Monday, January 27, 2014
Friday, January 24, 2014
YOU EASE THE BURDEN ON YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS.
AND YOU TAKE CONTROL OF HOW YOU WANT TO BE REMEMBERED.
Tuesday, January 21, 2014
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Friday, January 17, 2014
Tuesday, January 14, 2014
The Annual Tree of Memories Remembrance Service was held at Bryan-Braker Funeral Home in Fairfield. This year Pastor Todd Bertani, from St.Marks Lutheran Church, joined Bryan-Braker Funeral Home in remembering all of the loved ones who passed away, and to offer support to families during the holiday season. A candle light service was held to remember all loved ones. Bryan-Braker’s remembrance service includes holiday music, the names of the loved ones who passed away being read aloud while a family member received a memorable ornament.
The Tree of Memories Service provides an opportunity for families and friends who have recently lost a loved one to share their experiences with others who are grieving during the holiday season.
For further information please contact Bryan-Braker Funeral Home at (707) 425-4697, email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday, January 11, 2014
Fairfield - Bryan-Braker adapts to the needs of the families they serve. While providing funeral, cemetery and cremation services to local families for over 50 years there have been some changes.
Bryan-Braker realizes the value of personalization and its value to the families we serve. Celebrating a life lived through gatherings that allow more family participation and stories about how we remember our loved one are much more common today. Families are encouraged to bring in photographs of different times in their lives, doing what they loved to do for hobbies, fun, traveling, or being with family and friends. The photographs help to create a fuller picture of the person’s life. The times that made us laugh and times that made a difference in other people’s lives. From customized memorial folders to video tributes, we want to create a memorable service for everyone. This personalization will have them talking, laughing, crying and sharing memories. Helping families gather these life mementos, photos, memories, and to plan the gathering or celebration of one’s life is what we do at Bryan-Braker.
To help deliver this service we have invested in state of the art audio/visual equipment and have well trained staff that can scan a box of photo memories and turn them into a 6 to 10 minute video production that is a beautiful mosaic of the person’s life. This production would be accompanied by music and is a beautiful tribute to a life lived. Additional copies of the production can be given to family and friends. Also, we can create slideshows that can be continually shown on wall mounted LCD screens throughout the lobby areas during the visitations.
By staying up to date on technology, we have yet another tool for us to use to meet the needs of today’s families. We know that you only get to plan the service once and whether the family chooses a small or a grand send off, Bryan-Braker can help with all the details with special care of your loved one, assisting with hotel rooms for out of town guests, to the reception planning after the service.
Another trend is, more and more families are choosing cremation and we have our own crematory at our cemetery Fairmont Memorial Park and this is comforting to families knowing their loved one never leaves our care.
I often hear people say ….“There is nothing new in funeral service.” But that is only true if you’re not open to new ideas. We will always strive to be the best funeral service provider by having the best funeral directors and the necessary technology to meet the needs of the families we are privileged to serve.
Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Bryan-Braker Funeral Home has been providing the families that they serve with options of custom printed books and programs, DVD video tributes, and slideshows on multiple screens in their chapel. Over the past years, families have been asking for a way that far away family members can view the services as well via the internet, so Bryan-Braker has setup webcasting in their chapels.
Too often the only way distant friends and family can remember a loved one is by a phone call, sending a card or flowers along with heartfelt sympathy and remembrances. These gestures can never replace actual participation in celebrating the life of someone close. Bryan-Braker Funeral Home introduced Memorial Webcasting in the Bryan-Braker’s Chapel in Fairfield and Vacaville. Webcasting enables family and friends to remember the life of a loved one. Funeral directors are able to broadcast a funeral or memorial service via the internet.
When family and friends cannot attend in person – due to distance, illness, finances, or other reasons, they can now view a live video stream of the funeral service on the internet. This allows friends and family members who are unable to come to the funeral to feel included.
Along with each live webcast, the service is saved to their memorial obituary page, www.bryanbraker.com, for on-demand viewing. This way those who couldn’t watch it live will still have a chance to view the services. And often times, families would like the opportunity to view the services at a later time to reflect on the eulogies, music and the celebration of life. Each service will remain on Bryan-Braker Funeral Home’s website for 90 days.
Also on their website, you can find service times, directions to the service, sign the condolence book, post photographs for the family to see, and view a video tribute if one was produced. Bryan-Braker added a secure page for anyone who chooses to make their own pre-arrangements on the website. To start your pre-arrangements it will ask you to setup a user name and password that is only know to the user. The information sent to Bryan-Braker Funeral Home will be placed in a confidential file in their office. The user may also sign on and make any changes necessary at any time.
Webcasting, by Bryan-Braker, expands their services to the families they are privileged to serve by enabling loved ones to take part in the visitation or service at anytime, anywhere over the internet. If you want to learn more you can contact Bryan-Braker Funeral Home at (707) 425-4697, or email at email@example.com.
Sunday, January 5, 2014
The Lifetime Achievement Award was given to Craig Bryan by the Fairfield-Suisun Twilight - Rotary Club for 2013.
Thursday, January 2, 2014
The stained glass chapel seats 70 adults comfortably and is adjacent to a beautiful courtyard. Equipped with a tape/cd player, and an organ, you may play your loved ones favorite music. The chapel is available for day and evening visitations and services.
Families may choose to have an outdoor service. This ceremony is conducted in front of the Birch Dormitory. This type of service is ideal for those who love the outdoors or those having military honors.
- Military Services
- Pre-Arranging Available
- No Interest Payment Plans Available