All About Burials
Profound. Healing. Design a permanent resting place for your loved one.
Burials are a traditional memorial choice that give families a meaningful physical symbol to mark a loved one’s resting place. At Pegues Funeral Directors 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 graveside service takes place after a funeral and can be a profound healing experience.
Funerals often take place at the mortuary chapel or at your place of religious worship. In that case, an internment and committal service can follow at the graveside. These are important gatherings to commemorate a life and mark the end of physical closeness. Family and friends gather to commit a loved one to the earth and say final farewells together. A committal service is symbolic and a helpful step in healing.
Graveside Funeral Services
Express the life of your loved one and create a place for family and friends to gather.
We can help you design a meaningful and healing service to take place at the graveside. These services can take place outdoors or even inside a mausoleum. We’ll guide you through the process of personalizing both the service and the site in multiple ways. Working with your Funeral Director, you can select readings, speakers and create spiritual moments. You can include military honors, masonic rites and religious leadership. When it comes to memorialization, we offer many options. Your selection may include a flat memorial, upright monument, ledger, mausoleum plate, memorial benches or private estates. Please reach us any time to begin the conversation. We’re here to share our expertise, with professionalism and compassion.
Find The Option For You
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.
Types of Burial Memorials
Design a site to express a life and gratify the living.
A permanent resting place is something to consider carefully. Ask yourself about the kind of final resting place to best commemorate the life lost and provide a fitting place for family and friends to gather for services and future reflection.