Advanced Funeral and Cremation is proud to offer a wide range of funeral services to the Northern Illinois area. With years of experience in the funeral industry, our funeral directors and staff serve the Northern Illinois community with the highest quality and professionalism. We go above and beyond to ease the pain and make this process less stressful for the families, while they are still dealing with grief and the loss of a loved one.
When it comes to planning a funeral for the first time, or anytime really, it can seem a bit overwhelming. There are many things to keep in mind when planning the service, from the obituary all the way to what kind of flowers you want. At Advanced Funeral and Cremation, we’re here for you every step of the way.
The goal of our funeral home is to honor your loved one and give them the ceremony they deserve. Not every funeral is the same as the other and you can still make it unique, even though this is a traditional ceremony. Whether you want a memorial, cremation, or celebration of life, that doesn’t mean you can’t still have a burial or funeral service. Contact us so we can discuss your options and work with you to design a service that meets your needs and fits within your budget.
On this page, you will learn more about the purpose of a funeral service, how a funeral service is structured, as well as the types of funeral, and personalization ideas so you can utilize to customize it and make it even more meaningful for those attending.
If you have any questions about our Lake Villa funeral services, feel free to contact us.
A funeral not only honors a life, it also helps loved ones on their grief journeys. Through adding personal touches, the funeral can both capture a life story and help loved ones honor their memory.
Typically, a funeral includes a visitation, funeral service, burial or cremation, and a post-funeral reception. However, these traditions may vary depending on your religious and personal beliefs, and you can customize your service to create a truly unique funeral experience.
At the visitation, you may view your loved one, express your condolences to the grieving family, view any memorial displays or videos, and sign the funeral register book. The funeral service is typically at a church, funeral home, or another significant location. It may include a eulogy, scripture readings, prayers, memorial songs, and other meaningful tributes.
If you choose to bury your loved one, there also may be a funeral procession to the cemetery. After the burial or cremation, everyone may gather at the service location or another place for a post-funeral reception for a meal and sharing memories of your loved one.
“Funeral service” is a broad term that can be broken down into many different funeral service options:
Simple, yet meaningful details can create a more personalized funeral service for grieving family and friends.
Some funeral personalization ideas include:
At Advanced Funeral and Cremation, we pride ourselves in offering a wide selection of funeral service types. Whether you want a traditional funeral or a more out-of-the-box funeral ceremony, our staff is here to help.