ILES FUNERAL HOMES

service preferences (Step 3 of 7)

Ceremonies, gatherings and services offer family and friends a chance to celebrate a life the way it was lived. These events are as unique as each family and each life. While you consider your preferences there are a few key elements to include:
-Build into this time an opportunity to see your loved one and say goodbye
-Give the community time to come and offer support to your family
-Create a ceremony or ritual to help give this time meaning
-Personalize these gatherings with items that reflect the life lived
Once again, you may not be ready to make final decisions at this time. Complete this section as you are comfortable. Our staff will offer guidance and review the information at our arrangement conference. You are also welcome to call us at any time. We are here to help.
Which type of disposition is preferred?
BURIAL
CREMATION
Service Preferences
Place of Service:
Place of Visitation:
Timing of Cremation:
Service Leader or Celebrant:
Select Leader of Service:
Body Care
Clothing Preferences:
Jewelry:
Hair and Cosmetics concerns:
Final Resting Place
Cemetery or Mausoleum:
Service Details
Musical Preferences:
Readings, Poems, Biblical Verses:
Preferred Inclusions in Memorial Folders:
Photographs & video tributes:
Service Participants
Pall Bearers:
Honorary Pall Bearers:
Eulogists, Lectors or Remembrances:
Service Enhancements
Food and Beverage Service:
Special service touches: