Funeral Home offered to Jamaica, N.Y.

Funeral Home services are offered to residents of Jamaica, N.Y. and surrounding areas.

Jamaica, United States - June 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Paul Lane Funeral Home Inc. was founded in 1954 by the late Paul P. Lane, Sr. (1922-1997) after his Honorable Discharge as a First Sergeant from the US Army. He attended the McAllister’s Institute of Funeral Service and Embalming under the G.I. Bill. After graduation he obtained his New York State Funeral Directors License and the firm has been of service to the surrounding communities and people all over the world ever since. Once his sons, Paul P. Lane, Jr., and Milton W. Lane, were old enough they began helping their father. Both attended funeral school and are Licensed New York State Funeral Directors.

At the Paul Lane Funeral Home, Inc., their goal is to provide families with the highest level of professionalism, service, and facilities during a time of need. They are committed to helping families make the right decisions by providing up-front, information on the options available to them. When families plan with Paul Lane Funeral Home, Inc., they can be assured that they will be fulfilled exactly as specified.

Paul Lane Funeral Home Inc. knows there are other funeral homes in the area to choose from. But they also know that families who turn to them during a time of loss, or for pre-arrangement services experience their very high standards of service. These standards include transparency in business practices and service pricing, as well as providing families with well-planned funeral arrangements in their time of need. Providing comfortable, soothing surroundings where families and friends can gather to remember and celebrate the life of a loved one. Helping families in their community to preserve longstanding traditions and customs. Offering innovative, truly personalized funeral home services and products. Assisting families and individuals making their pre-need plans. Reaching out to the greater community with educational seminars and grief support programs.

Paul Lane Funeral Home, Inc., offers professional guidance and personal and specialized attention before, during and after the loss of a loved one. Their reputation for honesty and integrity is very well-known, and it is their most important asset. Theirs is not just any funeral home. With their years of experience, and highly professional, friendly, and compassionate staff, Paul Lane Funeral Home, Inc. is the first choice for hundreds of area families each year.

They are proud to embrace traditional values, diversity, and innovation in honoring the spirit and life of each person they serve. Paul Lane Funeral Home, Inc. offers a full selection of Funeral and memorial services, ranging from traditional to uniquely innovative and personal, Burial services and cremation options, Natural choices, including Green Burial and Green Cremation, and Celebrant Services.

Letting go of a loved one is usually a very difficult process. To provide your family peace-of-mind, Paul Lane Funeral Home, Inc. offers complete care, so that the family can focus on comforting each other as they prepare to say goodbye to someone dear to them.

They hope every family will turn to them for compassionate care and impeccable service. Their pledge is to honor the loved one and family with dignity, respect, and personal attention to every detail.

Please visit their web site for more information http://www.paullanefuneral.com/

Call them at 718-659-6260 to explore the wide variety of choices available to families. They encourage you to contact them to discuss every families’ unique needs.

Contact Info:
Name: Milton Lane
Organization: Paul Lane Funeral Home
Address: 115-33 Sutphin Boulevard, Jamaica, New York 11434, United States
Phone: +1-718-659-6260

For more information, please visit http://www.paullanefuneral.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 359829

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