Cards of Comfort and TribuCast Remote Attendance System

During this difficult time we find our world in, Cedar Memorial continues to be dedicated to providing meaningful and celebratory events of a life that has been lived. The impacts of COVID-19 have reduced the ability for attendance at these events, but we have implemented solutions to allow the community to connect and be part of honoring a loved one and provide comfort to the grieving.

 

Cards of Comfort

This exclusive program offers a simple way for the community to share support with the family of the deceased.  For every family that we are honored to serve, that selects to have their loved one’s obituary placed on our website, Cedar Memorial will provide personalized cards with the messages and memories that are placed by those that visit the obituary page. 

These cards are a symbol of the support that surrounds those who grieve at a time when physical presence is limited.

Click here to view our Obituary page.

 

TribuCast Remote Attendance System

Cedar Memorial has partnered with TribuCast to offer not just a streaming service, but a unique online experience that connects loved ones in times of grief when we need to support one another.

For those who select to have a private memorial service or gathering at our Chapel of Memories, all families are offered this service at no additional cost during this time. The footage of the service can be viewed live or at a later date.

TribuCast is a personal website for each life that is honored, that brings people together through customization of images of the deceased and information reflecting the loved one’s passions in life and interactive touchpoints for those that cannot attend in person.  It is fully accessible from a smartphone, tablet device or iPad, or a computer that has internet access.

As we continue to navigate this situation we are committed to working together with our community to serve with compassion and genuine care, just as we have for over 90 years.

The greatness of a community

 

 

 

 

 

 

– Coretta Scott King