Currently licensed and in good standing in the states of New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. Mikal’s Funeral Parlor provide a range of essential and compassionate support to individuals and families during times of loss and grief. These services are designed to honor the life of the deceased, provide comfort to the bereaved, and facilitate the mourning process.
When arranging a funeral service in Atlantic City, families typically work closely with funeral homes or directors who specialize in these arrangements. These professionals assist with various aspects of the funeral planning, ensuring that all necessary arrangements are made smoothly and with sensitivity.
Consultation and Arrangements
Our Funeral directors meet with the family to discuss their preferences and gather information about the deceased. They help plan the funeral, including selecting a suitable venue, determining the type of service, and organizing any specific requests.
Venue and Facilities
Mikal’s Funeral Parlor offers a variety of venues for funeral services, including funeral homes, churches, chapels, and other locations. Funeral directors assist in securing the desired venue and ensuring it meets the family’s needs.
We provide transportation services, including the transfer of the deceased from the place of death to our facilities. We also arrange for the transportation of family members and guests if needed.
Viewing and Visitation
Families may choose to have a viewing or visitation before the funeral service. This allows mourners to pay their respects, offer condolences, and share memories of the deceased. Funeral directors can help organize and facilitate these gatherings.
How to Honor a Life
The funeral service itself can take various forms depending on the family’s preferences and cultural or religious traditions. It may include prayers, readings, eulogies, music, and other personalized elements. Funeral directors coordinate the logistics of the service and ensure that it runs smoothly.
- Funeral Planning
- Funeral Services to All Faiths
- International & Domestic Transport of Human Remains
- Document Processing, Resource Direction, Notary Public
- Public Education about the Funeral Industry
It is the customary way to recognize death and its finality. Funerals are recognized rituals for the living to show respect for the dead and to help survivors begin the grief process.
Funeral directors are caregivers and administrators. They make the arrangements for transportation of the body, complete all necessary paperwork, and implement the choices made by the family regarding the funeral and final disposition of the body. Funeral directors are listeners, advisors and supporters. They have experience assisting the bereaved in coping with death. Funeral directors are trained to answer questions about grief, recognize when a person is having difficulty coping, and recommend sources of professional help. Funeral directors also link survivors with support groups at the funeral home or in the community.
Pre-arranging is a way of making informed decisions ahead of time instead of hasty, emotional choices often made at the time of need. Your true wishes about your funeral can be expressed and made with your family and friends. Pre-arranging your funeral also spares your family difficult decisions at a difficult time by eliminating doubt about what you wanted for your funeral. There is also a wide variety of funding options including life insurance, designed to make pre-payment simple and easy. By choosing to pre-fund your funeral, it is guaranteed at today’s prices without the risk of inflation.