Life Celebrated

Celebrant Services

Choosing a Certified Life Celebrant has become a popular choice after the death of a loved one.  Families find they are faced with the decision of how to honor and celebrate their life. Celebrants will meet with loved ones in the days prior to a service and listen to stories and interests. Then they create a personalized service based on the individual and their beliefs.

Cynthia
Stotlar-Hedberg

Certified Celebrant
cynthiastotlar@gmail.com
(785) 806-3128

Toni Boyles


Certified Celebrant
tonilboyles@gmail.com
(785) 845-8325

Cynthia
Stotlar-Hedberg

Certified Celebrant
cynthiastotlar@gmail.com
(785) 806-3128

Toni Boyles


Certified Celebrant
tonilboyles@gmail.com
(785) 845-8325

Together we can create a beautiful ceremony that celebrates the life,
rather than mourns the death.

Lifecasting

Lifecasting is the process of creating a three-dimensional copy of a living human body part through the use of molding and casting techniques. In some case lifecasting is also practiced on pets. Compared with other three-dimensional representations of humans, the standout feature of lifecasts is their high level of realism and detail. Lifecasts can replicate details as small as fingerprints and pores.  

Tracey Rickabaugh


Lifecasting
jrickabaugh@cox.net
(785) 862-3528

It can take much longer to find a place of adjustment and healthy grieving when those needs are ignored and avoided. It’s not about the cost or the flowers or the casket or urn.  It’s about the healing power of speaking and embracing and acknowledging. So, call it a tribute, a gathering, a memorial, a funeral–please just have one.  It’s important to you, your health, your family and your community to carve out that sacred and special time to remember.

— Glenda Stansbury

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