- About Us
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Our reception lounge can provide a convenient setting for a time of fellowship and light refreshments after the funeral service. This is a particularly thoughtful gesture to those who must travel some distance after the funeral.
Our visitation rooms have been tastefully decorated to ensure comfort and serenity at the time of a loss. Designed to be flexible in their use, our visitation rooms can accommodate everything from a traditional period of visitation - to a more contemporary memorial visitation - to a private family service.
Although our chapel is not intended to compete against the reverence and respect of the church, it has been tastefully designed as an option for those who do not wish a formal church setting. Conveniently located within the funeral home, it provides a dignified setting for family, friends and the community to gather together and pay tribute to the deceased. Our Chapel will accommodate around 150 people.
The coffee lounge provides a welcome break to collect your thoughts, or reminisce with others. There is always hot coffee and refreshments waiting for you. We would like to feel comfortable when receiving friends and family at the time of loss. Our home is yours. Our staff will ensure that your family and friends are treated with the hospitality that you would extend in a less difficult and emotional time in your own home.
Our mausoleum was built in 1999. The Mausoleum was built to consist of 228 Single Crypt spaces, 144 Companion Crypt spaces and 128 Cremation Niches. At the current time we still have some available spaces remaining.
Above ground entombment has always been the preferred method of burial because of its cleanliness, dryness, dignity, and because it's so much more convenient for the loved ones left behind. Mausoleum have not been used a lot in most areas of the U.S. because it wasn't offered at a price the average family could afford. But, today, due to the high cost of land and modern engineering we are able to offer mausoleum entombment at a price less than the total cost of below ground burial.