It is not always possible to pay respects in person, so we hope that this small token will help.
Offer a gift of comfort and beauty to a family suffering from loss.
A gift to your family, sparing them hard decisions at an emotional time.
Military Funeral Honors are available for all honorably discharged veterans. Discharge papers (DD-214) are required to be sent at least 48 hours prior to funeral service.
All honorably discharged veterans are entitled to Taps and a flag folding team.
Honors for law enforcement and fire fighters vary by department. In most cases, funeral honors are offered to retirees, active duty, and line of duty deaths.
Additional Service or Procession Options
BAGPIPE SOLO: The solemn sounds of the bagpipe transform a mournful event into an emotional and dignified experience.
RIDERLESS HORSE: A single, rider-less horse appears in the funeral procession following the casket. Most often seen in full military honors, boots are placed reverse in the stirrups to represent the fallen leader looking back on his troops for the last time.
CASSION (Horse & Carriage): The horse's rhythmic clip-clop creates a comforting soundtrack as it dutifully transports the casket during your loved one's ride to their final resting place. This distinguished tradition is often used to honor soldiers, police and firefighters killed in the line of duty, but it is an elegant addition to any funeral procession.
RIFLE VOLLEY: The 3-volley salute is a ceremonial act performed at military and police funerals as part of the drill and ceremony of the Honor Guard. It consists of a rifle party firing blank cartridges into the air three times.