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Signs You Need to Find a Different Funeral Home

Funerary arrangements in general are complex and require the guidance of a funeral home or cremation provider. If you have recently lost a loved one and are concerned about finding the right funeral home to help you, there are warning signs you need to look for that can tell you whether the one you are considering is the right one or not. When choosing an Ameila, VA funeral home, watch out for the following things.

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One of the most crucial warning signs that can tell you that you need to find another funeral home is if it is a brand new company with employees who have never worked in the industry before. Experience is one of the most important things you need from the funeral home and cremations provider, so you need to choose a company that has been working in the funerary industry for a good number of years.

Another sign that you should choose another funeral home is if their rates are either much higher or much lower than is standard. People can sometimes be tempted by lower rates, but if the rates are substantially less, then this can mean the quality of the services and products are not the best. A company that asks for higher rates than is standard are also not a good choice. They are overcharging, which is not something that anyone wants.

You also want to be sure to visit the location in person. Even if you have seen pictures online, take the time to go to the funeral home. This can tell you a lot. If you find that the location is dirty or messy, you do not want to choose it. This visit can also give you a chance to speak with the funeral home director. Because you will be working closely with them throughout the entire process, you want to make certain that you get along. If you do not feel comfortable with them or if your personalities do not fit well together, this can also be a sign that you should consider another funeral home.

Of course, if you see that the company cannot offer you the services you need, you have to search out one that does. For funerary arrangements like traditional burial or direct cremations, this may not be as crucial, since all providers offer them, but for other options, always check.

If you notice any of these signs, it is time to find another funeral home in the area. You do not want to deal with people who are inexperienced or companies that are not as reputable as they should be. When searching for funeral homes in Ameila, VA, look for the best services, excellent standard rates, and people who are ready to help you. Turn to us at Morrissett Funeral and Cremation Service to learn more about our funerary options. We can offer quality services for excellent rates. Visit us at 6500 Iron Bridge Rd Richmond, VA 23234 or call us today at (804) 275-7828.

Ways of Saving Money When Planning a Cremation

The costs of funerary services can add up. Between burial and cremation, cremation tends to be the option that costs less, so many people who are working with a limited budget choose it. It can still be too much for your finances, however, which is why it can be such a good idea to know some tips on how to save money when going through this process. Richmond, VA cremations providers have some suggestions that can help.

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Probably the first thing that you need to consider is whether a direct cremation is appropriate. Direct cremation is the most affordable option of all of the ones available, so it should definitely be something to keep in mind if you are worried about not being able to afford funerary services. With direct cremation, you do not have to pay for any other fees than for the actual cremation, which can save you lots of money.

Something else that you want to consider is not purchasing an urn. People tend to think that an urn is necessary or a requirement when you choose cremation services, but this is not the case. The provider cannot make you purchase an urn if you do not want to and they have to at least provide you with a cardboard box in which to transport the remains. You can choose to use any container you have available, too. If you want to have a memorial of any kind, you can choose to rent an urn for the event and then transport the remains in another container.

Working with a limited budget does not mean that you cannot offer your loved one a memorial service. You can still do so by having the service in a park or in your home. You can ask people to bring food for a reception, making the whole thing an intimate event for close friends and family.

Another great way to help pay for funerary services is to set up a crowdfunding project. These days, it is very easy to do this because there are sites that are made especially for that purpose. Share the project on social media sites and encourage friends and family to donate anything they can. Many people are turning to this option when they find they are having trouble raising funds for funerary services.

These are some of the best ways to raise money for cremation services after the death of a loved one. Do take the time to reach out the provider of cremations in Richmond, VA that you are considering, because they usually have other suggestions that can help you save money. The right company will be more than happy to help you find the kind of services you need for your budget. At Morrissett Funeral and Cremation Service, we are dedicated to assisting you in the search for the funerary services you need. Stop by our location at 6500 Iron Bridge Rd Richmond, VA 23234, or call us at (804) 275-7828.

Forgive Me – Forgive You

1 Corinthians 13:5 says, “Love doesn’t keep a record of wrongs that others do.” As a pastor, it wasn’t uncommon when counseling a couple that one of them would become historical. They would begin enumerating everything their spouse had done wrong. It’s tempting to keep a “screw-up list” as ammunition for future fights, but in a healthy relational dynamic, love doesn’tkeep score. Healthy relationships practice forgiving each other a lot! It is not uncommon for grieving families to expose have “family feuds” in the presence of the funeral director. As the Director of Aftercare, I must embrace the need to talk openly about forgiveness. Forgiveness is not only the most difficult act of love but is very often misunderstood.

