Designing Your Funeral
There are two key points of the design process. First, we ask you to consider how you wish to celebrate the life. When those decisions are made, we'll turn to discuss the issue of how you wish to care for the physical remains.
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How to Honor a Life
This is about bringing those you love together when a loss of life happens. It's a normal thing to do, and over time, has become a normal practice. More so, a memorial or funeral service, whether contemporary o traditional is the fist step to healing.
You can decide to have your service anywhere, and any way you want. Your choices include the day of the week, time of day, and place of celebration, music selection, that songs or prayers you would like spoken. We can arrange anything from doves to balloons released at the close o the service. you can also decide if keepsake gifts of tree seeding and wildflower seed can be given. We're here to help you create the most meaningful service to honor your loved one.
Which to choose: Burial or Cremation?
Your next focus should be choosing between cremation and burial. People are usually clear on this point, In fact, your loved one may have told you exactly how they want to be cared for. But sometimes it can be hard for families, especially when when the deceased never stated their wishes. If that is the case, Gering Chapel is here to help you make the perfect decisions.
Once you decide, the details come into focus. If you've chosen cremation, then you'll need to make the decision to put the cremated remains in a burial ground or keep and get an urn.
If burial is you're choice, then selection of the vault, casket, and desired cemetery follows,
In some towns, there's the option for a 'green burial' available. If that's what your loved one would prefer, Gering Memorial will help you select a green choice.
What is Next?
Now that we've given you the key basics, it's time to look more on exactly what is appropriate for you and your family. If possible, gather the family together to speak of their feelings and desires.
Still looking for ideas? Speaking with a professional funeral planner will help to clear your thinking. Reach us at (308) 436-5038.