Funeral Services Ormond Beach

There are many things about losing someone we love that seem completely unfair. By far the most difficult, for most of us, is simply saying goodbye. But saying goodbye is also one of the most important parts of grieving.  


One of the best ways to start this part of your grieving process? For many of us, a funeral is step number one. At Woodward Cremation and Funeral Services, it’s our job to help you and your family say goodbye with funeral services in Ormond Beach. Because we understand that every family is different, and any passing is bound to feel profoundly personal. We help out with a variety of funeral services of different sizes, for your unique needs. We help you to finalize the process in a way you feel comfortable, so you get a perfect service.


Death is never easy. But honoring someone after they’ve gone is one of the biggest honors a person can undertake. And it’s our honor to help with that process.

Funeral Services: Ormond Beach

When it comes to funeral services, our family prides itself with being funeral experts and can help answer any questions. We will also be there to guide you through every aspect of planning. 


One of the first things to decide is the type of service you want for your loved one. Sometimes loved ones have preplanned and written down their funeral wishes. Other times the family is planning based on a loved one's wishes. Maybe it’s something in a bigger ceremony, a public viewing with all of their closest friends and relatives around to say goodbye. Maybe they didn’t want anything too big. Whatever your unique situation may be, what’s most important is to have a funeral service you are comfortable with.


But that’s easier said than done, in many cases. Everybody’s unique, after all, and you may need unique services to match that need. That’s why we offer a range of options tailored to you. 

  • Immediate Burial: With an immediate burial, friends and family can have their loved one buried or entombed in a simple process without any sort of public ceremony. Foregoing a gathering makes for a more direct option, and is actually very common in families where death happens unexpectedly. You get the benefit of a burial and a site somewhere you and your loved ones can visit in the future, without having to invest in a full ceremony.

  • Graveside Service: For a graveside service, a family has the opportunity to have a shorter service at the place of burial or entombment. A graveside service can be the only type of funeral service a family selects, or it can follow a traditional funeral service.

  • Visitation or Wake: When you or your family want to pay your last respects in person, a wake or visiting ceremony is the more appropriate option. Family and friends can gather with the deceased in an open or closed casket and say their final goodbyes. Because we understand that expressing your love, regret, and best wishes in a time like this aren’t just good for you, but good for the people around you as well.

    One of the most important parts of the funeral process is giving the family a chance to express mutual sympathy and support. Death is an isolating experience and there’s a tendency to feel like we’re going through it alone. When we show ourselves and each other that we aren’t actually alone, we process death in a healthier way. We come together in solidarity, and that’s what the visitation part of a funeral is all about.

  • Memorial Services: Typically held at the funeral home itself, a memorial service may also be conducted at a church the deceased frequented or even at their family’s home. Woodward Cremation & Funeral Services makes itself flexible for you, so you can choose a location that makes sense to you personally.

    The service consists of a ceremony where you can celebrate and honor the deceased in whatever way is most appropriate for you and them. How it plays out is up to you, and may even benefit from your personal touch.

  • Funeral or chapel services: With this style of ceremony, the gathering itself takes place in the cemetery before the cremation or entombment. So, family and friends can gather at the site where their loved one is about to be buried and say goodbye. Being able to be there, in person, gives the entire process a final note to end on and can help to start a healthy period of mourning for their surviving family.


  • Green Burial: A green burial is a type of burial option that can be an immediate burial, funeral service, graveside service, or any other funeral option. A green burial uses sustainable materials and the burial can even take place at a nature conservatory.


Funeral Services in Ormond Beach with Woodward Funeral Homes

Losing a loved one is one of the most difficult things most of us will ever experience. Unexpected or as a result of illness or old age, it’s the saying goodbye that makes this such a difficult and unwelcome task. At Woodward Cremation & Funeral Services, we’re here to make that task a little easier. 

For professional funeral services in Ormond Beach, contact Woodward Cremation & Funeral Services, today.

Woodward Funeral Homes and Cremation Services Daytona Beach | (386) 253-7601
167 Ridgewood Avenue, Daytona Beach, FL 32117

Woodward Funeral Homes and Cremation Services Ormond Beach | (386) 441-1010
1780 Oceanshore Blvd., Ormond Beach, FL 32176

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