Eternal Rest Funeral Home
Meeting all your needs when planning a celebration of Life!
Pre-planning Online-Ready to make your funeral plans today? Use our free online planning tool to start planning now. You can make your selections online and record the ways you’d like to personalize your service. Plus, you can even save your plan while it’s in progress, come back to finish it or add more details later, and share it with family and friends when you’re done.
We offer several types of planning needs
Caskets, vaults, monuments
Cremation Urns and Keepsakes
A formal or informal ceremony or ritual prior to burial, a funeral service often provides a sense of closure to family and friends. Although your faith or culture may dictate some elements of a funeral service, you may want to personalize other elements of the service.
Visitation, Wake or Viewing
Held the night before or immediately prior to the funeral service, the visitation – also called a wake or a viewing – provides a way for friends and acquaintances to pay respects and offer condolences to your family. As with the funeral service, you may want to decide if you want an open or closed casket should one be present..
Memorial or Tribute Service
At a memorial or tribute service, a casket or urn is usually not present. Otherwise similar to a funeral or visitation, a memorial service gives family and friends a time to come together in your memory and celebrate your life.
As its name implies, a graveside service may be held at the grave site just prior to burial of a casket or urn, and usually consists of final remarks, prayers or memories. The service may occur after or in place of a funeral service.
There’s no one, right way to plan a funeral service. We believe that each funeral should be as unique and memorable as the life it honors. You can have one service, or several, to honor your life.