Our families are our first priority, before, during, and after your loved one's funeral and life celebration. That's why we continue to communicate regularly with our families and offer several events throughout the year. We love being a part of this community we serve.
Here are some of the events we offer during the year. Check back often to keep up with community gatherings or services.
For the twenty-seventh consecutive year, Cooper Funeral Home presented its special memorial program, A Christmas Keepsake. The program is held the first Sunday in December in the Chapel of Cooper Funeral Home.
Getting through the holiday season is difficult for those suffering grief. The loss is felt most during this traditional time of celebration. By their nature, holidays are nostalgic. Even the happiest of memories are painful when people are grieving. J Cooper says, “We hope this special ceremony offers comfort to the families we’ve served. We want them to know we continue to care about them and the loved ones they’ve lost during the year, as well as the grief they're experiencing.”
This is a wonderful event that helps those grieving the loss of their loved one, during a very emotional time of year.
The Christmas Tree of Remembrance is on display in the foyer of the funeral home during the month of December. Family and friends are invited to come by the funeral home and visit this memorial. The Tree stands with our Candle of Love, celebrating each of the lives, and paying tribute to these, our friends and neighbors, who died this year.
A special Scroll of Honor lists their names in chronological order beginning December 1 of the previous year through November 30 of the current year. The name of each deceased loved one is engraved on a beautiful snowflake ornament. At the conclusion of the program, the ornaments will be presented to the families the funeral home has served during the year.
Call us at (405) 589-2124 to find out additional events we are holding during the year.
The Remembrance Tree includes a Holiday Ornament on the tree for each deceased person and his or her name listed on the scroll to the left.