Funerals during a pandemic
Virtual funerals are a wonderful option during the pandemic: Our families are relieved that we can stream their loved one’s funeral services or mass.
Though virtual funerals are not the same thing as in-person services, the fact that a family can be there virtually from across the globe is a priceless alternative.
Another option to make a small group of people feel less alone and more loved at a funeral service is our Condolence Flower Program.
Family and friends can call or email their condolences to the funeral home and we will share their words of love by attaching them to a single flower and placing the flower on an empty chair during the service.
The flowers represent to a widow, widower, family or friend that these are all of the people that care about you and wish they could be with you right now.
It is important to me that our funeral home continues to offer ways for families to grieve and mourn collectively even though they are not in the same place at the same time.
Call Donahue Funeral Home today at 215-429-4964 or visit www.donahuefuneral.com for this personalized care in the time of your loss.
The Donahue Funeral Home professionals are honored to help you during this time.
We service Bucks County, Montgomery County, Delaware County, Lehigh and Philadelphia.
We offer an alternative during these difficult economic times to the current and escalating costs of traditional funerals, cremations, memorial services and funerals without ever sacrificing quality and service.