Eternal Rest Funeral Home
How Prepared Are You?
The Eternal Rest Difference
When it comes to end-of-life decisions, it's a tough decision to make alone. Our mission is to serve families before, during, and after a funeral service. We value the trust families place in us as we care for their loved one.
We are a locally and family operated funeral home and we have deep roots in this community and are committed to serving our neighbors and friends. We are very active in the community and enjoy making a personal different by supporting great causes close to home.
There are so many things that one needs to ponder such as:
What do you want to happen with your remains?
Cremation or burial?
If burial - open or closed casket?
What kind of casket?
Where do you want to be buried?
Do you have any rituals you would like to happen?
Do you want to be in a sealed vault?
Would you like a morning or afternoon service?
We are here to help you with all of the many questions you have.
Cultural & Economical Factors
We have all fallen under the harsh economic times here at Eternal Rest Funeral Home, and that's why you will never be turned away.
Individual & Family Needs
No one likes to think about death, let alone plan for it. In many families, discussing one’s mortality is an extremely uncomfortable topic. But it is a topic that should be discussed and planned for well in advance of your death.
By pre-planning your funeral, you relieve your family of having to make important hard financial decisions during a period of grief.nIt is a time when friends and family can gather together to grieve openly and to provide support for one another.
Pre-planning your funeral can be very informal, and as simple as sharing your wishes with your Guardian or family member. More formal arrangements in the form of a pre-need contract can be set up with an Owen funeral director and pre-funded through life insurance, bank trust agreement, or another method.
By pre-planning your funeral, you can:
• *make all the arrangements during a time of peace and not leave them to your family during their time of grief;
• * make your wishes known;
• *control and guarantee the cost of your funeral;
• *ensure that personal records are organized and easy for your survivors to locate;
• *protect your insurance so that it provides for your survivors and not for funeral expenses; and provide protection in case the need arises before it is expected