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Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update 

This is unchartered territory, but we're prepared and well-trained in consideration of the safety and protection of our community and our staff.

UPDATED 9/21/2020 -  Governor Eric Holcomb's request to observe the CDC guidelines as well as a new mask-wearing mandate beginning July 27, 2020.  All persons age 8 and over are required to wear a mask in public places which includes gatherings such as funerals and visitation. Masks are not required at outdoor gathering as long as social distancing is maintained, however some cemeteries require masks.  Keep in mind, this is in compliance with not only our County Health Departments, but the Federal Government, for the health and safety of our community. We will be able to accomodate gatherings under 250 people.

The VA Cemeteries are still limiting attendance to 10 people and masks are required.  Because many people use our building - some are fighting cancer and other diseases that compromise their immunity, some have traveled from out-of-state locations identified as hotspots, and many have been in hospital waiting rooms - the risk of spreading COVID-19 is obvious.  We do not want to be "mask police" we just ask that for the short time you are in attendance at a service or visitation that you please observe this rule to keep our guests and our staff safe. We also recognize that some people can not wear masks for health reasons. 

In all situations, we ask that any person with a fever or any symptoms of illness - PLEASE stay home and be respectful of the health of the grieving families we serve as well as our staff. Please use the provided hand sanitizers before greeting the family at visitations/services and also keep in mind, some families may not want to be greeted with hugs and handshakes.  If that is the case, a sign will be posted at our entrance. Elbow bumps and ((virtual hugs)) are fine. 

We will work with each family on an individual basis to determine the best course of action regarding visitations and funeral services. In recent months, this has included postponing public services, staggered visitation times in small groups to allow all family members and close friends time to grieve, holding private family-only services with a celebration of life at a later date - with no extra fee, practicing safe "social distance" measures at outdoor graveside services, or services by invitation-only with live streaming of the ceremony online. We will keep you informed at all times. Regarding funerals held at a church, each church will have their own re-opening guidelines - often under the direction of their own denomination's state or national leadership. Social distancing will still need to be in place wherever the service is held.

We honor each person's life with an online memorial page that features an expanded version of obituaries, a photo album, video tributes and a Tribute Wall. The Tribute Wall is a permanent online site for you to interact with the family. It can be printed out like a guestbook for those family members who are not on the internet. Unlike Facebook, everyone can read the posts - even in years to come - it is a place to come and remember. You can light virtual candles, share memories and photographs, view the video Tribute and offer words of comfort and hope. 

Please pray for our Nation's leaders, scientists, researchers and medical community for a breakthrough in the protection from and the treatment of this virus.

The Message version of Romans 8:2 translates this familiar verse quite well, "Every detail in our lives of love for God is worked into something good."

May the good that comes out of this situation make us better people - kinder, gentler and more respectful of each other...because life is too short. And tomorrow is never promised.

Our Promise to You...

We are committed to supporting your family during their grief, recognizing that grief is personal to each individual. We acknowledge we cannot make the pain go away, but through our efforts, we can make the grief journey less lonely and perhaps.. a little easier.



We strive to create the most personal and meaningful tribute to the deceased. Whether the service is in our chapel, your church, home or at the graveside - we offer ideas and options to make each service unique.


We have always believed that you should be able to pay your respects without paying your life's savings. That's why we offer our Fair Price Guarantee.


No matter what type of service you choose, your loved one will be cared for with the same dignity and compassion that we would extend to our own family.


We, too, are walking the journey of grief in our own family. So we understand, in ways that only someone who has gone through a great loss, could possibly know.


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