Celebrating Life and Family
My most important accomplishments come not from the professional realm. Faith, family, and friendships are my first priorities and they define my professional philosophy, demeanor, and goals. That is my own life legacy.
As a professional, I have spent my adult life in service to families experiencing death and loss. The loss of a family member or close friend is a life-changing experience. That experience is often profoundly overwhelming and chaotic as people’s dreams and plans are dashed in an instant. Our professional calling is to bring order to that chaos and foster experiences for survivors that put them on a pathway to healing.
People want their lives to mean something and matter. They want to know that what they have done made a difference to the people they love and leave behind. Reflecting upon and preparing for one’s life legacy for many may include planning for their own death, memorialization and the impact of that loss on their family.
Our funeral homes are dedicated to helping people define their needs and create a plan that helps and serves their family and engages all those experiencing the loss. We also believe that it is better to plan for these experiences together versus alone and to plan for things minus the pain and stress that occurs in the midst of immediate death and loss.