What to Expect
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Our visitation rooms have been recently refurnished and carpeted to remain a modern comfortable space for your gathering. Designed to be flexible in their use, our visitation rooms can accommodate everything from a traditional period of visitation - to a more contemporary memorial visitation - to a private family service.
Our funeral home located at 1145 Massachusetts Ave., in Arlington is easily accessible via public transportation. Our private parking lot is convenient and illuminated during the evening hours for safety. We have handicap accessible parking in the front of the building.
Our facility has two separate entrances and exits. This door leads directly to our private well illuminated parking lot. Handicap accessible parking is located at the front entrance of the building.
Just to the left of the main hallway is the water cooler and restrooms. This hallway is a nice area for friends and family to gather during visitations.
Our organ is available for use during funeral home services or visitation hours. If requested we can have an organist or pianist during your service.
Chapel A can be arranged to accommodate a large visitation or a small intimate memorial service.
Just to the left of the main entrance is a small sitting area with a water cooler as well as handicap accessible restrooms.
|Chapel B Hallway|
The hallway connecting Chapel A and B is a quaint sitting area.
|Chapel B Sitting Area|
Chapel B can be utilized as an additional sitting area during visitation, and can also be used as an additional Chapel for services.
Our fireplace is located in Chapel B and is used during the winter months. It provides warmth and ambience.
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