We know how important a meaningful service is for families who have lost a loved one. For those who are unable to attend a service due to geographic, health or other restrictions, Egizi Funeral Home offers the ability to livestream services online.
The web has changed how we communicate love and support to others after a loss. That’s why we provide to you an online memorial tribute, where you can tell your loved one’s story.
By signing up for our Circle of Friends Newsletter, you will receive a grief and recovery newsletter each month for one year directly to your email inbox. Each edition offers helpful information, stories, poems, and inspirational quotes.
We don’t believe our care for you should end after the service does. That’s why we will have a team member reach out to you in the weeks and months after the funeral to provide you with information regarding probate, estate planning, grief support materials, and other details.
Simply give us your favorite picture of your loved one, and we will frame it and display it next to your guest registry book. Copies will also be given to you.
If you can provide us with 30-50 favorite pictures, either in hard copy or digital format, then we will build a tribute video to be shown during the visitation or service. We can also provide a link to the video on your loved one’s online memorial tribute so you can share it online.
Following the service, we will personally bring the floral arrangements to your home, church, or any other location within a 25-mile radius you would like them donated to.
We will take a photo of every floral arrangement received, as well as the card that accompanied it. We will send the pictures to you, both as a remembrance and to assist you in sending thank you notes.
If you choose to include a candlelit service as a part of your loved one’s farewell, we can provide to you the candle with a personalized picture as a keepsake.
If we serve your family, you will be invited to our annual remembrance program – to give you and your family the opportunity to honor and remember your loved one during the holiday season.