FOUR THINGS FORGIVENESS IS NOT

FORGIVENESS IS NOT CONDITIONAL                         

Authentic forgiveness is not based on someone else’s response and thus is not earned. Forgivenessis not reserved just for the unintentional hurt.

FORGIVENESS IS NOT RESUMING A RELATIONSHIP WITHOUT CHANGES 

This is one of the most misunderstood concepts. Forgiveness is not the same as restoring a relationship. Forgiveness is immediate, but reconciliation requires time and effort. Trust must be rebuilt over time. Forgiveness takes care of the damage done but doesn’t guarantee a restored relationship. Forgiveness is my part in reconciliation, with someonewho’s hurt me. We’re obligated by God to forgive, but we are not obligated to trust that person or instantly restore the relationship. An abusive spouse batters his wife repeatedly until finally she says, “No more!  You’re harming me. You’re harming the kids. You’re out of here.” And if he comes back and says, “I’m so sorry.  I’m ashamed of what I’ve done. It will neverhappen again. Will you forgive me?” She is spuritually and morally compelled to say, “Yes, I do forgive you.” But when he says, “OK!  So, I can come back home?”  That’s another issue! To require the earning of trust is not unforgiving, but part of the healing process. Forgiveness requires mercy…Trust requires change!

FORGIVENESS IS NOT… FORGETTING WHAT HAPPENED

We’ve heard the cliché “Forgive and Forget”. The problem is that it’s impossible to forget. Our brains are God-designed computers for stored memory. Scientists tell us that our brains are naturally programmed to not forget anything. In fact, repressing the memory is unhealthy. There is something better than denial that requires spiritual maturity.  It’s called “Remembering-but-Realizing”,  the willingness to understand that, even though this terrible thing happened to me – through the hurt, I choose to turn it around and use it for good.

“Remembering-butRealizing” helps us move from the past to the present in a healthy way. It gives meaning to the phrase, “letting go and move on!”  It’s about letting go of the pain, the hurt and the anger; letting go of the bitterness by refusing to hold on to it, because we are just not wired to forget. I’ve had people ask, “When will I get to the point where I forget all those hurts?” It ell them, “Never.” The key islearning to see it through the lens of God’s love, grace, fairness and hope. I can tell you from experience that God gives hope to the wounded heart!

FORGIVENESS ISNOT… MY RIGHT – WHEN I AM NOT THE WOUNDED ONE

I can’t forgive people who haven’t hurt me. This is an unhealthy concept; offering a kind of blanket forgiveness to those whom we have no legitimate right to forgive. Not long after the Boston Marathon bombing, a Richmond woman arranged to have the terrorist Sarniev’s body buried just up the road in Caroline County. She announced that we must forgive Sarniev. She said, “I have forgiven Sarniev.”  The problem is none of her relatives were murdered or injured in Boston that bloody day. She wasn’t maimed or crippled. Shehad no ethical or spiritual authority to offer a forgiveness that wasn’t hers to offer. You and I can only forgive those who’vehurt us. That doesn’t mean that I shouldn’t be angry at someone because oftheir actions. I simply cannot and should not offer forgiveness to someone onbehalf of someone else.

Thefuneral business is a complex inter weaving of science, law and economics, as well as emotional and spiritual care. We often find ourselves caught in the middle of family conflict crossfire. We must navigate the choppy waters of family relationships infected with the bitterness of unresolved conflict. The more we understand the nature of forgiveness, the better equipped we will be to helpfamilies as agents of healthy change.

Greg Webber

Director of Aftercare

Morrissett Funeral & Cremation Service

What to Know When Purchasing a Casket

It is not an easy thing to go through to lose a loved one. Not only do you have your own loss to worry about, but you also have to start making funerary arrangements to lay your loved one to rest. One of the arrangements you have to make is finding a casket for the burial. Richmond, VA funeral homes have some tips that can make this a much simpler process to go through.

