The memorial service is a traditional funeral service without the casket or body of the deceased present. In the case of a cremation, the family often chooses to have the cremated remains present at the memorial service. The memorial service may be held in a Charter Funerals chapel or in a church, chapel or meaningful location selected by the family.
Since a casket is not present at a memorial service, photographs and personal mementoes that are reflective of the deceased are often arranged as the focal point of the service. Flower arrangements are also common at memorial services.
A memorial service may be chosen with burial or cremation service.
- Applicable standard professional services
- Transfer of remains to funeral home
- Use of funeral director and staff to arrange for and conduct memorial service
- Use of facilities for memorial service
- Utility vehicle
- 1 Register book, 100 memorial folders, and 100 acknowledgment cards
- Included transportation limited to mileage as described in itemization