The caring memorial service directors at Patterson-Sorrells Funeral Home provide customized funeral services designed to meet the needs of every family. Trust is their top concern and so they specialize in tradition funerals, basic cremation, grief support, urn selection, and military funeral service services which includes offering veteran burial flags. The memorial director will guide you through all facets of the service; including memorial flowers, casket choices, appropriate music selection, and local accommodations. The professional, devoted staff can help you in making funeral service service arrangements, funeral planning, and talk you through cremation options.
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Should you be interested in preplanning your funeral service, you can be sure your legacy will be protected and that you can have peace of mind. This location has proudly served the neighborhood with exceptional care for years and definitely will help guide your household through burial etiquette, modify your memorial, funeral costs, directions to cemeteries, guestbook, online obituary creation, and telling your life story.
Found in Enterprise, Alabama and 2.5 miles from down-town Enterprise, this business is within Coffee County and assists the surrounding neighborhoods of: Eprise, Clayhatchee, Battens Crossroads, Coffee Spgs, Waterford, Victoria, Chestnut Grove, Highbluff, Eunola, Bertha, Kelly Springs, Grimes, Rehobeth, Hodgesville, Taylor, Kinsey, and Blue Springs.
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