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Krueger Funeral Home
2619 Brewerton Road
Mattydale, NY US
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The following are just a few suggestions that can help us personalize the funeral for you. You may of course think of several other unique ways to bring out the life of the person who has died into the funeral service. If so, please bring them to our attention and we will make every effort to see to it that your wishes are met. And remember, by having a funeral and reflecting on a life that has been lived, you guarantee that everyone your loved one ever said hello to, will have a chance to say good bye!
Write a letter to the person who has died and express all of the feelings you ever wanted to say, but were afraid to or just never got around to expressing. Seal the letter in an envelope and place it in the casket. Your written thoughts will go with your loved one to his or her final resting place.
Bring in the favorite song of the person who has died on compact disc and we will play it for you during the visitation and/or funeral service. Request from us that helium balloons, doves, or butterflies be ordered to release after the grave site service. Everyone can be given one and some brief words can be said before releasing them in the air.
Bring in photographs spanning the life of the person who has died and we will incorporate them into a memory board to be present at the visitation and funeral service. These can be photos with family, friends at work, fishing or hunting, golfing, knitting, baking, serious and comical. No photo is in bad taste when it depicts the life of the one you are commemorating.
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