Each Life Tells A Story

Honoring the Life of Your Loved One.


As you begin to celebrate the life of your loved one, incorporating their life, values and passions into your planning will help create healing experiences for your friends and family. Here are a few ideas from some of our families.

The Coca-Cola Collector

One family incorporated all of their mother’s Coca-Cola collector’s items as the decor at her luncheon using red napkins and Coke products for beverages. It was completely unique and absolutely memorable.

The Family On the Road

A family who loves to load up their motor home and head out on road trips included this in their advance funeral plans. They plan to load up the motor home one last time with Dad’s favorite music playing as they make their journey together to the cemetery.

The Outdoorsman

This family brought in their Dad's hunting gear, memorabilia and prize mounts. They selected a special outdoorsman casket to coordinate with their decor. A little extra time made this tribute to their father very special.

Sunset Graveside Service

Coordinating family schedules made it difficult to get everyone together for their grandmother’s services. Planing an evening sunset graveside service became a treasured memory for family and friends.

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There was never yet an uninteresting life. Such a thing is an impossibility.

Mark Twain
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