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It is essential that you do some research into the average cost of caskets. This will allow you to put together a budget for the arrangements you need to make. It will also make certain that the company you choose to purchase from is following standard rates and is not overcharging you for the casket and other services. You can also narrow down some choices that are out of your budget, so that you are not overwhelmed when you do visit the funeral home to make a purchase.

If you are planning on purchasing a casket from a third party, be sure to take transportation costs into consideration. Many people forget this and they end up paying more than they wanted to. Even if the casket’s rate is more affordable, the transportation to the location may not be.

Something else to keep in mind is that cemeteries have certain requirements for the caskets they allow. Some cemeteries accept most options, but others are much choosier. Never make a purchase without first reading up on the requirements the cemetery has, because you may end up having to make another purchase. Be especially sure whether you need to purchase a vault for the casket. By knowing this you may end up saving money, since many funeral homes offer discount or package rates.

The material the casket is made of can impact rates, so keep that in mind. Also, if your loved one was environmentally conscious, you may want to consider purchasing a casket that is made of biodegradable materials. This can mean choosing one that does not have metal parts and that will completely break down in the earth. Most funeral homes have lots of options that are biodegradable, so be sure to ask if that is something you want for your loved one.

All of these tips can make the process of finding the right casket an easier one. Take the time to do some research into the options and see what is available. The funeral home in Richmond, VA that you choose to hire should be able to offer lots of options and should be able to provide rates that are standard. Do consider the materials the casket is made from and what requirements the cemetery may have. You can get started by reaching out to us at Morrissett Funeral and Cremation Service. We can offer quality caskets and all of the other services you may need. Stop by our location at 6500 Iron Bridge Rd Richmond, VA 23234 or call us at (804) 275-7828.

What to Say When You Don’t Know What to Say

It is common to find ourselves at a loss for words when someone we care about has experienced the death of a loved one. It can be overwhelming because we are torn between our desire to support them and our fear of somehow saying the wrong thing and making things worse. So what should we do?

First of all, our main focus should be compassion. Consideration & empathy for how the other person is feeling should come before our concerns about our own feelings. Yes, we may be uncomfortable and even sad ourselves, but we are there to support that other person. 

Asking them what they need can be helpful, although they may not be able to articulate or even know what they need at that moment. You could simply say, “I’m here for you.” Then find a way to be present of offer assistance. Check in with them regularly and let them know you still care. It might be helpful if you bring food, but make sure it’s food they like and just not a casserole of leftovers you found in your fridge.

Other possible things to say are:

I’m so sorry this happened. I know how much you cared for them.

This must be very difficult.

I’m here if you need to talk… or not talk but need a friend. 

You can feel whatever you need to when you’re around me. It’s okay to not be okay.

What did you like most about them? ~or~ Can you tell me more about them?

Another thing that can be comforting to hear are stories you remember about the person who passed away, or why they were special to you (if you knew them). It is vitally important to know that a loved one is going to live on in the memories of others. It’s good to hear about the impact they had on the world and those with whom they came in contact. 

Things that are NOT helpful and are even painful to hear are:

It was God’s will.

It’s going to be okay.

You need to move on.

They are in a better place.

At least they are no longer suffering. 

Everything happens for a reason.

While all of these may be well-intentioned and you may believe them to be true, they can further complicate the already overwhelming emotions that someone experiences while mourning.

Another thing that can come across the wrong way is saying “I know what you’re feeling” unless you have experienced a similar loss and actually do know. But even sharing your own stories of loss can be tricky to bring up because feeling empathy for your loss while also grappling with their own feelings may overwhelm your loved one. Or they may feel that you are trying to downplay their loss by saying yours was worse. It’s best instead to keep the focus on the one you are trying to support. 

The most important thing you can say or do is actually to not say anything at all. Just listen. Just be present. If they want to talk, let them talk. If they want to tell the same story you have heard ten times already, listen again. If they want to simply be silent and not talk about it don’t pressure them to share. We often underestimate the value of silent, unconditional support.

Ultimately people may not remember what you said when they were going through a difficult time, but they will remember how you made them feel. 

Jennifer Roberts Bittner
Funeral Celebrant/ Life Tribute Specialist

Morrissett Funeral and Cremation Service
6500 Iron Bridge Rd.
N. Chesterfield, VA 23234
Serving the Richmond area since 1870

 

How to Find a Great Cremations Provider

Choosing a cremations provider is not always a simple task, especially when you are dealing with the loss of a loved one. To make certain that the company you choose is one you can depend on, there are a number of things to look for. As you begin searching for a Midlothian, VA cremations provider, keep the following qualities in mind.

