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In most cases, the difference between a memorial and a funeral service is the presence of remains. A funeral will often has a body and casket. A memorial service rarely has remains present, with the exception of an urn and cremains. A memorial service may take place weeks or even months after an individual has passed away. Both are excellent ways to pay tribute to a loved one.
Eulogy is an artistically crafted summary of one's life and involves hours of research, conferencing, and writing. Our ministers are experienced in learning about the deceased from family, friends, and associates to construct a eulogy that best reflects the life of the individual. The service celebrates, as their legacy, the choices they made, the relationships they nurtured, and the love they shared.
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