The Lyken Funeral Home, conveniently located in the Funeral & Memorial Center at Norton Street offers a wide assortment of burial needs and other unique items especially designed for funeral and cemetery use
We offer package pricing for services ranging from a simple burial service to complete use of facilities and staff services for visitation, viewing or gathering at our funeral/cemetery facility.
All of our Lyken Memorial Funeral Plans include the professional service items associated with a traditional funeral including services of funeral director and staff, transfer of deceased from place of death to funeral home, embalming and other preparation, use of facilities and staff for visitation, coordination and directing funeral services at your church or in our chapel, cemetery committal service, use of hearse, family car, one man-band and flower services.
Our professional service charge includes: twenty-four hour availability; consultation with family; preparation and filing of authorizations, certificates and permits; placement of obituary notices; and a proportionate share of our overhead costs. The fee for our basic services and overhead will be added to the total cost of the funeral arrangements you select.
Services of Funeral Director & Staff
We believe our role is to help you through one of the most difficult times in a person's life by providing information and guidance, with warmth, respect and compassion. From our professional funeral staff to our cemetery directors and our family and grief service directors; our staff honors the trust and confidence you place in us. We will be there to assist your family with all their needs whenever needed, 24 hours a day.
Embalming is a chemical process which provides temporary preservation of the body and eliminates health hazards. A person licensed by this state must perform this procedure. Except in certain special cases, embalming is not required by law. Embalming may be necessary, however, if you select certain funeral arrangements, such as a funeral with viewing. If you do not want embalming, you usually have the right to choose an arrangement that does not require you to pay for it, such as direct cremation or immediate burial.
Other Preparation of the Body
Includes the following services as needed: washing, disinfecting, dressing, cosmetology, restorative art, hairdressing and casketing.
Use of Facilities
Includes use and setup of visitation area or chapel; display of flowers; and professional staff attendance and supervision.
- Funeral Ceremony in Our Chapel
Use of Equipment
Includes coordinating and directing the service; and professional staff attendance and supervision.
- Funeral Service at Church
- Cemetery Committal Service
- Graveside Service
- Refrigeration (for unembalmed remains)
- Cemetery Lowering Device & Grass
- Tent for Cemetery Service
- Transfer of Remains to Funeral Home
- Car for Family
- Escort/Pall Bearer Car