Windsor's Local Funeral Service


At the beginning of the arrangement conference the funeral director will need to ask you a variety of questions. The answers to these questions will be used to complete different documents, forms and permits. Information for the obituary is usually obtained at this time. Mark's specializes in custom-written obituaries which are published in the local newspapers. If the family desires, we will also list their preferences for memorial gifts. The funeral director will discuss with the family their preferences for the funeral time, location, and other details regarding the services.

Memorialization is the process of remembering a loved one through a formal or informal ceremony. It is important that families have the freedom and opportunity to create a service that is important and meaningful for them. It is our belief that the more families and friends who participate in the memorialization process, the closer they will be to starting the road to healing.

What is Cremation?

Cremation is the process of reducing the body to bone fragments through the application of intense heat. Cremation is often considered to be an inexpensive, less complicated substitute for the "traditional " funeral. Cremation and burial are both defined as "modes of disposition", methods of caring for the body and, as such, are just one part of a funeral.

Mark's has a state-of-the-art crematory located on site, so your loved one is in our care throughout the entire process.

Cremation Services

We offer the following Cremation Services:

• Funeral where the casket is present with cremation following
• Visitation (private or public) with cremation following.
• Memorial service without the body present.

• Direct cremation with no services.

Acknowledges that a life has been lived.

Allows mourners to remember and honor their loved one in a special way.

Serves as a central gathering place for family and friends to give emotional and physical support to one another.

Provides closure for the bereaved.

Initiates the grieving process.

Confirms the reality and finality of the death.

Encourages mourners to face the pain of their loss and express their thoughts and feelings.

Helps survivors to better cope with their grief and enables them to move forward with their lives.

Please contact us today for more information