Remembering our loved ones has always been part of the human culture. How we choose to remember them has become very personal and often unique.
There are certain elements of memorialization in the 21st century that remain consistent with our past.
We still need to grieve and console, and this may be reflected in some form of service or deliberate memorial act.
It may be a traditional funeral held in our family church, place of worship, or precious, significant locale.
Going to the cemetery or family burial plot for the final interment signifies the final resting place
Taking time to reflect, meet family and friends over coffee, tea or maybe libations, helps family and friends to reach each other in a way that accompanies the grieving process.
Whether you choose traditional Burial or Cremation, it is important to remember that the Funeral service does not change. We still pay tribute…we still grieve…we still remember.
Dale A. Martin Jr
Funeral Service Options
Most of the services below can be provided for Burial or Cremation
Ceremony at Sea
Celebration of Life