The death of a loved one can be made more difficult when the deceased or the survivors have no established spiritual community or tradition. In these cases a standard church service can feel generic or impersonal.
Eileen will sit with you and your family, gently listening to your wishes, sadness, and memories. Even in this difficult time it is possible to craft a unique and special ceremony to honor the memory of your loved one.
With two decades of experience spent training grief counselors, Eileen understands that the logistical decisions you will be asked to make following a death may be overwhelming. She will not ask you to move any faster than you can go.
At the funeral home, graveside, or at a scattering of ashes, Eileen will help you make sacred the shared act of remembering.