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Unique Video Tributes

Unique Video Tributes
DVDs Add to the Many Ways
to Personalize a Service

Today many families want to personalize the service in some way when they make plans for the funeral or memorial service. By doing so, they want to create a unique service that reflects their loved ones. Honoring the memory of a loved one is the goal of every funeral service and now there are so many ways to accomplish this.

One of the newest personalization options that Parthemore Funeral Home offers is a DVD presentation that can be shown during the services. For many years, we helped families create photo memory boards for display at the services. The new memorial DVDs provide an even more vibrant tribute

Creating the memorial DVD is simple. Families provide us with 25 of their favorite photos to be included in the tribute along with any favorite poems or documents. Then music, text and visual backgrounds are added to create the full color, multi-media DVD. Not only can the DVD be shown at the service – but copies of the DVD can be made for families and friends to remember their loved one by.

Parthemore Funeral Home also provides other personalization options for services, so that you can create a unique tribute. We encourage families to bring CDs of their favorite music to play during services. Or you may want to consider a butterfly release at the conclusion of a service. Many veterans and members of fraternal organizations have a special honor guard present. Printed memorials are always available for services, as well as live musical performance from a pianist, organist, or even performance on bagpipes. In all of these ways, Parthemore Funeral Home helps you to create the most fitting memorial service.

Digital Memory Board Added to Chapel

In response to requests from families, Parthemore Funeral Home is pleased to announce the addition of a flat screen display monitor in our chapel.

This new digital memory board can be seen throughout the chapel and allows for easy viewing by everyone. It offers clearer, larger images than those displayed on a memory board easel, and is set to music. Additionally, families have the option of including personal sub-titles to enhance the digital presentation.

 

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