Because serving your family is most important to us, one call to Springer and Son is all that a family has to do. From that point forward, we will insure that all details are addressed in a timely and professional manner, including:

  • Transfer to the funeral home from the place of death, anywhere in the world
  • Obtaining death certificate from doctor or medical examiner, completing vital statistics information and filing with local registrar
  • Coordinating vital statistics and obituary information with family
  • Obtaining other legal authorizations for final disposition
  • Obtaining certified copies of death certificate
  • Professionally licensed personnel on staff to perform technical preparation and / or cremation services at our private crematory
  • On site refrigeration facilities available (precludes unnecessary or undesired embalming)
  • Contacting local and out of town newspapers and coordinating obituary and services information
  • Scheduling of services and visitations; perhaps a reception afterward
  • Professionally licensed personnel to conduct services and visitations
  • Coordinating plans with clergy, Church or Synagogue
  • Coordinating plans with cemetery
  • Notifying Social Security; applying for Veteran’s benefits
  • Professionally licensed funeral directors available 24 hours a day 365 days a year


Springer and Son will help with these and countless other details. Our homelike comfortable facilities are available for visitation and memorial services. And you can always count on our prices to be fair and affordable. Beginning with first notification, Springer and Son will coordinate all the details, and insure that they are carried out to the family’s complete satisfaction

Other at-need Services and Forms

Chaplaincy Services Cremation Authorization Form Vital Statistics Form Obituary Form
Pastoral Care
Grief Counseling
Service Planning
Authorization for
Cremation and
Disposition form
Vital Statistics form
for the completions
of arrangements
Obituary form for
information to submit
to newspapers