You Never Forget Your First… Funeral Service with Military Honors

It’s a Funeral Directors’ job to let guests know where everything in the building is.

Come on in sir, or ma’am. From the guest registry, prayer cards, and bathrooms, to the family and other guests, the deceased (if they are laid out in a casket), and even the snacks or food. Perhaps you’d like to have us hang your coat for you? Maybe you’re wondering when the funeral service time is, or where the best seats are.

After being scared straight for a few hours, it was time to watch the Mass of Christian of Burial (Catholic Funeral Service).

Usually, Masses are about an hour, so after witnessing all that went on (another Atomic Essay for another night), it was time for Military Honors.



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Noah Watry

Noah Watry


Licensed Funeral Director, Embalmer, Life Insurance Agent, and FSA. I write about life, death, and everything in between. Books available here: