The World Heath Organization has declared the Coronavirus (Covid-19) a world wide pandemic. Due to its capacity to transmit from person to person through respiratory droplet, the government has set recommendation guidelines and some prohibition which families must adhere. Our primary concern is the safety of families we serve, the public that visits our funeral homes, and our staff - as well as the emotional and psychological needs of the families we serve. Our funeral homes are cleaned and sanitized daily, we have ample supplies of hand sanitizer and hand soap, Kleenex and well maintained ventilation systems. Our staff is ever present to facilitate the safety and comfort of the families we serve and the public visiting our funeral homes.
We do ask those at risk and those not feeling well to PLEASE stay home. We suggest you utilize the tribute wall and online guest book on our website to offer your condolences.
If you are feeling healthy and plan on attending services at our facility or at a church, please follow the CDC recommendations below to help stop the spread of illness.
In addition, please limit your time visiting the bereaved for their and your safety. It would be wise to practice less intimate forms of greeting and to maintain a safe distance whenever possible. Please follow CDC recommendations and refrain from handshakes, hugs, kissing, and/or other forms of direct contact.
Our family will continue to serve you in every way possible while remaining cognizant of our responsibility to the health of our community.