Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Webcasting Available At Bryan-Braker

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 info@bryanbraker.com.

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