There’s never a good time to lose a loved one, but now can seem even harder than ever. Perhaps your loved one was hospitalized, and you couldn’t visit because of restrictions around the current virus pandemic. Maye your loved one was in a nursing home and you could only visit them through the phone or through their window’s glass and now, they’re gone. And once they passed on, you have to deal with cremation services in Monroe, NC. You want to honor their memory, but how can you do that when your loved one’s can’t even gather together? Here are some options to consider:
There are online meeting options through Zoom, Facebook, Skype, and other outlets that allow you to see and speak with loved ones. You can have your immediate family with you and others via online outlets to talk together and have some kind of a memorial service. They can be a part of the proceedings as much as possible and everyone is together in spirit.
Livestream The Service
While no one can travel right now and groups are limited to 10 or less, you can have the service you want to have for your love done with just a few close family members present. You can stream that service live so that anyone else who wants to join you and your family in support and in honoring your loved one, can. The service can be watched right away, or it can be recorded for people to watch later.
Taping The Service
If livestreaming isn’t an option or if you don’t want to go with that choice, you can also tape, either audio or video, the service and then distribute it to your family members who might want to participate and view what you did for your loved one.
Distribute The Service
If there aren’t online options that you can work with or if your family wants another choice, you could choose a time and date, and everyone can do their own memorial service in their own house to honor your loved one. You can distribute the service outline, like certain readings to do or certain hymns to sing and everyone can do about the same thing. Everyone is able to honor that person, even if you can’t all be together.
One of the great things about cremation services in Monroe, NC is that you can do whatever you want with the memorial services. Whether you decide to move forward with something virtual right away, or if you want to wait until things clear up and you are able to gather with your family, with this option, you can. The professionals at Heritage Funeral and Cremation Services will help you go through the choices and decide on just the right option for your family. No matter what you decide, we will support you and help you figure out the details. We want you to be able to honor your loved one, even during this troubled time in our nation and in the world.