Celebrating Life

Even the smallest touch can make a big difference in personalizing your funeral services. There's no right or wrong when it comes to celebrating your loved one and honoring their life, accomplishments, and individuality.


Honor What Made Them Unique

Personalization isn't just about honoring your loved one's individuality. It also allows family and friends to feel connected to the services and the life being honored. A memorable and meaningful service can be an important part of the healing process for those who are coping with a loss. We work closely with you to get to know your loved one's life story and brainstorm ways to represent your bond and pay tribute to their unique journey.

Life Tribute Videos

Are you looking for a beautiful way to share the memory of your loved one? We can create a one-of-a-kind video tribute by combining family photographs with cinematic introductions, the music of your choice, and professional effects in order to share your loved one's special life journey during their service. Life Tribute Videos also provide your family and friends with a meaningful keepsake long after the ceremony is over.

Tribute Wall

Our Tribute Wall is a permanent virtual tribute you can return to whenever you'd like to revisit memories and reconnect with messages of support and love from family and friends. Guests can leave text comments, videos or audio message to share condolences and offer words of support, and when words aren't enough, there's an option to leave meaningful symbols. The Celebration Wall also allows guests to view obituary and service information and order sympathy flowers directly from the site. 

Personalized Printing

From the register book and memorial folders, to prayer cards and thank-you notes, our high-quality stationery sets are available in over 500 themes designed to honor your loved one's hobbies, style, and unique life path. Let us help you explore the options and choose the perfect design to create treasured keepsakes for you and your guests. It is just one extra way to personalize the service and add extra touches specific to your loved one.

Funeral Celebrants

Dawn, Jonathan and Jacob Fisher offer their services as funeral celebrants when families request a celebratory approach to the traditional funeral. They are trained in the art of assisting families during the service planning process.

With over 62% of our community's population being without a church affiliation, they started using the celebrant concept in 2003 to assist the families they serve. As celebrants, the Fisher's offer ideas to get family members and friends involved so the service will reflect the life that was lived. When using a celebrant, the service can have as many religious aspects as the family wishes, including prayers and scripture readings. Or, if the person is not religious, the focus can be on the celebration of his/her life.

The Fisher's are skilled at interviewing the family to create a eulogy that will provide everyone attending the service with a unique perspective of the person being remembered. Many people attending services officiated by our celebrants have remarked that they left the service feeling like they knew the deceased even better than before and appreciated feeling like they were actually a part of the service. Having walked the grief journey in their own family, the Fisher's use the captive audience at the funeral to suggest ways to cope with grief and encourage friends and extended family members to support the family in the grieving process by offering caring advice. Personalized services with practical and meaningful outcomes...one of the reasons a funeral service is so helpful to the living.

Celebrants can offer poetry selections, lead storytelling sessions, candle-lighting rituals, suggest special music, or act as an emcee to tie it all together when several people will be participating in the service. Celebrants can also work hand-in-hand with the family's pastor to organize the service with the celebrant providing the eulogy or story of the person's life - while the pastor of the family's church offers prayers, scripture readings and a meditation providing hope and a message salvation for those left to ponder their own immortality. Family members or close friends can also act as a celebrant. The Fisher's are happy to offer assistance and guidance in this endeavor.

No cookie-cutter, canned services at Fisher Funeral Chapel! They believe that funerals are for the living - a way for the community to set aside time to show respect for the person who died and love and support for the family - gathering together not because the person died but to celebrate the fact that the person lived.

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