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The kind of cremations provider that you want is one that can offer the services you need. All providers can offer direct cremation, but if you are looking for something a bit different, like bio cremation, you will want to make certain that the company you are considering can do so. Reach out to the companies and ask for a full service list to see what options they can offer.

Something else that you can do which can make this easier is to ask for recommendations from people you trust. You are bound to know someone who has used a cremations provider in recent years. By having someone you trust make the recommendation, you will feel much more comfortable with the decision. Of course, even if you do get a recommendation, you still want to do your homework and see if the company is suited to your needs.

Another thing you want is a company that is locally based. A cremation provider that has a national business will mean that they will have many more clients. You will not be able to get the kind the personalized attention that you want and deserve. By choosing a company that is based locally, you will be ensuring that you are given the right attention and that the services are great, because they depend on word of mouth for their business.

The kind of cremation service that you want is one that has also been in the industry for a long time and that employs people with experience. You need people on your side who are trained and ready to help you and that can only happen if they have been in the business for years. Read up on the history of the company you are considering to have the best possible experience.

The rates also have to be within industry standards. This is not always easy to know, since people who are stressed with the death of a loved one tend not to pay too much attention to shopping around for competitive rates. It should still be something you do, however, so that you are not overcharged.

With the right company helping you, you can get the cremation services you want for your loved one. Take the time to do some research into the different options available in your area and be sure to ask people you trust for recommendations. The provider of cremations in Midlothian, VA should be an experienced company with standard rates. Choose a company like ours, Morrissett Funeral and Cremation Service. Stop by our location at 6500 Iron Bridge Rd Richmond, VA 23234 to speak with our experts or give us a call right now at (804) 275-7828.

What Not to Say to Those Grieving

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Knowing what to say to a loved one who is struggling with grief can be essential if you want to offer real comfort. This can be difficult, however, since many times our first instinct is to offer platitudes. To avoid this and to be sure that you are not saying the wrong thing to those grieving, funeral homes in Matoaca, VA have some suggestions on what not to say.  

It can be very tempting to say that the person your loved one has lost is in a better place. For people who are religious, this may offer comfort, but for those who are not or those who are going through a very difficult period of grief, it can seem like you are invalidating what they feel. You may also make them feel guilty, so be sure to stay away from this common phrase.  

Another common thing that people say to those who are grieving is to be strong for others, whether their spouse or their children. This can be harmful to the person who is already struggling with grief. It will make them feel as if they should ignore their emotions to help someone else, which is not a healthy attitude and it can delay the process of healing from the loss. Instead, let them know that they are completely allowed to grieve for as long as they need to. Sometimes people really need to hear that.  

Try not to bombard them with your own problems or experiences. Many times, people want to let those who are grieving know that they understand what they are going through. This can hijack the conversation and make it about yourself instead of the person going through the current loss. Only offer your own experiences if the person asks to hear about them, and even then, be sure to not overwhelm them with it.  

Do not ask them lots of questions about what happened or what they are planning on doing next. Grief can cause confusion and can make someone feel overwhelmed and out of control. The last thing you want to do is add to that confusion. Instead, let the person know that they can count on you for help if they need it.  

Offering your condolences is usually the best thing you can do and say. Let those who are grieving that you are always available if they want to talk or if they need any kind of help. You do not want to burden them with your own problems and you do not want to invalidate their grief, so be cautious about the stories or experiences you share. Most Matoaca, VA funeral home directors will tell you that brevity is the best option. Learn more by reaching out to Morrissett Funeral and Cremation Service. We can provide you with assistance in navigating grief and loss. Stop by our location at 6500 Iron Bridge Rd Richmond, VA 23234 or call us at (804) 275-7828 today. We’re here to help in any way we can.  

Alone, But Not Alone

Those in the grip of grief know that certain times of the year are difficult. Wedding anniversaries, birthdays, Christmas time, Mother’s Day and Father’s Day can evoke strong emotions. Even Easter week can present challenges for grieving families. In my experience as a Funeral Celebrant, I have found that most people regard themselves as spiritual beings in search of a greater peace and hope when mourning the death of someone they love. When asking a family how little or much religious content they want in the life celebration, the most frequent response is, “We would like spiritual emphases. We just don’t want it to feel like we’re in a church service.” In all honesty, I don’t want my funeral to feel like a church service either! With that in mind, I offer these biblically based thoughts, especially to those grieving and feeling very alone.

