Updates

UPDATES FOR MARCH 25, 2020

As of March 25, 2020, the Wayne County Health Department has notified us that there are to be NO gatherings or services at all in the funeral home. The only type of service allowed at this time is a graveside service of no more than 5 people (including a minister).

We will continue to do all we can to help families make arrangements from a distance. We are hopeful that memorial visitations and memorial services will be allowed in the near future to honor those who have passed during this crisis.

Please know that we are available by phone to help you in any way possible.


Funeral homes continue their sacred duties among coronavirus changes

Funeral homes continue their sacred duties among coronavirus changes

Thank you to our friends at the Pal-item.

https://www.pal-item.com/story/news/local/2020/03/24/funeral-homes-continue-their-sacred-duties-among-coronavirus-changes/2899326001/



Updates for march 19, 2020

Per our Wayne County Health Department, a directive has been issued that all in-person funeral services for the public are suspended until further notice. All public services should be conducted via web-based services. Per the CDC and the Wayne County Health Department guidelines, we currently are to allow no more than 5 people in a single area at a time. However, please know that we are using technology creatively. There also can be a public memorial visitation or memorial service after the restrictions are lifted.

We continue taking care of the deceased, making arrangements with a family, going to the cemetery for burial, and having cremations done. We will do whatever we can to help your family at this difficult time. Please know that we will continue to serve our community to the best of our ability, as we have for many years. Please be safe and be diligent.