Frequently Asked Questions
What kinds of options are available for your loved one's funeral? Why do you need an obituary notice? What are funeral homes responsible for? What is involved in embalming? Should you choose burial or cremation? How much does a funeral cost? These are just a few of the questions we hear every day from people just like you, and below, you'll find the answers.
Do you have questions about funerals, our service options, or the funeral profession? We're certainly used to hearing a lot of questions about the basics of funeral service; like "What is a funeral?" and "What does a funeral director do?" Read our answers here.
Obituaries have been a part of our lives for decades, yet many people wonder why an obituary is necessary. If wonder about the purpose of an obituary, or what information should be included in a loved one's obituary; read this brief but informative page.
Of all the things people want to know, embalming ranks high on the list. If you're curious about the nature, value and purpose of embalming; we invite you to read the answers we provide to the most common questions we hear on the subject.
More families today are turning to us for cremation services. And when they do, you can be sure there are important questions they want answered. Get the answers to questions about the cremation process, the necessity for a casket, and available ceremonial options here.
FAQs: Funeral Costs
Funeral costs are a big concern to families today. We do everything we can to keep funeral costs affordable, and recognize how important it is to understand the many cost-related details involved in making funeral arrangements. Read this to learn more about funeral costs.
We think you'll agree; planning ahead in life just makes sense. But, when it comes to end-of-life planning people hesitate. If you're wondering why you should make you funeral arrangements ahead of time; read our insightful answers to the most common funeral pre-arrangement questions.