Funeral Home and Cremation Services Provided to Prairieville, Louisiana

Wilson Wooddale Funeral Home is announcing that it is now providing cremation services in Shreveport, Louisiana. As a full-service funeral home, they can attend to every family's needs

Baton Rouge, United States - October 10, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Wilson Wooddale Funeral Home is announcing that it is now providing cremation services in Prairieville, Louisiana. As a full-service funeral home, Wilson Wooddale Funeral Home can attend to every family’s needs, doing so with the understanding that every family has different beliefs and traditions.

Wilson Wooddale Funeral Home has been serving the needs of grieving families for years. The staff understands that a funeral represents a purposeful opportunity to reflect on the meaning of a life lived and the impact of that life for family and friends. Participation in the planning of the funeral service helps create a meaningful experience for everyone. It is the goal of Wilson Wooddale Funeral Home to help people complete the relationship with the one who has died and to provide an atmosphere encouraging each person to give and receive emotional support.

To this end, Wilson Wooddale Funeral Home offers a wide array of services from planning to interment. They offer more traditional complete funeral services that include a viewing, ceremony, or graveside service, followed by the burial. They also provide a complete cremation service which is like the complete funeral service except for cremation. Following the viewing, service or ceremony, and eventual cremation, the cremated remains can be buried, properly scattered, or returned to the family in an urn for safekeeping. Also, an immediate cremation service can be arranged. Often, a memorial service at the church, funeral home, or other location follows the cremation. Having some type of service or ceremony is a key ingredient to a healthy emotional recovery following a loss.

At Wilson Wooddale Funeral Home, families are encouraged to create very individualized services. By offering services and memorialization features that are personal and special, a unique life can be remembered and honored in a way that is comforting to family and friends. Supervision of the funeral or memorial service includes all necessary arrangements for transportation, funeral service, and burial if the deceased is to be sent to a distant location.

In a moving review of Wilson Wooddale Funeral Home, Lisa Kay Turner wrote, “Lisa Kay Turner wrote, ” Wilson-Wooddale Funeral Home handled the services for brother Anthony J. Turner (Tony). Was very pleased with the staff; very professional and helpful during this difficult time. The Turner family would recommend them to anyone in need ! Thanks again for everything! Blessings”

For years, Wilson Wooddale Funeral Home has been offering compassionate services to families seeking professional and caring assistance. The staff proudly provides the families of the Shreveport community and surrounding areas with the very best in personal and professional funeral services. As a full-service funeral home, Wilson Wooddale Funeral Home can attend to every family’s needs, doing so with the understanding that every family has different beliefs.

Wilson-Wooddale Funeral Home offers exceptional, compassionate, and dignified care to families in their time of grief. Their licensed, professional staff serves families from all faiths, nationalities and backgrounds. The funeral home serves the following locations in Louisiana: Baton Rouge, Baker, Zachary, Port Allen, Gonzales, Denham Springs, New Orleans, Brusly, Plaquemine, and New Roads.

Contact Info:
Name: Kay Stewart
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Organization: Wilson Wooddale Funeral Home
Address: 1553 Wooddale Blvd Baton Rouge, LA 70806, Baton Rouge, LA 70806, United States
Phone: +1-225-927-1640
Website: https://www.wilsonwooddalefh.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88927211

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