Honor & Remember: End of Life Ceremonies
Comforting, honest, moving, respectful. I will work with you to create a ceremony of remembrance that honors your loved one and meets your needs.
Remembering our loved ones well is not only a tribute to the deceased; it strengthens our bonds as family and community. End-of-life ceremonies should uplift and connect us at a time when we may feel profound grief and disconnection, becoming celebrations of life lived.
It’s never too late to commemorate a loved one. When my dad died, there was no funeral. Six months later I organized a backyard ceremony to mark his loss. Ten years later, I wrote the eulogy he’d never had.
Whether an intimate gathering or a large celebration of life ceremony, I will help you select the music, readings, rituals, and stories that reflect the values and personality of your loved one, and weave them into a powerful whole. As a Funeral Celebrant, I officiate memorials, funerals, and celebration of life ceremonies with sensitivity and gentle authority.
Meet the Vendor
As a certified Life-Cycle Celebrant, I create unique, personalized celebrations of life’s milestones that reflect your values and beliefs. Working in close partnership with my clients, I craft and officiate creative life ceremonies from cradle to grave – from weddings and unions, to ceremonies to mark the beginning of life and end of life, and everything in between. The first step is a free, no obligation meeting to see if we’re a good fit.