At Jarnigans’s Mortuary, we take pride in our ability to help you select from a variety of peaceful and beautiful settings for their final resting place, no matter how you choose to care for your departed one’s remains. Our experts are here to answer any questions or concerns, and to give you all the needed information to make the best decision about the final resting place for your loved one.
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For a traditional in-ground burial, your family can choose between the different estate lots, multiple space lots, or single space graves that are available at local cemeteries. We can help you find an option that fits your personal needs and budget, as well as review the types of burial grounds that exist in our community.
Mausoleums provide space for above ground entombment of physical remains within a beautiful structure at the cemetery. You could choose your own private structure, or opt to share a space in a community mausoleum. In the past, a private family mausoleum used to be considered a cost-prohibitive option for many families, but in current times they have become much more affordable.
There are many ways to care for your loved one’s cremated remains. A cherished location, a garden, statue, or any memorial property are all great options. We also have a large selection of beautiful and well made urns to select from. Our staff can provide you with local options for the entombment of your cremation urn.
Cremation niches are also available at local mausoleums,inurnment plots, and area cremation gardens.
A Lasting Tribute
Grieving doesn’t end after the funeral does. Most times, the service is just the beginning to healing and recovering. Most find it difficult to return to their normal routines after the service is over, and even more so when most employers don’t have much time to grieve in the modern working world today.
A lasting tribute gives family and friends a place to visit when they need to feel connected to their departed loved one. It helps serve focus on reflection, their memory, and peace of mind. Having a place to visit can make it easier to cope with meaningful dates such as birthdays or anniversaries. This also gives the younger generation who may not have met the departed loved one to learn about their family lineage and their memories.