Our firm traces its roots back, deep into the 20th century, when our first facility was dedicated. Many years later, this location has seen renovations and changes, but has always been and will continue to be an integral part of this community.
Over the years, the original mission of the firm hasn't changed. We have always intended to provide the best, most professional services, complemented by the finest products. Today, we pride ourselves on being current with the major changes in funeral service trends - and bring those innovations and memorialization options to our client families with integrity and insight.
“A few months ago, my husband’s mom passed away. She had cancer, and spent her final days in hospice. I have to admit watching my father-in-law deal with the loss has been truly eye opening. My mother-in-law not only did most of their cooking and cleaning, but managed their finances as well. We’ve been helping my father-in-law work through his grief while also helping him learn to live on his own. I’ve shown him how to cook some easy recipes, my husband has taken over his finances, and we’ve tried to get additional help here and there to fill in the gaps. I’ve learned a lot about what I need to be doing to help my own parents as they age, and I’d love to share what I’ve learned with others. If you’re open to it, I’d like to write an article for your website on helping seniors deal with the loss of a spouse.”
My husband died suddenly at age 57, a few months before we had hoped to begin retirement planning.
I can't imagine a better experience than I had with Funeral Director Karyn Lord and her colleagues. She was the epitome of professionalism and caring. I felt as if my husband was cared for by a dear friend.
She was also extremely patient with my ceaseless questions, concerns, and requests.
I was the editor of a funeral publication several years ago. Karyn and her colleagues surpassed any service I've ever heard of or experienced.
I can never thank her enough.