We offer you a wide variety of options to help in personalizing each service. The options shown below are just a small subset of the products we carry. We believe that it is crucial to provide as much variety as possible to cover all styles, origins, and price ranges and ensure that the families that we work with are as pleased as possible during their difficult times.
Casket and Urn Selection
Most families select caskets or urns for their beauty and finish. But there are details in design, construction, and finish that enhance the display in an attractive and dignified manner. Here is a selection of just some of our most popular styles. Our available selection is much more broad than what is shown here, so please contact us if you would like to explore the options that we have available.
Markers / Headstones
The permanent marker is the most visual part of a loved ones grave site. It is also one of the most customization items with almost limitless options for customization. We offer a wide selection of markers to allow you to give it a personal touch, as well offer assistance in having markers customized to be come one-of-a-kind items that will be unique to your loved one. The options shown here are just a small subset of markers we have done in the past.
At the Miller-Carlin Funeral Home, we believe that it is important that funeral services represent the lives and interests of those that have passed. We make a strong effort to assist families in any way possible when it comes to customizing a funeral services. These are a just a couple of our favorite customized services.
1938 Funeral Coach
For a classic touch, Miller-Carlin has a 1938 Henney Packard Funeral Coach available for use. The coach is one of only three known to exist and is only available at Miller-Carlin.
After the death of an avid golfer, the family displayed his clubs next to the casket. He was dressed in his plaid sweater and buried with his favorite putter.
For the service of a woman who was an artist, we suggested that the family bring some of her paintings and display them throughout the funeral home.
For an avid classic car collector, the family had his car be on display in front of the funeral home during the visitation. On the day of the funeral his car was used to lead the procession to the church and cemetery.
After the death of an avid horse enthusiast, the family brought in his saddle for the visitation and funeral service and place it on top of the casket instead of flowers.
All those attending the burial of a retired school bus driver rode together to the cemetery in a school bus behind the hearse.