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Funeral Etiquette

From our family to your family

We are a Christian, family owned funeral home serving Scott County and the surrounding areas.  We take pride in all of our family, friends and loved ones.  We want to show and spread the Love of Jesus Christ in our lives, our funeral homes and every day of living.

 

For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

John 3:16

Signing the Register

Be sure to add yourself to the register book, using your full name so that the family can identify you in the future. It's also helpful to add information about how you knew the deceased-through work, social clubs, school, etc.  We recommend you light a candle or leave a symbol on your loved ones obituary page

 

Flowers and Gifts

Sending flowers, making a donation, or giving a memorial gift are all meaningful gestures to let the bereaved know that they are in your thoughts. The simplest of tributes can be of great comfort to the family, and can express your sympathy when words just aren't enough.

 

Please Turn Off Your Cellphone

This one should go without saying. If you choose to bring your phone into the funeral home, take a moment to make sure you've turned it off or placed it on silent. 

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