After a funeral service, families continue to be overwhelmed with tasks that need to be completed in a timely manner. Often this is a very important part of the grieving process. Among those important tasks is sending letters of thanks to the people who honored their loved one with their attendance at the visitation, the funeral, gifts of flowers or contributions to memorials or letters of comfort that come from a geographical distance, when no emotional or sentimental distance exists.
When we receive a unique acknowledgement that we made things a little easier at an especially difficult time, it’s a reminder to us as to how blessed we are to be involved in the lives of families at the time we are. It’s a reminder of our responsibility to lift and help carry the burden of a very difficult circumstance. It’s a reminder of what an honor it truly is to be the family that receives a call when a family has experienced a loss.
We’re here. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. We stand ready to help families with Pre-Planning, At-Need Planning, Visitations, Funerals, Cremations, Memorial Services or any of the Funeral Services a family desires.
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