In addition to the types of services that we offer, Lakeview Funeral Home has a showroom of merchandise to compliment the services chosen in “honoring the life” of a loved one. Some of the important items that we offer for your convenience include:
  • Caskets: We offer a wide-range of choices in caskets for you to choose from. Only the finest in manufacturers are represented by Lakeview Funeral Home. Caskets are made of wood, bronze, copper, stainless steel and various gauges of steel. Hardwood caskets are the choice of families who appreciate the qualities of natural wood. Hardwood caskets are available in a variety of wood species, including Mahogany, Walnut, Cherry, Maple, Oak, Poplar, and Pine.

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resistant to the entrance of air and water, bronze and copper caskets combine lasting protection and beauty. Many choose bronze because it is superior to all other casket materials in strength and durability. However, both bronze and copper are completely safe from rust.

Steel caskets came about when demand for a protective casket that would completely resist the entrance of air and water. Steel caskets provide affordable protection, exceptional beauty, and quality. Chromium and nickel stainless steel caskets offer a material naturally corrosion resistant.
  • Vaults: Cemeteries require the use of an outer burial receptacle designed to receive the casket and capable of withstanding the weight and pressures of the earth above and around it. The burial vault is a sealed outer burial receptacle which protects the casket against moisture, the weight of the earth, and the elements, in a subsoil situation. We offer a choice in the construction and design of vaults available for housing the casket that you have chosen for interment.
  • UrnsUrns: There are a variety of options for the final disposition of cremated remains. Urns may be placed in a niche at a columbarium. A columbarium is a structure or room designed to be a permanent resting place for cremated remains. Families may elect to bury the urn in an existing grave. In some cases the urn may be kept in another place of personal significance, such as the home. We are able to offer a wide-range of urns for the cremated remains of your loved one.