Funeral customs differ widely between cultures and religions. Our desire is that you will choose to honor your loved one in a way that allows you to have a peace-of-mind years from now, knowing you did the best you could to honor a life well lived.
We are here to listen to your desires and assist you in designing a memorable experience to honor the life and preserve the legacy of your loved one. The possibilities are inspiring and virtually endless. Continue to explore our website or contact us today to discuss your options.
Whether you are pre-planning for yourself or a loved one, the casket selection is a very personal decision and an expression of individuality. A casket that reflects the personality and taste of your loved one can be one of the most important final tributes to their life.
Gregory B. Levett & Sons Funeral Homes & Crematory Inc. understands these needs and offers a wide variety of caskets and personalization options that can make the selection process simple.
Burial vaults are used to protect the casket or urn once they have been buried. This is not only necessary for the caskets but for the burial grounds (cemetery) as well. Burial vaults act as containers and offer the casket or urn protection from the outside weather elements as well as prevent hardwood caskets from swelling. Most cemeteries require a vault which is why they come in many different styles, personalization options, and price variations.
The ceremonies you design for your loved one generally revolve around the casket being present. Traditional services where there is a viewing and/or wake, followed by a funeral service in a church, synagogue, or in one of our four beautifully decorated and private funeral home chapels are only an option. You can choose a private service at the graveside, or have the decedent shipped back to his or her native state or country. We also have Celebration of Life DVD's, Dove Releasings, Horse & Carriages, Service Photography, Memorial Websites, as well as an on-site Publishing Company for all programs, bookmarks, or prayer cards. The options are virtually endless.