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Helping Families

So many qualities to be remembered. So many memories to celebrate and treasure. You want the monument you choose to truly reflect your loved one for all time.

With a deep understanding of the traditions of your faith and the customs of your community, the Sagel Bloomfield Danzansky Goldberg Funeral Care, Inc. ensures that your needs are always upheld and honored.

What Does a Funeral Home Do?

Depending upon the wishes of the family and their specific needs concerning the death of their loved one, there are many activities our Sagel Bloomfield Danzansky Goldberg Funeral Care, Inc. will take care of, from the time we are first called until the chosen services are concluded. No situation is the same, but the following list is a summary of things a family should know about the services Sagel Bloomfield Danzansky Goldberg Funeral Care, Inc. a funeral home and his staff performs upon a person’s death.

Sagel Bloomfield Danzansky Goldberg Funeral Care, Inc. will. . .

Be on call to serve families when a death occurs, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year

Remove and transfer the deceased from the place of death (home, nursing home, hospital, etc.) to the funeral home; will also transport deceased to and from crematory if necessary

Perform professional care of the deceased, as requested by the family, which may include washing, embalming, restorative art, dressing, casketing, hairdressing, and cosmetology

Arrange a consultation with the family to gather information necessary for completing paperwork (certificate of death, etc.) and to arrange the details of the funeral service.

Formulate, complete and file of all necessary paperwork, including certificates of death, or other permits and authorizations; acquire a requested amount of certified copies of the certificate of death for the family

Compose, with the provided information, an obituary – including service information, biographical information, and survivor information – and send to all newspapers requested by the family.

Offer assistance to the family by contacting the family’s choice of clergy, other officiants, musicians and singers if requested, and will make arrangements with any special groups (military, fraternal, etc.) to be present at/participate in funeral services; will arrange for honorariums to be given to appropriate persons as requested by the family

Contact and arrange necessary details with the cemetery, crematory or other place of disposition, inquiring about fees, regulations, and other requirements prior to funeral services

Help families with questions about veteran’s affairs, social security benefits, insurance claims and other related inquiries

Provide memorial products, which may include a register book, acknowledgement cards, thank-you cards, memorial folders, prayer cards and Memorial Tribute DVDs, as requested by the family

Help families by arranging flowers, framed photos, photo collages and other memorial pieces in chapel during services and/or visitation; insure care of and return to family after the services

Direct the chosen funeral services in a professional manner, from visitation, to funeral service, to processional (if necessary), to disposition of remains (burial, cremation, etc.)

Deliver, at the conclusion of the service, flowers, register book, flower cards, memorial contributions made to the family, photos that were displayed, Memorial Tribute DVD and any other items back to the family

Sagel Bloomfield Danzansky Goldberg Funeral Care, Inc. will assist the family with other arrangements that are needed after the service, including death dates added to existing monuments or purchase of new monuments.

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