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Temporary Funeral Guidelines

Over the last couple of weeks, we have been monitoring the COVID- 19 pandemic and seeking guidance from the CDC, National Funeral Directors Association and the Georgia Funeral Directors Association; we have been and will continue to take extra precautions to keep the families we serve safe as well as our staff and the families they go home to each day. As each day passes we are continually seeking ways that we can better serve our community through this time of uncertainty.

On Monday, March 23rd, Governor Brian Kemp issued an executive order that no gatherings of 10 or more people should take place if they cannot be more than 6 ft. apart at all times. Due to this mandate we will temporarily be approaching and working together with families to comply with this order in new ways.

- Funeral arrangements will be conducted over the phone or by video conference. If neither option is available for a family we will discuss further options at that time.

- We will not be scheduling any public visitation or services until these mandates are lifted.

- Private graveside services for immediate family can be scheduled. Immediate family will be defined as spouse, children and grandchildren.

- Any memorial services will be scheduled at a later date.

- We will be offering live streaming of private services at the request of families, for the viewing of other friends and family.

One thing that will never change is the quality of service that you will receive from our staff, during this time or any. We always strive to provide memorable services for your loved ones and provide the upmost care to the families they leave behind. We are so grateful for your understanding and patience as we navigate this new and unique temporary way of serving.

We are keeping all of those diagnosed with this virus and their families in our thoughts and prayers, as well as the critical infrastructure workers (healthcare, funeral professionals, grocery stores, etc.) and their families being affected by this pandemic.