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Memorial Service or Celebration of Life

Perhaps you used a different funeral home for your burial or cremation. You can still engage us to help you create a unique and beautiful memorial or celebration of life service for the person you wish to honor.

We consider it a privilege to assist you with creating a service tailored to the unique person you are honoring.

What we can do for you:

Our beautiful chapel can be set up theater style for up to 100 people or you can choose our banquet style setup for up to 80 people.

We will Create an Eternal Tribute Website for your loved one where their story, memorial service information, and photos can be shared.

Our Staff Coordinator will work with you to create a unique tribute video to share their story in pictures and music.

We will prepare personalized service folders and guest book for the service.

Our artists will create a beautiful portrait of your loved one that will be printed on canvas and framed for display during the service.

We have space for a table where photos or special items belonging to your loved one can be displayed.

We have information that will guide you in planning the service of remembrance, and we’ll be present during the service at our facility to make certain everything goes as smoothly as possible.

We have relationships with trusted florists, caterers, videographers and livestreaming companies to provide you with the support you need as you work on details.

If you choose a different location for your service, we will be available to provide you with the items you need for the special touches at the service.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a memorial service?

A memorial service is a post-funerary ceremony that acknowledges the stories, memories, and moments you shared prior to the death of a loved one.

What happens at a memorial service?

Traditional memorial service is celebrated after the body has been buried or cremated. During the service family, and friends pay tribute, say prayers, deliver a eulogy, or sing songs as a way of accepting the death of a loved one and helping them start the healing process.

How to Plan a Memorial Service?

  • Decide on what type of service or celebration
  • Decide on the location, date, time, and guests list of attendees
  • Plan your budget
  • If possible, publish the details of the event on social media, or obituary in local newspapers
  • Organize the guestlist for sending invitations. Include a way to RSVP
  • The person who will initiate the event
  • Compile readings according to the personality of the deceased and the desired mood of the event
  • Assist the family in preparing eulogies
  • The music to be played
  • Organize the order of the event
  • Plan a program outline for the attendees
  • The food and drinks for the guest, flowers, and other ornaments that commemorate the deceased such as photos and a memory table.
  • Prepare a thank you note or a short speech, and a small thank you gift for any family members and friends who assisted with the event.

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Heritage Oaks Memorial Chapel, FD 1990
6920 Destiny Drive, Rocklin  CA  95677
(916) 791-2273

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