A traditional service for burial, entombment, or cremation is usually
the service of choice. At R.S. Kane we believe in the traditional
funeral, because it best serves the needs of family and friends.
The traditional funeral service may be the following:
- Transfer of the deceased to the funeral home
- Dressing, cosmetology and other care of the deceased
- Professional support and administrative staff assistance
- Use of visitation rooms
- General use of the facilities for the service and arrangements
- Funeral service
- Use of funeral coach
- Administration vehicle
- Register book
- Acknowledgment cards
- Memorial folders or prayer cards
The traditional service is a meaningful expression for the family,
and it gives friends and associates an opportunity to offer their
tributes in the way of flowers or memorials to churches or organizations.
Generally, a member of the clergy or other person chosen by the
family conducts a service of remembrance. We encourage the active
participation of the family in helping plan this part of the service.
Many times family members take part by giving a reading, singing
or assisting the clergy.
If the ceremony is held in a church, there is no additional charge.
Nor is there an additional charge for arranging and conducting fraternal