Pre-Arrangements

Talking about death is often difficult. Yet a death in the family may create problems for survivors which can sometimes be alleviated by discussion and pre-planning. Funeral and burial arrangements are an important consideration and should be discussed openly and frankly. Pre-arranging and sometimes prefinancing a funeral is a method some people choose to assist their survivors after death occurs.

Our Services

A Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year, 365 days a year. The ...Read More

 

Food & Beverage Choices

With the help of our preferred caterers, food and beverages can be a part of a loved one’s visitation, funeral service or a celebration of ...Read More

Cremation Services

Cremation has returned as a common form of final disposition. Cremation is not a new concept. It was practiced in ancient times and has been ...Read More

 

Deceased Preparation Options

Embalming Embalming is not required by law, except in certain special cases. Embalming may be necessary if you choose to have a viewing as part ...Read More

Kimberly A. (Kilburn) Monroe, 56, of Roanoke, TX formerly of Chelmsford died Friday, October 20, 2017 at her home. She was married to Richard Monroe ...Read More

Anthony “Butch” Kisley Jr., 68, formerly of Nashua, NH died Sunday, November 12, 2017 at Dartmouth Hitchcock Hospital in Lebanon, NH. He was married to ...Read More

  Arthur D. Alfano, 83, of Tewksbury, MA passed away Sunday, November 12, 2017, at his home in the care of his family as was ...Read More

James Richard Banyas Jr., 53, of North Hampton, NH passed away Sunday, November 12, 2017 at Exeter Hospital in New Hampshire. Born in Lowell, MA, ...Read More