What Makes Us Unique
We specialize in providing first-class services and compassionate care to our families.
Our beautiful facility is designed to provide a sense of warmth, peace, serenity, and closer. With today’s technology, there is no reason why a person should not be able to witness final respects. R Bernard Funeral Services offer friends and family who, for one reason or another are unable to attend, the ability to virtually participate in the funeral service. If you and your family elect to have the service webcast, details will be provided at the arrangement conference and you can decide if having the funeral webcast is a good choice for you. Families will have to give written permission to have any portion of the funeral service transmitted on the Internet.
R Bernard Funeral Services offers cremation services. Once your loved-one is entrusted into our care, they are treated with the utmost respect and dignity. You can have a peace of mind knowing that when the cremation process is complete, the cremated remains are those of your loved one. Cremation Viewing Room - Coming Soon
Our caring professionals will listen, suggest, organize, and carry out ceremonies that are comforting and full of meaning. You’ve listened well-so when it comes time for your final goodbyes we at R Bernard Funeral
Services ensure you leave well.
Inviting Reception Centers
Our warm, inviting, reception center has been the string for countless gatherings where friends and family have laughed, cried, reminisced, and started the healing process together. We also offer customized catering services for any size group, from simple deli delights to elaborate Italian
Nothing perks you up like a hot cup of coffee. We serve Starbucks Coffee along with freshly baked goods.
We have carefully chosen each member of our staff to ensure that our families receive the utmost professional, compassionate care
You will have the convenience of using our drive-thru viewing option to be able to view your loved one. The drive thru-viewing will not replace the traditional service. There’s also a registry book to sign outside, and a memorial box for anyone who wants to drop off a sympathy card, so the family knows that you paid your respects. Families will have to give written permission.