We’re Here, We’re Open & Caring For Families
This unprecedented time has been heartbreaking in so many ways. Our favorite restaurants, stores, barbershops and bookstores are shutting their doors and we don’t know when — or if — they’ll reopen. But those losses pale in comparison to the grief of those losing a loved one during this crisis.
But for those of you who are depending on our services, we wanted to reassure you that we are here to help.
At Solace Cremation, we feel fortunate to have created a business that can operate completely digitally, safely and remotely, and keep those we serve safe, too.
Our company was created for the convenience of our families, allowing us to continue our work online and by phone, with no need for an in-person meeting. We also return the remains of loved ones by mail or delivery with no additional cost.
We have always been a part of the essential services of a community but now, our role to lend trusted, professional guidance is more vital than ever. We provide services to families because death is an ongoing reality in life and whether there is a pandemic, or not, we are proud to hold the charge of honoring the dead, and those they leave behind.
We always have, and will continue, to remain sensitive to families’ cultural and religious wishes and respect and care for their loved ones no matter what the cause of death.
We also want to take a moment to thank the tireless work of so many during the crisis: the hospice workers, care home employees, doctors, nurses and other hospital staff, first-responders and all of those who continue to care for our community on the “front lines.”
Just as we set out to do when we created our company almost exactly a year ago, we will continue to help you help families at their time of need. We are all in this together and we will do everything we can to be of service.
A note to our readers: This is a dynamic situation that is changing and evolving all of the time. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CDC website.
Photo by Charlie Firth