When planning a funeral service in Newark, Delaware, you have many options available to you and we will do all that we can to provide a beautiful and respectful ceremony. No matter your choice, we can offer you a space to join with family and friends in grief, comfort and love. And above all, we will do our utmost to honor your loved one. We will be happy to go over all your options and answer any questions that you may have.
Although some families choose a memorial service, cremation, or celebration of life rather than burial services, there are still many families who prefer the structured ceremonies. Funeral services have been a popular way of honoring the life of the deceased for centuries.
One of our main purposes for a funeral service here at Beeson Funeral Home of Newark is giving your loved one a final tribute they deserve. Contrary to common belief, funeral services are not all the same. They can take on many different formats and styles. We can plan and execute funeral ceremonies that follow very traditional practices to those that take on less formal, more unique styles. We work with you to create the funeral service that best honors your loved one’s life, allows the best way for you to say goodbye, meets your family's specific wishes, and fits within your financial budget.
We have years of experience in this industry, and we take pride in offering families quality and affordable funeral services. We hope to help as many families in need as we can as their Delaware funeral home provider, and we promise to help each, and every family member heal as they embark on their journey with grief.
Before moving forward with planning, it is important to understand the answer to the question, "What is a funeral?". Below, we highlight the history of traditional funeral services as well as the steps in the funeral process.
If you are interested in making funeral arrangements for a loved one, we invite you to contact us to begin.
All we need to do is say the word "funeral" and within microseconds, you have an image in your mind of what a funeral looks like. This mental image comes from many sources: the geographical place, culture, and society in which we live; our faith; our life experience. Obviously then, a funeral service in Newark would look very different from one held in California; there are even significant differences between the funerals held in ethnically and/or geographically diverse regions of North America.
Yet, despite the differences, these funeral services have much in common. We invite you to read further to learn the simple answer to the question "what is a funeral?" Should you have questions about what you read here, we encourage you to contact us. One of our funeral professionals will be delighted to explore the commonalities behind the wide spectrum of funeral ceremonies seen around the world.
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We care for families throughout Newark, Delaware and the surrounding New Castle County communities, Brookside, Christiana, Wilson, Ogletown, New Castle, Bear, Red Lion, Wrangle Hill, Delaware City, St. Georges, Kirkwood, Summit Bridge, Wilmington Manor, State Road, Glasgow, Biddle Corner, and all other surrounding communities.