A Special Message to our Community

 Hello everyone. We are grateful that you have all remained safe and well during this difficult time. It's also really nice to see people's faces and the crowds walking around downtown and supporting our local businesses. This Pandemic has gone on for much longer than we all anticipated, and now that we are finally beginning to see a light at the end of the tunnel we wanted to offer some clarification to make sure everyone stays safe.

There has been a lot of conflicting information coming from our media and our leadership. It is important for everyone to understand that the reliable source in this pandemic is science and your doctor. It is also important to understand that we are still dealing with a new variant known as the Delta Variant and it is affecting unvaccinated people along with our children and young people. Here are a few reminders that will keep everyone safe and help us move toward our goal of returning to normal;

      1.  Please wear a mask when indoors and in crowds. It protects everyone and especially our children.

      2.  Please follow the advice of your doctor and science. There is a lot of conflicting information out there, when in doubt ask your medical provider.

      3.   Wash your hands and sanitize as often as possible. The new variant is highly contagious and easily contracted.

      4.   Use common sense. Don't put yourself or your family at unnecessary risk. 

      5.   If you think you may have been exposed, go to one of the many Free Drive-Up clinics in our area and get tested.

      6.   Don't panic. Simply follow the advice of the medical professionals and take the necessary precautions needed to stay safe. In time we will get past this pandemic.

 As we move forward we need to proceed cautiously and carefully. Recently, we have been allowed to gather in groups again which includes funeral services. We do, however, recommend that those considering a service or gathering of any kind, keep the Variant issue in mind. Also, understand that if the cases start going back up we could very well find ourselves going backward and none of us want that to happen. 

Lastly, although we are allowed to have services again, our additional offerings will continue to be available to all of our families should they prefer a different method. They are as follows: 

Our website is capable of online arrangements and we are always available to help by phone and email.

We have developed easily fillable links that we can email to those who don't have a printer or scanner. And we also use Docusign to ensure the easiest way possible for families to sign all required documents without any special technology.

We will continue to respond as always to requests for service both at your home and all facilities throughout our area and we will make sure to wear a mask and gloves at all times while in your home.

We have a webcam available at our chapel should the family wish to have a blessing by a willing clergy member or celebrant. Also, this can allow a family to spend some private time with a loved one from the safety of their home.

If there will be a small service or burial, we can photograph and record the burial so the family has a lasting memory. Also, in places where we have access to WIFI, we can Livestream Services via our website or using Facebook.

For families choosing Cremation or Aquamation, we will continue to offer a drive-up option. Once outside the funeral home, we will bring the cremated remains to you and secure them in your car. This will allow you and your family to stay safe and maintain the recommended distancing if you are not comfortable coming into our Funeral Home.

We will continue to take steps electronically in lieu of paperwork if you prefer, so you don't have to come to us. We do, however, offer in-person arrangements at our office where we use best practices for safety and cleaning.

We will maintain our 24/7 availability for any questions or concerns.

Please rest assured, that even though things may be different for a while longer, we promise that your loved ones and your family will always be cared for with the utmost respect and concern. We are pleased that we were the least needed service in our community, but as always, we stand ready to help anyone who has experienced a loss and does need us.

If you have questions or concerns, please call us at any time and we will help in any way we can. In the meantime continue to stay safe and take care of each other. We are in this together and as we reopen our communities, please follow the advice of the experts closely so we can feel more confident knowing every day brings us closer to the end of this very difficult time in all of our lives.

Tim, Alison, and staff

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