The Ashton Family believes that every funeral should be a unique expression and tribute to a loved one. That is why we assist families in making arrangements that fit their needs and make this difficult period meaningful and affordable. Whether your choice is burial or cremation, a traditional or contemporary service, you will have our full support before, during and after the funeral.
We can help with questions about death benefits, questions about grief and bereavement, and referrals to grief counselors or support groups.
During the years following the death of your loved one, we offer opportunities for remembrance through a Community Service of Remembrance during the holidays. In the spring we dedicate a tree as a living memorial.
The Ashton family honors and serves families of all beliefs, cultures and backgrounds. Over the years, we have had occasion to become knowledgeable of the customs and rituals of Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, Orthodox, Asian, Hispanic, Hindu, Islam, and many other religious and regional cultures. We are well versed in the rituals of fraternal or military groups such as Masons or veterans organizations, and can incorporate specific rituals or cultural elements into both funeral and cemetery services. The Ashton family is dedicated to serving all families with dignity and respect.