What Ideas Can Funeral Homes Provide?

Posted on March 4, 2019 by Cameron Naugle under Cremation
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When you plan final services for a loved one, it might be your first time thinking about funerals or memorial services on a more in-depth level. You contact a funeral home in Orange Park, FL to take care of the important details, but the professionals at the funeral home can help you with much more than implementation. Of course, you get to make the final decisions on any issue regarding your loved one and the funeral home will carry them out with ease, relieving you of those burdens. However, you may not always know exactly what you want—or what your loved one would have wanted. In those cases, the funeral home can offer ideas and options to you so you can make the most informed decision possible. Here are a few ideas that funeral homes can provide:  

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Cremation Versus Traditional Burial Options 

Most funeral homes can provide either traditional burial or cremation services and you will have to decide which you want for your loved one. If you aren’t sure which direction to go, the funeral home can give you examples of what services surrounding each would look like so you can decide what’s best for your loved one. They might describe past memorial services, lay out funeral arrangements, or illustrate the options in other ways to give you a better idea what direction you want to know.  

Service Ideas 

Once you decide on traditional burial or cremation, you then have to put together whatever type of service you want. With traditional burial, that will be a funeral, but you can still do some unique things with the service. With cremation, you can have a memorial service, if you wish, and you can do just about anything you want with that. The funeral home is there to offer you some popular ideas or some specific suggestions, based on what they have learned about your family. You might appreciate their knowledge during this time as the endless options lie before you. Something they say might spark an idea in you that is just right.  

Getting To Know You 

The funeral home is there to help with your loved one’s services, but they will also want to get to know you, your family, and your loved one—through you. The more they know about your preferences and about your loved one, the better they will be able to offer you ideas and suggestions that might suit your needs.  

Everyone is unique and special and Orange Park, FL funeral homes like Naugle Funeral Home & Cremation Services understand that and want to carry out those features in memorial services and funerals. Give us a call at (904) 683-9288, whether you need ideas for services, or you know just what you want already. We’re located at 808 Margaret St, Jacksonville, FL 32204 and you can meet with our funeral director there and see the spaces we have available for funerals and memorial services. We want you to honor your loved one in the way you see fit. 

Cameron Naugle

Paul (Cameron) Naugle, Jr., a fourth generation funeral director was born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida. He graduated from Wolfson High School and then went on to graduate from Gupton-Jones College of Funeral Services in Atlanta, Georgia where he was part of the National Mortuary Honor Society (Phi Sigma Eta). He then graduated from The University of North Florida with a degree in Business Administration. He is a licensed funeral director as well as a licensed embalmer. He took over the position of President and CEO of Naugle Funeral Home and Cremation Services in 2012, following in his father’s, grandfather’s and great-grandfather’s footsteps. Cameron is married to Katherine Schnauss Naugle, an estate planning, probate and elder law attorney in Jacksonville and has two amazing children. He enjoys spending time with his family. He also enjoys his hobby of restoring and showing his antique cars. Cameron is a member of the Southside Businessmen’s Club of Jacksonville, as well as a member of the Florida Cemetery Cremation and Funeral Association (FCCFA).

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