Our primary mission is to care for our client families before, during, and after a loss has occurred. Being so involved with you in three distinct areas is what sets the Dewhirst Family Funeral Homes apart from all the rest. As complete Funeral Care Advisors, we specialize in creating unique tributes, ceremonies and celebrations of life. We also offer advanced planning and post funeral care services, as well as seminars on the entire funeral planning process for your group or organization. A rich tradition of compassionate care at Dewhirst Family Funeral Homes means that we will always engage in our most important job: taking care of you and your family.
We have begun offering "Capture Bead Keepsakes" to the families we serve. These handcrafted
flower inclusion rosaries and keepsakes are a great way to preserve the floral arrangements from your service or special event. (Shown left) Please contact the office staff for more information.
We are working on several exciting new initiatives this year, including creating an enhanced program of recovery for our families after they have experienced a loss, a feature we are developing called “ask a funeral director”, several community presentations, open house community seminars, and new video informational presentations on commonly asked questions and topics.
To get the most current information and updates available on all of our initiatives, upcoming seminars and workshops, as well as a live obituary stream, feel free to “Like” us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter. For updated local events, please check out our Community Calendar!
As always, please know that we are here for you at any time and for any questions or concerns, before, during or after a loss.
A BIG congratulations to our own Albert Abdallah who recently qualified the designation of Certified Funeral Service Practitioner (CFSP)! To earn the CFSP, the practitioner must complete a 180 hour program of continuing education, activities and events including academic activities, professional activities , community and civic activities and career review. Certified practitioners may use the CFSP designation and must continue to raise and improve the standards of funeral service and make continuing education a lifelong process in their own self interest and the interest of the families they serve and in the community in which they live. Read more about Al and his commitment to families in need here. (Dec. 2012)
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