Heritage Funeral Home In Ft. Oglethorpe Finds Unique Way For Friends, Family To Send The Love

Saturday, March 28, 2020
Messages of Love at Heritage Funeral Home in Ft. Oglethorpe
Messages of Love at Heritage Funeral Home in Ft. Oglethorpe

Heritage Funeral Home in Ft. Oglethorpe has a unique way for families who are suffering the loss of loved ones during the cornonavirus pandemic. Because of public assembly restrictions, it is difficult to not have friends and family present for services.

For those unable to attend private services for family or friends, they may email Heritage Funeral Home & Crematory Battlefield Parkway with their name and a Message of Love.

The funeral home said they want the immediate family to experience a chapel full of love and support.

Each message will be printed and displayed to remind families that although their family and friends are unable to attend the service, they are with the family in thought.

The email address to send Messages of Love is wecare@heritagebattlefield.com.



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