Here at the Szafranski-Eberlein Funeral Home Inc., a family-owned business that prides itself on compassion, expertise, and professionalism, we strive to offer unique personalized services to each family we serve. Our wide range of services are designed to accommodate your religious and personal traditions through an honorable and affordable funeral rite of your choosing. Whether you decide to honor your loved one with a public funeral, a small private service, or immediate cremation we are here to guide you through all of the details to create the experience you are envisioning. Our goal with any service is to create a meaningful personalized tribute to honor your loved one according to your needs, wants, and beliefs. We pride ourselves in carrying out the choices you make, celebrating the relationships you shared, and honoring the memory of your loved one. We are also here to assist you with all of your benefit forms, including but not limited to insurance, social security and veterans.
1. Full-Service Visitation and Burial – A visitation and viewing period of your loved one to allow family and friends to pay their respects. The time allotted for visitation is the choice of the family. Following the visitation is the formal ceremony either at the funeral home or a place of worship then followed by a committal service at the cemetery if the family plans to bury the deceased. Finally, most choose to host a funeral reception (gathering) to share memories.
2. Visitation and Blessing Service – A visitation and viewing period followed by a blessing service at the funeral home instead of a place of worship. The time allotted for visitation is the choice of the family.
3. Graveside Service – Committal ceremony takes place at the site of burial with the casket.
Cremation – The same concepts of services under traditional services are also available for cremation as a means of final disposition.
1. Full-Service Visitation and Cremation – A visitation and viewing period of your loved one to allow family and friends to pay their respects. The time allotted for visitation is the choice of the family. Following the visitation is the cremation process.
2. Limited (Memorial) Service – A memorial ceremony is held at the funeral home or place of worship to celebrate the life lost. Typically, a visitation does not occur with this service. The cremated remains may be present at the service at the choice of the family.
3. Cremation Graveside Service – Committal ceremony takes place at the site of burial with the cremation urn.