Ordering flowers from our site ensures that your order will reach us or the family in a timely manner, and your gesture of support will remain acknowledged in the Book of Memories for future generations. We only work with local florists so we can maintain the sense of urgency and quality of your selections. We thank you for helping to support the family during their time of need, and will fondly remember your kind gesture.
A gift to your family, sparing them hard decisions at an emotional time.
When attending a funeral where there will be a procession to a cemetery or church, we will always have a staff member available to help you park.
If the funeral is at our Funeral Home: Please look for the staff member on Main Street in front of the Funeral Home, Church or on the corner at Rosana Street.
If the funeral is at a church or other facility: Please look for our staff in front of the facility or at it's parking lot.
Funeral Procession Law
Highlights of Pennsylvania's Funeral Processional Law:
1. The driver of a vehicle that is being driven in a funeral procession may proceed past a red signal indication if the lead vehicle started through the intersection while the light was green. In the case of a stop sign, the lead vehicle must first come to a complete stop before proceeding through the intersection.
2. The privileges above apply only if each vehicle in the procession displays lighted head lamps and emergency flashers and bears a flag or other insignia designating it as part of a funeral procession.
3. The law does not relieve the drivers in a procession from driving with due regard for the safety of all persons or from yielding the right-of-way to an emergency vehicle making use of audible or visual signals.
4. The law authorizes an agent or employee of the funeral director to direct, control or regulate traffic during a funeral.
5. Funeral processions shall not be interrupted by any vehicle other than an emergency vehicle. Processions are exempt from the requirement of allowing space between vehicles to enabled others to merge with the procession (also with the exception of emergency vehicles).
52 Weeks of Support
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