Although the terms are still sometimes used interchangeably in general society, there is, indeed, a difference between a casket and a coffin. Let’s take a closer look at each of these burial vessels, considering how they differ and how they are alike:
When considering the true value in funeral services that a Funeral Director and the supporting funeral home staff provides, it is common to think of individual service items – like preparing the body for viewing, coordinating the memorial service, etc. But at Stillinger Family Funeral Home, we believe the true value in funeral services we provide goes deeper and explains why so many families come back to us again and again during their times of loss.
Easing the burden of funeral planning is one of our most important services here at Stillinger Family Funeral Home in Greenfield, Indiana. We know that the loss of a beloved spouse or partner, family member, or friend is traumatic, whether the passing resulted from a long and difficult illness, or resulted from an untimely cause, such as a tragic accident. In any event, to honor your loved one, details must be decided and arranged, and we stand ready to make this difficult time easier for you.
It’s a common question we hear at Stillinger Family Funeral Home in Greenfield, Indiana: “What type of sympathy flowers should I send?” First, it helps to understand the common types of funeral flowers, as these include a variety of sizes, types, designs and price ranges. Next, we recommend considering your relationship to the deceased or to the deceased’s family. Here are some practical rules of thumb to help you determine what type of sympathy flowers to send:
Common types of funeral flowers include a variety of sizes, types, designs and price ranges. Choosing the right type to send can be daunting, but it helps to understand the basics before speaking with your florist or arranging for funeral flowers through your funeral home. Let’s look at some of the common types of funeral flowers to help you make the right choice:
At Stillinger Family Funeral Home, we take very seriously the privilege and responsibility of serving families in Greenfield, Indiana, surrounding Hancock County communities, and beyond. That’s why we crafted a statement of “Our Why”. And that’s the reason our “why” impacts our “how” for providing professional funeral services and personal customer experiences one family at a time. Here’s what we mean: