Very few are capable of being fully prepared for the passing of a loved one; emotions are rampant and the grief process varies person to person. Choices are hard to select, bodies are exhausted, and minds run wild. This is where Richard Wojcik’s funeral chapel is prepared to intercede and help families make final decisions and preparations for their deceased.
Paperwork looms around every corner in the days following a death. Private funeral homes, such as Richard Wojcik’s chapel, ensure a personal approach and assistance in completing all paperwork and forms needed for legal purposes after the passing of a relative or friend. Richard Wojcik’s salaried staff is under no pressure for sales commission, as they assist clients with decisions on the personal touches and details involved in the funeral. While most patrons are aware funeral homes offer burial and memorial services, Wojcik’s chapel also provides: bulletins and remembrance cards, obituaries, catered meals, cremation, clergy, assistance with burial choices and locations, liner and casket choices, floral decoration, donation services for memorial funds, and transportation for both the deceased and family. The team at his chapel provide guided decision making and a supportive atmosphere.
Richard Wojcik’s private funeral home offers planned and pre-purchased funeral services as well. If a death is expected, planning the details of the service, burial, and payment prior death removes some stress for surviving family members after death. This is a delicate and respected situation, and Richard Wojcik’s team are prepared to assist families with this process.
Funeral selections and details are personal choices made by those close to the deceased. Several factors go into a funeral home selection as well as a crematory or grave-site location. Funeral personal as well as clergy assist families with these decisions; oftentimes, plots are chosen based on where another close family member has been buried. In the cases of children passing away, the death can be especially hard as it seems a child has passed too early. Wojcik’s staff is especially keen to the emotions of parents and have experience with adolescent passing. They are understanding that fatigued parents often have difficulty with decisions, need additional time and support in their grief, and that the death may have been unexpected. The staff is personal to each death and respect is of utmost importance.
Embalming is offered by funeral homes but is not required by law in the United States or Canada. Some funeral arrangements are easier to execute with the additional embalming services, such as an open casket. However, all decisions are individual to the family and no family is obligated to purchase.
With over 30 years experience, the Wojcik family consistently provides the best care available and makes each family a top priority. They understand families are under extreme duress and stress, and that those calling a funeral home are possibly in the worst places of their lives, emotionally. His staff are professionals who are stationed in their areas of expertise arriving at work to help clients through their struggling days.