It’s normal when someone passes to automatically think of all the life events they’ll miss. Whether it be witnessing your wedding, being a part of your child’s life, a milestone they were soon to accomplish, etc. No matter how old a person is when they pass, it still seems as if there wasn’t enough time. Rather than focusing on the things they won’t be there for, try to spend time thinking about the good memories you were able to share with them. Expressing gratitude for the time you were able to share together and reminiscing on the good times is an important part of the healing process.
We’re proud to offer veteran funeral services to ensure your loved one receives their earned benefits for bravely serving our country. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you have regarding veteran’s headstones and markers, or burial in the national cemetery. Our veteran’s page will be able to provide you with insights on some of these commonly asked questions.