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Lemley Funeral Service
P.O. Box 126, 1401 N. Church Street
Atkins, AR 72823
Lemley Funeral Service
P.O. Box 126
1401 N. Church Street
Atkins, AR US
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A funeral is so much more than a way to say goodbye; it's an opportunity to celebrate the life of someone special.
Today, a funeral can be as unique as the individual who is being honored. From simple touches like displaying personal photographs to events created around a favorite pastime, funerals can reflect any aspect of a person's life and personality.
Following are questions you can use to help you decide how to personalize a service:
For additional ideas on personalizing a funeral, please contact your funeral director.What did the person like to do?
By adding these or other personal touches to a funeral, the service becomes a reflection of the person's life and personality.
What was the person like as an individual?
One way to enhance a funeral is by bringing a piece of the person's personality to life. Consider what made that person special, what made them who they were? Then find ways to link their individuality to traditional aspects of a funeral service.
As an example, an avid cowboy or cowgirl may want to ride of into the sunset one last time. Tasteful ways to honor their wish include:
Other themes you may want to consider:
Many people take great pride in their career. Perhaps they dedicated a
lifetime to a profession that transformed into more than just a job. If
this holds true for your loved one, you may want to consider ways to
include their professional life into their funeral service.
Following are two examples of how you could incorporate a profession into a service:
For a teacher:
Through organized religion or personal beliefs, most people have some
sense of spirituality in their life. Often those values are from the
very core of who the person was in life. Therefore, you may feel it is
important to incorporate the individual's sense of spirituality into
their funeral service.
Following are ideas on how to incorporate spirituality into a funeral service:
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