Burials are a traditional memorial choice that give families a meaningful physical symbol to mark a loved one’s resting place. At House Of Wright Mortuary we offer a broad range of burial options, and we invite you to read about all that’s possible. We’re here to help you design a service and a physical memorial that will be a beautiful place to visit, forevermore.
A well-celebrated burial is a beautiful way to say goodbye. House of Wright comes to you as a warm and helping hand that offers you some solace in this hour of grief. From choosing a flow for the service to finding an officiant to run the committal, whether that means your pastor or priest or even a family member, friend, or other loved one, we take care of everything. If you’d like an outdoor committal, we also keep the weather in mind by planning for heat, snow, rain, or wind and make arrangements accordingly.
A graveside service is a unique opportunity to say your final goodbye to a loved one. Burying a loved one is never an easy experience. The nature of your service might be altered to reflect your family’s intentions. We don’t have a one-size-fits-all approach to our burial ceremonies; instead, we create the tone that families want while ensuring that each burial ceremony is intimate, affirming, and beautiful regardless of the specifics. Don’t hesitate to contact us at any moment to begin the discussion. We’re here to offer our knowledge in a professional and caring manner.
Direct burial is a burial option in which the body is buried in the days immediately after death, without a formal funeral service or graveside service before the burial. Direct burial is our most affordable burial option. Since it does not include a proper funeral or any pre-funeral events, many of the costs of a traditional funeral are avoided. Immediate or direct burial occurs with no formal ceremony and little to no mourners at the gravesite. In light of the covid-19 pandemic, it is the safest option. Some people also go with this service because it is specifically desired by the deceased in their will.
A funeral should be personalized to your loved one. If you have questions about your burial options, let us help. Contact us to select the ideal resting place.