A funeral service is a special time for family and friends to comfort one another, begin to find healing and celebrate a life. Whether you choose burial or cremation, you can hold a gathering to honor your loved one. We are happy to provide a more traditional ceremony or something completely unique. Many religions and cultures have special traditions and we will do our best to accommodate your requests. This is a moment for you and your family, and we are honored to help you in any way that we can.
Just like a funeral service, a memorial service is a time to remember your loved one. This can be held shortly after death or weeks later, with or without your loved one physically present. What’s important is that it creates a time and a place for family and friends to gather together and support one another, share memories and pay their respects. We can hold a memorial service at our funeral home, a church or place of worship, a final resting place, your home, or other venue.
A casket burial is a service with many options you can choose from. We can provide you with a wide range of options to help you make a selection specific to your needs; an open-casket or closed-casket visitation; a funeral service at our funeral home, church, or another location, and a graveside service at a cemetery. Families can choose whether services will be public or private or a combination. It is entirely up to you and your family.
Cremation is a becoming a more common final disposition for many people across the United States and throughout the world. Door County Crematory LLC offers on-site cremation, which assures your loved will remain in our family's care - from Huehns Funeral Home's response to the place of death to the completion of the cremation process at Door County Crematory LLC. Families may choose to have a traditional funeral service prior to cremation or a memorial service (at any time) with or without the urn present. Families may decide to bury cremated remains in an urn and/or urn vault in a cemetery or columbairum, keep cremated remains in an urn at home, or scatter cremated remains (where legally allowed).