Its been a while since we posted on our GARY MEMORIAL CHAPEL’s blog. We have been busy doing some updates to our website and of course we are continuing to serve the families who have entrusted their loved ones in our care.
One thing that has not changed is that we still offer professional services with affordable prices. We offer our services at GARY MEMORIAL CHAPEL with outstanding class and dignity. Visit us a www.garymemorialchapel.com for more details about who we are and how we can assist your family with at need or preneed wishes.
We wanted to share with you an exciting new leadership position one of our funeral directors has taken on. Attached is a recent intro video blog done by our Funeral Director Lori Diaz. We are proud of her accomplishments and look forward to her monthly video blogs with Funeral Divas www.funeraldivas.com. Lori will be sharing a video blog at least twice a month. We know you will find these tips helpful and insightful.
Take care and remember that in order to “Celebrate a Life Well Lived” you need to utilize a funeral home where they believe EVERY LIFE deserves to be celebrated and honored! WE ARE THAT CHOICE!
GARY MEMORIAL CHAPEL
867 S. James Rd.
We, at Diehl-Whittaker Funeral Service know all too well about reputation and character. This is the foundation and core of our existence. We believe that we represent our establishment in everything we do. Some view being a Funeral Director as simply a “profession”. We (the Funeral Directors at Diehl-Whittaker view being a Funeral Director as a “calling.” The difference in views indicates that we realize that someone is always watching and that you must always exhibit the highest level of integrity, honor and dignity even when you aren’t directly servicing a family.
This article written below by Toby Sutton, reminds us all too often of those who do not take this “calling” to heart and thus giving the funeral industry a bad reputation. Rest assured that at Diehl-Whittaker Funeral Service, we will continue to provide the community and those we serve with the utmost respect “on or off duty.” ~ Lori
Below is the article that was referenced in this blog
Funeral Industry – You Are ALWAYS a funeral director. Sometimes, we forget that we cannot leave our profession at the door. When the day ends, and we are ready to go out and have a good time, we must always remember that people from our home towns are always going to view us as the town mortician.
via You Are ALWAYS a Funeral Director – Toby Sutton.