Michael and Tara Hale
To The Families of DeKalb County and Surrounding Communities;
DeKalb Funeral Chapels has always taken pride in our role as your trusted funeral and cremation provider in DeKalb County. In the 21 years we have served this community, it has been our honor to stand beside our neighbors through some of their hardest days.
We are proudly committed to serving you in every way we can, and we promise to continue every service we offer to the greatest extent allowed during the COVID-19 outbreak.
As we work through stage of the State of Tennessee reopening plan with the safety of our community, client families, our staff members and their families in mind, we want to provide this set of provisional guidelines for funeral and memorial services at DeKalb Funeral Chapel. As per CDC guidelines, facemasks and social distancing are encouraged.
• Kitchen will remain closed until further notice. NO FOOD or DRINKS ALLOWED in the funeral home.
• Chapel maximum group size = 100-125 people, with every other pew closed to honor social distancing.
• Graveside services have no size restrictions if social distancing guidelines are observed.
If you have any questions about how best to navigate a loss or make decisions in the current situation, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 615-597-9400.
We are continually sanitizing our facilities and making every effort to keep the virus from spreading. We hope that you will trust us to do our service for you and your families as we have done for 21 years. As we have said, "A life beautifully lived, deserves to be beautifully remembered," and we will see that is done for each family. May God bless and protect each of us during this time of crisis.
"Our Family Caring For Your Family"
Mike, Tara and Staff
Following is an update as of OCTOBER 25, 2020: Due to the continued Social Distancing Guidelines and health concerns, we are continuing with the above mentioned Guidelines and Services for the current time and we will continue to monitor the situation. Recently there have been an increase in cases so we feel for the safety of every family that we serve this is for the best interest of everyone. We continue to ask that you exercise social distancing as much as possible. It is our sincere prayer that God protects each and every one and keeps His hand upon our community. Thank you for your understanding as we continue to work through this pandemic.
There is no gift more precious, no loss more difficult, than that of a loved one. Being family owned, we take special pride in meeting each and every need you may face during this most difficult time. We believe our services at DeKalb Funeral Chapel are a Christian ministry and want to serve each family the same, regardless of financial circumstances, nationality or religious affiliations.
Our goal and mission is to provide you with the highest level of service, while maintaining the honesty, integrity and professionalism that you have come to expect from us. We realize that each family's needs are different, and we are dedicated to respecting your choices, listening to you and answering your questions with sensitivity. Carrying out your family's wishes and paying attention to every detail are the best ways we know to make you feel that you have received the finest services available.
Whether you prefer traditional burial or cremation services, the knowledgeable and dedicated professionals at DeKalb Funeral Chapel will carefully attend to your wishes and carry them out, seeing to all necessary details. Our family and staff relieve you of many demanding but necessary chores during your time of grief and strive to provide you with lasting comfort through a meaning, memorable experience.
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