1938 Funeral CoachFor a classic touch, Miller-Carlin has a 1938 Henney Packard Funeral Coach available for use. The coach is one of only three known to exist and is only available at Miller-Carlin.
GolferAfter the death of an avid golfer, the family displayed his clubs next to the casket. He was dressed in his plaid sweater and buried with his favorite putter.
ArtistFor the service of a woman who was an artist, we suggested that the family bring some of her paintings and display them throughout the funeral home.
Car CollectorFor an avid classic car collector, the family had his car be on display in front of the funeral home during the visitation. On the day of the funeral his car was used to lead the procession to the church and cemetery.
Horse LoverAfter the death of an avid horse enthusiast, the family brought in his saddle for the visitation and funeral service and place it on top of the casket instead of flowers.
Bus DriverAll those attending the burial of a retired school bus driver rode together to the cemetary in a school bus behind the hearse.
2011 "Keeping it Personal" award winners from the International Cemetery Cremation and Funeral Association in the category of Best Practice/Personal Touch.
When a Death Occurs...The Miller-Carlin Funeral Homes are there to help. Our warm, compassionate staff will guide you through making all the arrangements.