Campbell-Ennis-Klotzbach Funeral Home, Inc. and Cattermole-Klotzbach Funeral Home are both family owned and operated funeral homes. The motto of our company is “our family serving your family.”
Today’s times are always changing. This is not an exception with regard to the funeral industry. Personalization and cremation are just two of the many options that are increasing in choice. A very important factor of our funeral homes is our flexibility to meet a family’s wishes. Flexibility with regard to a family’s needs and
No family is the same as another family, and that is why a funeral home must be able to accommodate and adapt to each individual family’s needs and wants. Our funeral home believes that this is based on three small letters: ATD-Attention To Detail.
Funeral Rites and Customs, Traditions and Non-Traditions, Services and Wishes, are all different. Our individual attention to detail is the basis for what allows us to create the meaningful, ever-so-important, dignified funeral service for each family.
Our funeral homes offer traditional and contemporary funeral services as well as cremation services. We specialize in not just At-Need funeral arranging, but in Pre-Planning and After-Funeral Care as well.
Campbell-Ennis-Klotzbach Funeral Home, Inc. and Cattermole-Klotzbach Funeral Home are willing to accommodate any family’s wishes, because our family is here to serve your family.
Traditional funeral services involve the presence of the deceased’s remains. Whether the family chooses to have a viewing or calling time, funeral home or Church service, or graveside services, the family’s wishes are accommodated. Typically, traditional services include a viewing/calling time, followed by the funeral service, then by the committal (graveside) service.
Cremation services offer many options for a family. A family can choose to have a viewing or calling time, with the deceased’s remains present, prior to the cremation. In this case, typically, the viewing is followed by the service and then cremation and/or committal service. Another option is to have the cremation first, following by a calling time, and then the service which is now called a “memorial service.” The committal service is optional, as a family is not required to inter the remains.
No matter what funeral services a family chooses, it is very important for the funeral home to be willing to accommodate a family’s wishes. There are no services that are set in stone, and can always be adapted to meet a family’s needs.