There are so many things running through your mind when you lose someone you love. How do you go about starting to plan for a funeral or for the cremation, if you aren’t even sure how to say goodbye to this person. With Mark B Shaw Mortuary, you do not have to figure out the answer to these or to other questions on your own. Our team is here to guide you through the process, work with you, and assist you in the planning, whether you choose to have a cremation or choose to have a funeral for the one you’ve lost.
In some cases, families prefer a smaller ceremony. They only want a few close friends and they want to have their relatives nearby at this time. There are others who want a large, and festive celebration when planning for a funeral. They want to celebrate the person while they were alive, what they stood for, and would like to invite as many people as possible to the funeral, in order to celebrate their life. It does not matter which side of the spectrum you sit on, we are here to help you with the planning at Mark B Shaw Mortuary.
We offer a wide range of packages for you to choose from when you are planning the funeral or the cremation services. So, it does not matter how much you have set aside, or how little you want to spend, we can work with you in making the funeral special, and we can make sure it is going to fit the budget you have set. You don’t want that financial burden lingering at the time of death either, so you can preplan with us, and lock in the rates now, rather than pay a higher rate as time passes.
If you have questions, if you want to learn about our services, or how we can help you with the planning for a funeral or cremation, our team at Mark B Shaw Mortuary is here to help you and to answer your questions. Visit our site to see our packages and the different services we can provide when a loved one passes away. Or, visit our site, fill out the inquiry form, and allow one of our team specialists to get back to you, to learn more about your needs and what your family would like, when planning for the funeral … Read the rest