Service of Funeral Director and Staff
Prompt Response to Initial Request for Service
Arrangement Conference with Family
Coordination with Clergy, Cemetery, and Other Participants
Securing All Documents from Hospice, Doctors, Medical Examiners and City Clerks Supervising
Supervising all Requested Services from Initial Request to Final Disposition
Care for Viewing
Use of Facilities for Visitation
Visitation for the First Evening Anytime Between the Hours of 5 PM and 9 PM
Visitation for the Second Day Anytime between the Hours of 12 Noon and 9 PM
Use of Facilities and Staff for Funeral Ceremony
Use of Funeral Home Automative Equipment within 30 Miles
By choosing the Serenity Service Package you will also receive these unique services.
Our support staff is available during visitations and services to greet families and friends, and to facilitate
a comfortable experience at our funeral home.
We provide the family with a personalized obituary keepsake which includes your loved one's service information,
survivors and photograph.
All of our families are presented with a personalized memorial candle.Our Reception areas provide families with a comfortable setting where you will always find a plate of freshly baked cookies and a cup of coffee.We can arrange for Military Honors for honorably discharged personnel from the military. The honors usually consist of the presentation of the flag and rendition of Taps.
We can arrange to have individual meals delivered for the family during the visitation.
We realize the importance of keeping in touch in today’s busy society. As a result, we offer complimentary wireless internet to the families we service.
Our professional team will assist in coordinating funeral luncheons whether at our facilities, a local church, restaurant, or banquet hall.We will assist with filing insurance claims, Social Security paperwork, Veterans benefits,
and any other documents you need assistance with.
John Molnar, Sr. opened the Detroit Hungarian Funeral Home, now the Molnar Funeral Homes, in 1923. The funeral home began in his home until relocating across the street to it's Delray location at 8623 Dearborn Avenue, in 1936. He had a strong work ethic and believed that you should never stop learning...