Personalization isn't just about honoring your loved one's individuality. It also allows family and friends to feel connected to the services and the life being honored. We work closely with you and your family to get to know your loved one's life story so we can make their services as personal as possible.

Life Tribute Videos

We'll create a one-of-a-kind Tribute Video by combining family photographs, music of your choice, and professional effects to share your loved one's special journey during the service. This video also is available as a DVD and meaningful keepsake after the ceremony is over.

Personalized Stationery

Our high-quality stationery sets have more than 500 themes you can choose from to honor your loved one. You can view our collection online or we can help you find the perfect theme during our arrangement conference.

Digital Guestbook

Tribute eGuest is a new and improved way to record guests' names and addresses at your loved one's service. By having this information input digitally, we can help you print address labels for thank-you cards and more. We also use this information to help family and friends with aftercare, because grief doesn't stop with the funeral.


Another touch that I believe to be so special is a pillow that I have made for the family. This pillow is shown to the family during the hour prior to services. The colors of material are coordinated with the clothes of the deceased, the casket color and the flowers. The size is approximately 12" square.

On this pillow are many of the special and unique things the family has shared with me about their loved one. Again, each one is totally one of a kind. Some examples from my own life, a pillow for my dad would be; (the material would be blue, because he has the bluest eyes ever,) he was a hod carrier, so a wheel barrow, bricks, bucket would be included, he loves to look for morel mushrooms, he had at one time, up to 60 goats, (don't ask me why!) but a "billy goat" would be on it, and his children's names would be embroidered, Debbie, Susie, Tommy and Billy, and the name of Martha would be there, she is my step mom, who we are eternally grateful for taking care of him!

Another example would be my little aunt, who collected tea cups from her travels, she was a devoted Christian, loved to make blackberry jelly, so her pillow would be a very feminine fabric, dainty tea cups and saucers in pastel shades, a canning jar with blackberries next to it, a Christian Cross, and the name "Aunt Teenie" (that is a term of endearment for her.) Again the possibilities are endless.