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The following services are offered to every family at no cost when we are involved in the funeral or memorial service.
Our web site offers families the ability to post service information and a life story of the deceased on the World Wide Web. This service allows friends and relatives to write online condolences, reflections, and messages to the family. Easily viewable at: www.miller-jones.com
This type of commemoration is especially meaningful and does much to help family and friends appreciate the life that has been lived. The family provides up to 25 photos of the person who has died, which are then crafted into a DVD presentation accompanied by music. This 3 to 5 minute DVD uses light, sound, music, and motion to create a powerful, loving tribute that tells the story of a life and imparts loving impressions of the person who has died. This can be shown at visitations, at the service itself or simply as a keepsake. Multiple copies and customized tributes are available at an additional cost.
Our staff will provide memory cards to those attending the funeral for their use in recording personal memories of the deceased. These cards are then gathered and given to the family. These thoughts and memories of others mean so much in bringing significance to the life of their loved one.
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We are family owned, whereas many other local providers are part of a large conglomerate and report to stockholders. We are mindful our most valuable asset is our reputation. Our success is best measured by the families we have served for generations. Please allow us to earn your trust and confidence.
We offer the finest, most modern, and most comfortable facilities in the area. All are welcome to visit any of our 5 locations at any time and see for yourselves.
For the last 3 years, we earned a 98% satisfaction rating on after-service surveys from the families we have served.
Our team procures death certificates quickly, in most cases within 10 business days from the date of death.
Our staff is the very best. We are kind, compassionate, and knowledgeable, dedicated to providing world-class service.
We are rapid and responsive 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. We own and operate our own facilities. Others may take days to accomplish what we can do in hours.
Fair and reasonable prices.
We offer a Service Guarantee that assures your satisfaction with our work.
Cremation? Ask five questions:
Who owns the crematory? We do!
Where is it located? Palomar Rd, Homeland
When can I visit it? Anytime
How can you assure me that you cremate responsibly? We cremate only 1 person at a time in our own crematory, staffed by dedicated people who sign oaths attesting to their personal commitment to our high standards.
How much time does it take to complete a cremation process? Because we operate our own crematories, we serve you more quickly - usually within 3 business days of your authorization and the County's issuance of a permit.
Menifee Valley Memorial Park is the area's finest choices for permanent memorialization. Honor your loved one and give yourself and future generations a place that will provide inspiration and consolation to the living. See our website at www.menifeevalleymemorialpark.com
Call today to plan for the distant future, a pending death, or for immediate services. 951-658-3161 or visit us @ www.miller-jones.com
Our Guarantee To You
Our fair prices represent the greatest value in the area. Our staff is kind, considerate and knowledgeable. Our facilities are modern and immaculate. If you are dissatisfied with any aspect of our service, we will reduce or eliminate our ceremony charge.
The number of people choosing cremation has increased significantly in the past few years, yet cremation carries a long tradition and remains largely unchanged.