Coronavirus Update

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As we all respond to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we want to reassure you that
Blessing Funeral Home will remain ready to serve families in need.
 
UPDATE as of September 21st, 2020
 
While Governor Greg Abbott has lifted the occupancy limits for "houses of worship" with his new mandate effective September 21st, 2020, Blessing Funeral Home will continue to meet the minimum standard health protocols set forth by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS). These protocols (https://www.dshs.texas.gov/coronavirus/docs/opentx/ChurchesPlacesofWorship.pdf) require us to ensure proper spacing between attendees regardless of occupancy limits.

Each family's plans and wishes regarding service attendance size and location can be discussed during your arrangement conference with our funeral directors and cremation specialists. We will continue to offer Live Streaming and Recording of services at no charge so that extended family and friends can support you from the safety of their homes.
 
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The health and well being of your family and our coworkers is our highest priority.
To safely serve during a time of crisis Blessing Funeral Home has taken steps to:
 
  • Adhere to the highest standards of cleanliness and disinfection
  • Guide our families through on-line and telephone arrangements
  • Use digital signature technology to securely procure necessary documents
  • Offer webcasting or digital recording of private funerals at no-cost to families
  • Offer digital condolences through our online tribute page
  • Assist families with future memorial services following private burials or cremations
 
We still believe that supporting one another at a time of loss is important
We will continue to closely monitor developments concerning the Coronavirus.
 
-The Lucas Family