A Tribute to Veterans
Today is the day we set aside to honor American veterans – those valiant soldiers, sailors, airmen, Marines and Coast Guardsmen of the U.S. Armed Forces – who all share a dedication to the defense of freedom. For generations, veterans have honored us with this sacrifice, and so all of us here at Moloney Family Funeral Homes take our responsibility to honor them in death very seriously. We work hand in hand with their family and friends to create a personalized tribute that celebrates the veteran’s life, passion, and special moments. There are a number of meaningful ways to pay tribute to these heroes, and we offer all of these options here at Moloney Family Funeral Homes.
In addition to military funeral honors, another particularly good way to highlight a veteran’s life is to create a funeral memorial program. As part of this program, you can incorporate pictures of them in uniform as well as information about his or her military experience, including years of active service, tour(s) of duty, and any medals or honors received. Many choose to create a memorial program that provides a look of their friend or family member’s life on a deeper level. If that’s your choice, know you can include a few of your loved one’s favorite stories from their time in active duty. This is a wonderful way to highlight the veteran’s special qualities and the impact he or she had on others.
Receptions are also becoming an increasingly popular choice for all farewells, including for those who served in the military. We have a convenient reception location for those of you in Lake Ronkonkoma, Holbrook, Central Islip, or Port Jefferson Station. We can offer full catering or something simple, and many families choose to offer a favorite food or drink of their loved one. It’s one more way to make the tribute all the more special.
The best gift family and friends can give to a deceased veteran at his or her death is a tribute which truly celebrates who they were as an individual. We can help you create a unique and meaningful service that focuses not on the veteran’s death, but on the honorable life he or she lived.