Honoring the life of your loved one speaks directly to the relationship you shared. Loveland Funeral Chapel can help you decide how best to celebrate that relationship and honor the individual you’ve lost. The following are some ideas.
Your treasured family photographs are blended with beautiful images and music to create a moving cinematic video that becomes an integral part of any funeral or memorial gathering. When the service is but a memory, the video becomes a family keepsake. We can make copies as gifts for family and friends. For background choices, click here.
Webcasting is the newest innovation in funeral service, allowing family and friends to join your loved one’s memorial or funeral service from a distance. Streaming video of the service over the Internet is viewed live online, and available to view for an extended time following the service. We can make copies as gifts for family and friends.
“Heartfelt Keepsakes" uses the latest engraving technologies and equipment to turn your personal photograph into a one-of-a-king handcrafted memory. Place a lock of hair, a small portion of cremated remains, or earth from the graveside in keepsake and create a healing, sensory connection to your loved one’s memory to keep at your side forever. Contact Loveland Funeral Chapel for more information.
“Keepsake Pendants” bring memories to an even more personal level by holding a small portion of cremated remains, a lock of hair or dried ceremonial flowers. The pendants enable others to cope more easily, to hold a source of comfort in their hands and to find peace in their hearts. Contact Loveland Funeral Chapel for more information.
“Comfort Cub” by Gund is an irresistibly soft and huggable 14” teddy bear featuring a special chest pocket that holds a 14K gold plated locket that can hold photos, a lock of hair, cremated remains, dried flower petals or earth from a burial site. The locket can be engraved with a name or personal message. Comfort Cub consoles and soothes after the loss of a loved one. Contact Loveland Funeral Chapel for more information.
“Thumbies” are three dimensional fingerprint keepsakes created from two dimensional ink prints, to remember the physical connections when time and distance, even death, separate us from the people we love. Contact Loveland Funeral Chapel for more information.
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