Traditional funeral services, the norm for most, provide a sense of closure to many families. The comfort of seeing a passed loved one at rest is something many families need. But the idea that their friend or family member is being well taken care of after death is often taken for granted.
In some cases, funeral directors are acquaintances – some are even friends – of the people seeking their services. From the hours after death to the traditional viewing to the burial, friends and family feel they are a part of the process. And for many that brings closure.