Covid 19 Update 

Published: April 19, 2020

Our hearts go out to those affected by the recent changes due to COVID-19 and we extend our appreciation to the health care and first responder communities for all they are doing to protect us.

After reviewing the most recent recommendations and guidelines from the CDC, State of Texas Health Department pertaining to our profession, and orders from the local and state authorities, we have established the following service restrictions:

All funeral, graveside, memorial, and celebration of life services and gatherings will be limited to immediate family until further notice. We encourage supporting families via online condolences on our website.

We know this is a time of uncertainty for everyone and thank you in advance for placing your trust in our team.

Funeral and Celebration gathering events help start the healing process. Please make an extra effort to support those that have lost a loved one during this unusual time. Your support is now more important than ever.

Making Funeral Arrangements

If you have recently lost a loved one, or will soon, our team is here for you. If you are unable to arrange services in person at our facility due to travel restrictions, health concerns or any other reason, our staff can help you make the necessary arrangements virtually. Every situation can be accommodated.

Losing a friend or family member is never easy. We are aware that these unsettling times can amplify feelings of grief and anxiety. Please know that we are here for anything you may need to honor life, support loved ones and begin the healing process. The safety and well-being of you, your family, and your friends is of the utmost importance

 
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