Services Offered

Many times families in the midst of their grief, discount the value of the ceremony after the death of a loved one. What they don't realize is that a funeral or memorial service is an important part of the healing process for all that knew and loved the deceased. Here at Hall's Funeral
Home, we try to maintain that connection and help you to have a memory that will bring you joy and not regrets.  We can make these plans at our office or we can visit you at your home to make the arrangements.

Traditional Burial

A traditional funeral service is when your loved one is present. 
Generally visitation is held the day or night before the funeral. The funeral service itself is held either in our funeral home, a church or other location, followed by a procession to the cemetery for a committal service, or if cremated, the deceased is returned to the funeral home.

Graveside Burial

With the graveside
 burial, a visitation is usually held at our facility the day or night before the service.  The funeral service is held at the graveside with seating arranged for the immediate family.  The deceased has the committal service at this time.

Cremation & Memorial

A Cremation & Memorial service can be held either in our facility, a church or other location.  The remains of your loved one can be kept by the family or arrangements can 
be made other committal arrangements.

Immediate Cremation

Immediate cremation usually involves the loved one being cremated and no services held.

Memorial Services

A memorial service is when your loved one is not present. 
Generally a picture of the deceased is present during the service.  The memorial service itself is held either in our funeral home, a church or other location.

Private Services

A private service is by invitation only and primarily consist of a select group of family and close friends.

What We Do

Some of our basic services include, but are not limited to:

  • Staff and facilities necessary to respond to the initial service request.
  • Sheltering of remains.
  • Gather personal information for, and assist family with the obituary.
  • Preparation and filing of necessary permits and authorization relating to the death and burial or cremation.
  • Consultation with the family or other responsible parties to determine services desired.
  • Ascertain times for visitation and arrange staff for greeting family and friends. (Greeters are necessary to direct people and assist them with questions they may have.)
  • Arrange location for services such as funeral home, church or another setting for the service selected. (We can hold services in your local civic center, reception halls, fraternal clubhouse, or wherever necessary to fit your family needs)
  • Contact officiate, fraternal groups, veterans, musicians, etc.
  • Arrange floral arrangements.
  • Coordinating the details with the cemetery, crematory, and/or other parties responsible for the final disposition of the deceased.
  • Supervision of transfer to cemetery, or airport.

Embalming and Other Preparation of the Body

The embalming process includes preparation and sanitary care to ensure disinfection and preservation. Embalming requires specialized facilities and equipment. Other preparation of the body includes bathing, shaving, dressing,
cosmetizing and casketing. 

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