Services & Facilities
"Traditional Service" is a term used to describe services that include visitation, a funeral ceremony
conducted at the funeral home, church, or other facility, and a committal service in a cemetery or
mausoleum. Your professional funeral director and staff will oversee all the aspects of taking care
of your loved one, acquiring information for the obituary and legal documents, arranging all of the
details of the visitation and service, arranging for the cemetery site preparation, arranging the
schedule with the clergy, distributing flower arrangements after the service, and numerous other details.
They will gladly assist with life insurance claims, social security and railroad retirement notification,
and veterans’ applications.
Variations or modifications of these services will help tailor the service to fit each family’s specific needs.
Services which include cremation are available in many different variations and include, but are not limited, to:
These above services meet the needs of families in most instances and modifications may be made to suit individual needs.
A "Traditional Service" as above with cremation taking place instead of going to the cemetery for burial
after the service. This can include either purchase of a wood casket to be cremated or the use of a rental
casket for the visitation and service.
A "Memorial Service" will provide the same professional attention from the funeral director and staff,
preparation of your loved one for the cremation process, and a memorial service conducted at the funeral
home or another facility with or without the presence of the urn.
A "Graveside Service" provides for the cremation and a graveside service.
What is termed "Direct Cremation" service includes the same professional care and attention to detail
needed for the immediate cremation with no visitation or other services.
The funeral home facilities have had many changes over the years from enclosing the wrap-around
porch for an office by the front door, to adding a southern-style porch and wheel-chair ramp.
Then in 1995, an addition was put on the entire west side to enlarge the viewing rooms and lounge.
For more than 50 years, the building across Harbor Street contained the Monument Shop where monuments
were designed and sandblasted. The building was remodeled in the late 1990’s into the current Family
Center and is now used for funeral lunches, meetings, and small parties.
In 2002, two buildings on Main St. just north of the funeral home were purchased and demolished to
make room for a large garage and parking lot.
In 2008, a room was added on the north end of the funeral home to be used for an arrangement office
at ground level. This allows people with physical problems to fully participate in the complete
arrangement and merchandise selection process in a comfortable setting.
All types of cemetery markers are available through the funeral home from a wide variety of colored
granites in many styles and sizes to bronze memorials. Specialty designs, etching, ceramic photos,
duplication work, and memorial cleaning services are also available.
Bob Marcy’s hobby is his interest in old cars and he has three older funeral vehicles available for use.
They are a 1948 Cadillac hearse, a 1947 Cadillac limo, and a 1953 Cadillac sedan. A horse-drawn hearse
is another option which can be arranged.
The Marcy family has always been pet lovers and understands how they become family members as well.
So it was a natural transition to offer pet cremations, urns, caskets, cemetery markers, and keepsakes to
the public. Thus, Bark-Jen Pet Services, named for two of the Marcy dogs, Jennie and Barkley, evolved in 2002.