During this Covid-19 pandemic, we will make every effort to accommodate families in making arrangements and conducting services while ensuring your safety and comfort and honoring your loved one. Currently, chapel arrangement conferences are limited to three family members. If you would prefer to make arrangements remotely, please contact our office and we will gladly assist you by phone and email.
As always, we will coordinate with your place of worship and your choice of cemetery to confirm their requirements and possible restrictions during this pandemic. Depending on your choices, Allen Brothers will do everything in our power to work with your church and/or cemetery to provide a memorable final farewell for your loved one.
In order to avoid compromising the health of our visitors, our funeral home staff will minimize physical contact, such as handshakes or hugs, as recommended by the CDC. We have added extra cleanings in all of our public areas throughout the day. Masks are required and hand sanitizer is available throughout our chapels.
As always, the Allen Brothers family puts the families we serve at the top of our priority list. We want to assure our neighbors and friends that we are glad to work with you to keep everyone safe while meeting your needs during this COVID-19 pandemic. Whenever possible, we will continue to enable families to participate in the rituals that are most important to them.
We are closely monitoring and following all guidelines from the CDC, the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA), the California Funeral Directors Association (CFDA), as well as all local and state agencies about the evolution of COVID-19 in the United States. The latest information from the CDC states that decedents with COVID-19 may be buried or cremated according to the family’s preferences
As always, our family and staff will continue to guide families as we have for the past 56 years. We will offer ways to commemorate the life of your loved one while adhering to the guidance issued by federal, state, and local public health officials.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel welcome to call our chapels.
Linda S. Allen and the Allen Brothers family