It is important to understand that solitude and aloneness are different. Grief will often lead us to a healthy solitude, where we seek a sanctuary of deep contemplation that can be rejuvenating. Aloneness is the result of the dread of isolation that brings with it a heaviness of spirit. Grieving spouses might feel isolated from couples and friends, as if on an emotional island. Aloneness takes us down a dark alley of despair that no one could possibly understand our hurt. I cannot pretend to understand the pain of losing a friend or family member to suicide or homicide. My wife Kathy and I have been married for nearly forty-six years. I cannot imagine the dread of waking up each morning without her beside me.

My faith system is rooted in Christianity; in a God and Savior who have shown me many times that even when I feel alone, I am never alone. Here are some examples in the context of grief:

ALONE IN OUR FEAR – BUT NOT ALONE

Fear of circumstances, fear of the unknown or fear of not being in control. Not only will fear paralyze us, we often try to hide our fear. All of us possess hidden fears. We might attempt to fake it, cover them up or even medicate them. But fear is a universal reality which is exacerbated by grief. The solution is found in three concepts: Truth, Love& Faith.

Begin with telling God the Truth. Lamentations 3:55 says, “From the bottom of the pit I cried out to you, O Lord. And when I begged you to listen to my cry, you heard me. And you answered me and told me not to be afraid.”

Second – Rely on the Absolute Love of God. 1 John 4:18 tells us, “Perfect love drives out all fear.” God is love…His love is perfect…His perfect love is stronger than any fear!

Third – Put Faith into Practice.We must Remember that faith doesn’t eliminate the fear. Faith simply gives us the courage to move beyond the fear, working through feelings of vulnerability. Remember that courage is not something with which we are born, which is why the exercising of faith is often uncomfortable.

ALONE IN OUR ANGER – BUT NOT ALONE

Anger is one of the interlocking emotions on the grief journey. Most of us don’t want to deal with anger, so we tend to build an emotional wall. We “isolate to insolate”. Perhaps you’ve noticed what a cat or dog does when it is sick or wounded? Instinctively, it will find to a secluded, virtually unreachable place to rest, because it knows it is vulnerable to predators. We can find ourselves on that emotionally secluded three-foot square island, where protection from emotional predators is accompanied by aloneness. 2 Kings 20:5 says, “I have heard your prayer and seen your tears…I will heal you.” God is saying we are alone, but not alone.

ALONE IN OUR SORROW – BUT NOT ALONE

Jesus grieved. He was described the “Man of Sorrows”. Sorrow like anger, is one of the interwoven processes of grief. On the night before Jesus was crucified, he was alone and praying in a garden. What we see in Jesus solitary conversation with his Father was intense sorrow. Any parent who has ever sobbed over the decisions of their child understands this agonizing concept. But, just as surely as God the Father was with Jesus in his aloneness, He is with you and me in our sorrows!

There is also a difference between sorrow and sadness. Sadness and happiness are temporary emotions. Sorrow is that protracted state of being that blocks any ray of happiness or hope. Unrelenting, chronic sorrow is a sure sign of depression. Depression illness can last a sorrowful life time. Yet, even in our depression we are not alone.

ALONE IN OUR PAIN – BUT NOT ALONE

Emotional pain and depression cause physical pain. Alone in the garden, Jesus grappled with that kind of pain. Jesus cried out in his heart to his Father; a muffled scream from his very soul that only he and his Father God could hear. And God sent an angel to strengthen him…alone, but not alone. And what about those awful times when you shook your fist and your heart screamed, “God, where ARE you in all of this?” By the way, it’s O.K.to be angry at God.He is a big God who understands and hurts with us. Now, just why is it that in our deepest need – our darkest hour we find we are alone but not alone? Because God NEVER wastes our pain! Just as surely as Jesus suffering and death was not wasted, neither is ours! And God wants to use our suffering for a greater purpose than we could ever imagine. This is the surest sign of healing.

