other location.

Our expert staff will be there with you every step of the way, providing care and attending to all the details so that you can focus on your loved ones and your own grief process.