Eternal Rest Funeral Home

Celebrating life and love, during loss

Let us help you find peace

Planning a funeral can be a stressful time. There are many questions to answer and many decisions to make, all while dealing with the loss of a loved one. We can provide information and help navigate these waters so that you and your family can focus on loving and supporting each other through this time.

Things to consider

There are many variables when planning a funeral. Individual and family aspects have a role to play in funeral planning. For instance, the ceremony for a military member might look quite different from a civilian ceremony and the degree of family involvement or family travel needs can change a funeral as well. Cultural and religious dynamics also influence funeral planning. According to Everplans, "from protocols for cleaning and dressing the body to features of the funeral service to memorial events, the structure that religion provides around dealing with a death both fulfills religious obligations and offers guidance to grieving survivors" (Funeral Traditions Of Different Religions. 2015). At Eternal Rest, we have years of experience guiding people from different backgrounds with different needs and we draw on this experience to help each new family that walks through our doors.

Funeral Traditions Of Different Religions. (2015). Retrieved from

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Preplanning services

We also offer preplanning services so that, at the time of passing, everything is already set and there is less stress and burden on those left behind. At Eternal Rest, we believe that preplanning doesn't have to be depressing. After all, it's planning a celebration of someone's life!

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