So, this “Holy Week”, if grief washes over you like a sudden wave you were not prepared to handle; in your fear, anger, sorrow and pain, remember that God is always near. You may feel alone, but you are not alone.

Greg Webber,

Director of Aftercare & Community Care

How to Get Help Paying for a Service

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Funerary services are expensive, whether you choose cremation or burial. If you are having trouble paying for the services that you want for your loved one, there are ways that you can help yourself. For those of you who need assistance, turning to Colonial Heights, VA funeral homes for suggestions and guidance can be a good idea.  

Starting a crowdfunding project can be an excellent way of funding funerary services. These days, it is very easy to do this, since there are online platforms that can be shared on social media. You can set the amount of money that you are asking for and write a great explanation of what you will be using the funds for. Although you can always turn to in-person donations, it is much easier to keep track of the funds and to deposit them directly to your account when you use online crowdfunding sites. 

You can also ask for people to donate flowers for the service. Flower arrangements can be very expensive and if you do not have the means to buy them yourself, you may feel as if your loved one is not getting the service that they deserve. When sending out the obituary and the funeral or memorial service invitations, request that people bring flowers to help decorate the location. Guest will always welcome the chance of participating in the service and this can make it possible.  

Another way of paying for funerary expenses is to have a fundraiser of some sort. Some people do bake sales or garage sales, others have concerts with volunteer performers. Any kind of event can become a fundraiser and can help with the costs. To make this event a successful one, be sure to let your family members and friends know about it and post it all over your social media.  

You should also look for federal assistance. Social security benefits apply to some people, which can help cover some costs. This can only happen if you let social security know as soon as possible about the death, so be sure that they are alerted. If your loved one was a veteran, they may even qualify for free funerary services, so be sure to check with the VA to learn more about this option.  

All of these options can help you pay for some or all of the services you require after the death of a loved one. If you are working with a limited budget, cremation is usually the right choice, but you can also ask for burial services that do not include embalming, which can save you money. Speak with the funeral home in Colonial Heights, VA that you are considering hiring to see how they can help you through this process. Get started by contacting Morrissett Funeral and Cremation Service. We offer excellent rates and the best services in the area. Learn more by visiting us at 6500 Iron Bridge Rd Richmond, VA 23234 or calling us at (804) 275-7828. 

Ways to Honor Veterans

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If your loved one served their country, it is important to honor their life and death with a service that befits their lives. By taking time to plan a funeral or cremation that references their service to the country, you will best be able to honor their memory. Ameila, VA funeral homes have many options and ways that you can celebrate a veteran loved one’s life.  

One of the first things to do is to find what veteran services are available in the funeral homes you are considering. Most funeral homes offer specific options that are available only for veterans, so if the one that you are considering hiring does not offer these, you will want to find another one. It is also important to know that the Department of Defense does provide services for free for veterans that are eligible, but the family needs to ask for these services.  

There are cemeteries that have sections only for veterans. Whether you want your loved one buried or cremated, you can have them placed in these cemeteries. Consider having their ashes scattered there, or their urns placed in a columbarium. If you are not sure which cemeteries offer this option, reach out to the funeral home or cremation provider you are hiring for help. They can help you find the perfect resting place for your loved one.  

Having a service, whether a funeral or a memorial, that has military honors is another option you need to consider. Hire bands to play military hymns or contact the federal government to see if your loved one is eligible to have taps played at the service by an actual military band. You should also consider using colors and symbols that bring to mind the branch of military that your loved one was part of.  

A grave marker or headstone that acknowledges and celebrates your loved one’s military service is another great way of honoring them. You can purchase these from the funeral home or you can reach out to the Veterans Administration. At your expense, they can provide official headstones and markers. You will have to let them know the information that you want engraved on it, but you can be sure that they will offer something beautiful and meaningful. If you are not sure how to contact the VA, the funeral home or cremation provider can help. 

All of these things can help ensure that your loved one is honored for their military service. It does not matter if your loved one wanted to be cremated or buried. They can still receive the kind of honors that they deserve. To start planning and making funerary arrangements, you should reach out to a qualified funeral home in Ameila, VA. At a company like ours, Morrissett Funeral and Cremation Service, we can offer options created especially for veterans. Let us help you today by visiting us at 6500 Iron Bridge Rd Richmond, VA 23234 or by giving us a call at (804) 275-7828.