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 For Those Who Have Served

 


We are honored to serve those men and women who have protected our freedom in wars past.
 

   
How we honor, recognize and pay respects to our Veterans:

  • The emblem of the Veteran’s branch of service is identified on our hearse
  • Our lead/clergy car, used in the funeral procession, displays our country flag
  • We provide a Veterans theme for the guest register book, acknowledgement cards and memorial folders and prayer cards
  • We give a complimentary wood and engrave glass flag case to the survivng spouse, child or next of kin
  • At the family's request, will contact a honor guard and these dedicated volunteers of Veterans will provide a final salute to a comrade
  • We will request a Presidential Memorial Certificate for the surviving spouse, child or next of kin
  • If eligible, we will assist in the filing of application(s) for survivor's benefits with local and/or federal governments

Veterans Resources

The Department of Veteran's Affairs provides information on memorial benefits, health services, life insurance programs and more. 

U. S. National Archives and Records Administration  for information on locating a lost military record. 

National Cemetery Administration for more information on a final resting place and lasting memorials.

American Legion was chartered by Congress in 1919.

Veterans of Foreign Wars mission is to "honor the dead by helping the living" through veterans' service, community service, national security and a strong national defense.

Disabled American Veterans is an organization of disabled veterans with a mission to  build better lives for disabled veterans and their families.

 

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