DUE TO COVID-19 WE ASK THAT ALL VISITORS TO THE FUNERAL HOME WEAR A MASK.

Do to Recent events, we ask the all visitors refrain from Physical Condolences such as Hugging, Kissing, and Shaking Hands or you will be asked to leave immediately.    We do not like having to do this, but we must ensure distancing and do our best to ensure the safety of everyone we serve.

As of July 1, 2021 we will be allowed to have 25 percent capacity in each room.  This means we will be allowed to have no more than 30 guests at one time in our main visitation room and 12 in our secondary visitation room.  We are allowed to let a small amount of family stay to greet guests for visitation (example if 10 people stay than groups of 20 would be allowed in).  We must allow 15 minutes between each group to disinfect and clean our facilities as per our governing body.  Guests must meet the COVID-19 guidelines and have your wrist scanned for temperature to enter our facility.  If you answer yes to any of the questions or have a temperature you will be asked to leave and contact your health care provider.  Guests are separated by rope barriers keeping everyone 6 feet apart.  Churches and Cemeteries are limited to 75 guests providing there is one staff present for every 15 people. 

As of July 16, 2021 we no longer have set capacity restrictions. However we still need to keep 6 foot physical distancing.  This means we will be allowed to have up to 25 guests at one time in our main visitation room along with 10-15 family members who will be allowed to stay.  We must allow 5 minutes between each group to disinfect and clean our facilities.  Funeral services at the funeral home will be limited to 50 guests to maintain physical distancing.  We will still require all guests to register to attend visitations by registering on-line or by phoning the funeral home.  Guests must meet the COVID-19 guidelines and have your wrist scanned for temperature to enter our facility.  If you answer yes to any of the questions or have a temperature you will be asked to leave and contact your health care provider.  Guests are separated by rope barriers keeping everyone 6 feet apart.  Churches and cemeteries are limited to their individual capacity restrictions keeping 6 feet physical distancing.  There are now longer minimal staff requirements as long as social distancing can be maintained.