Mulhearn Funeral Services
The Mulhearn Family is very attentive to the request of the families we serve and are sensitive to their religious beliefs.
Our directors and staff members are very good listeners and want your family to share your views concerning the ceremony that would most express the wishes of your loved one.
We believe a funeral should honor a loved one, share the wonderful times had together with family and friends, and celebrate the life that they lived here on earth.
Each and every family plans a ceremony in a different way. We want to help you family plan a meaningful and personalized ceremony. This will help each family we serve with the process of grief we all go through following the loss of a loved one.
Personalize the Funeral Ceremony
We suggest family members to share personal stories and special memories about their loved one with their minister, priest, rabbi, friend, etc. to incorporate with the message of the ceremony.
Photographs are used on Memory Boards or Tables during visitation hours and funeral or memorial services. Favorite hobby items should be brought and displayed. This really shows the interest of our loved ones such as: golf, tennis, books, playing or rook cards, sewing, gardening utensils, fishing or hunting, quilting, woodworking, crossword puzzles or any other items that relate to the loved one.
Family members or close friends are encouraged to participate in the services with some part of the eulogy. This could be scripture readings, poetry, or just some brief comments.
Our ancestors passed this down to our generation, it is under our watch and our family members have built a very strong reputation within the communities we serve of being their in your time of need. It is not just a business, it is our heritage.