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Heffner Funeral Home & Cremation Service Dallastown, PA

Dignified Funeral and Cremation in Dallastown, PA

 

When a loved one passes away, the family is often too busy grieving to plan a funeral. Our team is very aware of the sensitive nature of this matter, and we don’t want you to have to navigate it all by yourself. Call on the experience of a licensed funeral director. We will help you learn the ins and outs of funeral and cremation in Dallastown, PA. When you work with a team of professionals who are well-versed in quick planning, the stress of the event will be minimized.

 

We have been in the funeral business for over 100 years. Our family has designed our funeral homes to withstand generations of changes in the industry. Our homes are modern and spotless. You will be happy to know that you are choosing the most beautiful facilities that are worthy of your loved one’s end-of-life services. We offer a 100% money back guaranteed policy if you are not satisfied for any reason. We know how important this day is for your whole family and will work to achieve success for everyone involved.

 

Highly Recommended Cremation and Funeral Services in Dallastown, PA

If you are looking for the best funeral and cremation in Dallastown, PA, you don’t have to take our word for it. We have over 1000 written referrals from past customers. We value the customers’ opinions and have listened to every suggestion throughout the years. We want to get this day right for the families. The funeral is a day to honor those who have passed on, and there is no do-over. We are sure to make the day the best it possibly could be for those in attendance.

 

Variety of Cremation and Funeral Services

When making decisions about your loved one's burial options, you can choose between a cremation or a burial. Cremation services are quickly becoming very popular because of the lower cost and its benefits to the environment over burial. Take peace in knowing that our cremation practices are exact. Our employees sign their names to the identification of the deceased before, during, and after the cremation process, never losing track of the ashes.

 

Just because you have chosen cremation doesn’t mean that you don’t gather together and invite family and friends to celebrate the life of your loved one. You can have a memorial where everyone shares their memories and can get closure by celebrating the deceased one last time. If you would like to be less formal, you can throw a celebration of life at a venue outdoors or even a barbecue in your backyard.

 

Because not every person is the same, then every end-of-life service is not the same either. When you choose a more traditional route like a burial, then the funeral can either be traditional or non-traditional. There is no book on what a funeral should look like. The most important directions to follow are those of what the deceased would have wanted. If you didn’t get a chance to discuss that with your loved one, then think about their personality: were they always trying to stand out and be different? Or did they take solace in following tradition and being conservative in their celebrations? The most important part of funeral planning is making the service unique to the person who passed on.

 

Preplanning: You Won’t Regret Preparing for the Unknown

While our team is exceptionally well-versed in planning a funeral with just a few days’ notice, it is always easier to have as much time in advance as possible. If you or a family member knows their time is near, then contacting a funeral home sooner than later is the best idea. It may be an uncomfortable decision to make, but once you get started with plans, it will be easy. You can discuss memories and what the person would value the most at their funeral. It will bring happiness to everyone involved to know that their input was valued and included in the services.

 

Preplanning services will also minimize the stress on your loved ones after you’ve passed away. If the funeral is already planned and ready to go, then all the work is done, and the family and close friends can focus on grieving and honoring their loved one.

 

Our website offers all of the information needed to plan a funeral. It will also lay out what you can expect through each meeting with a member of our team. Remember that we are here to walk you through each step. We will never turn down an appointment or leave a question unanswered.

 

If you are ready to make plans for your funeral, whether it be in the near future or years away, then contact our funeral home today. If you need to move fast on funeral services and cremation in Dallastown, PA, know that we will have all hands on deck to provide your friends and family with the most beautiful end-of-life celebration in honor of your loved one.

 

Funeral & Cremation

What to wear in funeral?

Try to find out the dress code before you attend, so that you can be sure you will dress appropriately. If you are not sure, simply try to dress in a conservative way that shows respect for the family and other mourners. For men, a suit and a conservative tie is usually a safe bet. Women should generally wear a conservative dress, skirt, or pants with a tasteful blouse. Learn More.

 

Do funerals help grieving process?

Funerals encourage people who are mourning to say their final goodbyes and commiserate with members of the family. Individuals exchange stories, weep, console each other, offer assistance, etc. A significant step in healing is this community mourning process. This means people do not feel alone in their suffering. Learn More.

 

Why is it important to plan ahead?

Planning ahead is an important aspect of dream achieving process. By planning ahead, you become proactive and foresee issues or roadblocks that may come your way and therefore plan the actions to avoid the roadblocks or face them confidently. As author Lester Bittel said, “Good plans shape good decisions. Learn More.

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Heffner Funeral Chapel & Crematory, Inc. | (717) 767-1551
1551 Kenneth Road, York, PA 17408

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35 Gotham Place, Red Lion, PA

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125 North Front Street, Milton, PA 17847

Maxwell Funeral Home | (570) 923-0228
205 5th Street, Renovo, PA 17764

Helt Funeral Chapel, Inc. | (570) 748-2722
232 Hogan Boulevard, Mill Hall, PA 17751

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305 West Front Street, Box 322, Lewisberry, PA 17339


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