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Dignity Memorial® Announces New Funeral Home in Katy

The Dignity Memorial® network of funeral service locations and cemeteries announced today that it is building a new, state-of-the art facility in Katy, Texas.  

With over 9,000 square-feet, the space will be reflective of modern funeral home design and will include a chapel and reception room that can accommodate large and small and traditional and non-traditional services.

 “This new home will allow us to provide a meaningful funeral service for all of our families,” sharesSherry Davies, manager of Katy Funeral Home. “It is our goal to help clients create events that are meaningful and help tell the story of their loved ones’ life. Today’s funeral can range from very traditional services to unique life celebrations. With this lovely new facility and our highly trained staff of funeral professionals, we can create personal tributes for all families.”

Katy Funeral Home is a member of the Dignity Memorial network. As such, it offers exclusive benefits and value not found with other funeral providers, including Dignity package selections, bereavement travel (a service that helps facilitate travel related to the funeral), a nationally acclaimed grief management library and national transferability of prearranged services. There are over 30 Dignity Memorial providers in the greater Houston area.

 Dignity Memorial providers proudly support their communities in a variety of ways, and associates at the future Katy Funeral Home are already making important contributions to the area. In 2012, the Dignity Memorial network was a premium sponsor of the American Diabetes Association (ADA) Tour de Cure, held in Katy, and will sponsor the ADA Step Out Walk to Cure Diabetes. Katy Funeral Home staff members will also participate in the Shriner’s Hospital children’s holiday party.

“We are very pleased to become a member of the Katy community,” Davies says. “We have a culture of being good neighbors and our outreach programs are a testament to that.”

 

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