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How a family chooses to remember or memorialize a loved one is a personal decision. The style of service varies with each family, but whatever the form, the focal point remains the same, to remember your loved ones at the time of death in a way that honors their memory and provides emotional value and support to their family.

Saying goodbye is a critical step toward the healing process when faced with the loss of a loved one. At the Eckard Baldwin Funeral Home & Chapel, we pride ourselves in our ability to personalize and individualize each funeral service to make it a truly memorable experience.

To assist the families in understanding the many different options available we are listing our most popular options:

The Traditional Funeral Service

This service offers the full service of the funeral director and staff, transportation of the deceased to the funeral home, embalming and other preparation of the deceased, full use of facilities, including visitation, funeral ceremony in our chapel or in the church of your choice, hearse transportation to cemetery, arranging a graveside service and filing necessary documents.


Graveside Service

This service offers the full service of the funeral director and staff, transportation of the deceased to the funeral home, embalming and other preparation of the deceased, hearse transportation to cemetery, arranging a graveside service and filing necessary documents.


Immediate Burial

This service offers the full service of the funeral director and staff, transportation of the deceased to the funeral home, sanitary care, hearse transportation to cemetery, arranging a graveside service and filing necessary documents.


Cremation with Services

CREMATION is the process of reducing the body to ash containing bone fragment, yet may not be of final disposition. Many people believe that at the time of death only two basic options exist: immediate cremation of the body or a complete funeral including viewing, followed by burial.

Just like burial, cremation can occur after a funeral where the casket is present at one's place of worship or a funeral chapel. The only real difference between a funeral followed by burial is that the remains are taken to the crematory after the service in lieu of a procession to the cemetery.

As is customary, the service may be preceded by a period of visitation or a reception at the funeral home.


Cremation with Memorial Service

A memorial service, like a funeral, is a service of remembrance, only without the body present. It may be held at a place of worship, the funeral chapel, or any other appropriate location.

While these descriptions cover the general types of cremation services and a traditional burial, your choices are not required to fit exactly into any particular category. There are literally "options within options" available to provide a meaningful service with flexibility to the needs of each person or family we serve. For more information pertaining to any services listed above please contact us directly to schedule a in person consultation to see which service will meet your needs.


Direct Cremation

Direct Cremation is the most economical option and does not include a funeral service. The funeral home simply handles the cremation of the deceased and presents the ashes back to the family.

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