Designing a Life Celebration
Your loved one deserves a life celebration that is as unique as they were. Tell the story of their life with the help of the team at Hebrew Memorial. We work closely with you to determine how you wish to celebrate, remember, and honor the life of your loved one. This means deciding what sort of life celebration they would like, where they want to be laid to rest, permanent memorialization options and other important decisions.
Finding Comfort with Loved Ones
Life celebrations are a chance for loved ones to come together and remember their friend or family member. These gatherings are always unique and completely different depending on the person who is being remembered and the choices of the family.
A life celebration is a meaningful way of gathering to honor and heal together. The service can be traditional or contemporary, customizable to the unique wishes of your loved one. A celebration can be held anywhere, and in any way that feels right. We’ll help you choose the appropriate day of the week, the type of music to be played, where the service will be held, and if you would like any special songs or prayers performed.
We also help make the day even more memorable with the releasing of balloons, butterflies, or doves at the end, if you choose. With other services such as the creation of a memorial website, a personalized tribute video, and special keepsakes for friends and family members, we’re always here to help you create a meaningful memorial.
In-Casket Burial or Cremation?
Whether your loved one preferred a traditional in-casket burial or cremation, it’s important to honor their wishes. If their preferences were not previously stated in a will or existing funeral arrangements, choosing between a traditional, in-casket burial or cremation may be a difficult decision.
If you require assistance through this process, please get in touch with one of the Hebrew Memorial locations today. We can discuss the pros and cons of both options, helping you find the perfect way to honor your loved one.
For in-casket burials, we’ll help you select the casket, vault, and location of where the casket will be laid to rest. If you choose a cremation, we’ll help you decide where the cremated remains will be placed or scattered. This could be in a mausoleum, cemetery, or even laid to rest in a home memorial garden if allowed by local regulations.
No matter if your loved one left funeral arrangements or not, the Hebrew Memorial professionals are here to help you design a funeral that not only shares the life of your loved one, but that tells a memorable story that will be remembered forevermore.
For more information, please reach out at (941) 932-4788.