Eternal Rest Funeral Home
Helping You Celebrate The Life Of Your Loved One
Individual Factors And Challenges When Planning A Funeral
What Type Of Funeral Service Would Your Loved One Want?
Traditional Full Service Funeral
Includes a viewing or visitation and formal funeral service, use of a hearse to transport the body to the funeral site and cemetery, and burial, entombment, or cremation of the remains.
The body is buried shortly after death. No viewing or visitation is involved, so no embalming is necessary. A memorial service may be held at the graveside or later.
The body is cremated shortly after death, without embalming. The cremated remains are placed in an urn or other container. No viewing or visitation is involved.
Family Factors And Challenges
Bereavement is the period of sadness after losing a loved one.
Grief is the emotional response to the loss of a loved one.
Types of Grief
Anticipatory - Occurs when a death is expected, but before it happens.
Normal - Bereaved person moves toward accepting the loss and is able to continue normal day-to-day life even though it is hard to do.
We celebrate diversity at Eternal Life Funeral Home. This is why we offer a wide variety of options to meet the special religious and cultural traditions of families. Our dedicated staff is happy to assist families from all faiths and cultures with their end of life ceremonial and memorial needs. Whether Protestant, Catholic, Buddhist, Hindu, Jewish or any other spiritual background, we are happy to work with you to carry out your loved one’s wishes for his or her memorial or funeral services.
Recitation of psalms, a eulogy, and El Male' Rahamin Memorial Prayer
Rosary and/or Prayer Service During the Wake
Cremation is available
Wat (temple) is available for the casket to be kept
Mosques available on site for Islamic funerals
Direct Cremation Services - Packages being at $2000
Direct Burial Services - Packages begin at $2600
Traditional Full Services - Packages begin at $3400
*Financing options are available