Our packages offer different experiences for you to choose from so you can make sure your loved ones are taken care of in a way that aligns with your wishes.

The Complete Funeral is for those who prefer a more traditional funeral which includes a viewing and a funeral service where friends and loved ones can say goodbye.

The Heartfelt Memorial is best for those who want to provide their loved ones the opportunity to gather for a visitation and memorial service without their body present.

The Celebration of Life is perfect for those who either want their family to choose what kind of services to have, or prefer a gathering outside of the funeral home altogether, like scattering of their ashes at the family cottage.

All of our packages include:

  • Professional guidance - Funeral home professionals will support your family, guide them through the services, and assist with administrative and other necessary tasks.

  • Cremation & and urn - with compassionate care provided from the time of retrieval through return of remains in an urn chosen by your family (within 25 miles of the funeral home).

  • Digital services - The Everdays digital invitations and virtual guest book give everyone a way to connect and share support anywhere.

Please see the chart below to compare what is included in each package:

Funeral Package Comparison

The Complete Funeral

The Heartfelt Memorial

Celebration of Life

Package Description

A viewing and funeral service for your family and friends to gather, honor, and say goodbye together

A visitation and memorial service for your family and friends to remember a life well lived

Take care of the essentials so your family can focus on paying tribute however it feels right to them

Professional Guidance

X

X

X

Event & Service Consultation

X

X

X

Digital Invitation Cards

X

X

X

Virtual Guestbook

X

X

X

Cremation as the Disposition

X

X

X

Urn Allowance

X

X

X

Flower Allowance

X

X

Casket Rental

X

Memorial Service

X

Visitation

X

Viewing

X

Funeral Service

X

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