Affordable monthly payment plans through LendingUSA, a leading funeral funding group endorsed by the National Funeral Directors Association. Simple application can be made on-line.
Kincannon Funeral Home offers a wide variety of caskets. Caskets are made of steel or wood. Steel caskets come in an array of colors and may be gasketed. Our choice of wood caskets ranges from carved details to rustic barn wood. We invite you to review our selection prior to meeting with a member of our staff for the arrangement conference.
A monument (headstone) is used as a cemetery marker for a burial or cremation memorial. Our staff can assist you in creating a piece as simplistic or detailed as desired to reflect your loved one's life and personality. Monuments can be flat, upright, slanted, or even a bench, vase or statue. The stones typically used in SW Oklahoma are black, chapel rose (the color of the granite in the local Quart Mountain and Wichita Mountain ranges) and gray.
We are proud to offer Crescent Memorial Products. Family owned and established in 1997, their mission is to help each and every family find peace and celebrate a life well lived.
Animals are wonderfully agreeable friends. They ask so little of us, and give so much love in return. When it comes time for you to let go of your animal companion, making the decisions on how to care for their physical remains can be heart-wrenching.
Kincannon Funeral Home is presenting a life saving initiative to the area. Vital ICE provides a platform on which to list your vital medicinal information, making it readily available to EMS and other First Responders.
We have heard thousands of questions, and chosen to provide you with the answers to some of the more common questions relating to a funeral, a funeral service and funeral homes.
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Accepted customs of dress and behavior in a funeral have changed over time, but courtesy never goes out of style. Here's what we'd like you to know about funeral etiquette.
Figuring out all the answers when you’re trying to plan a service can feel daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. We’ve created these resource guides as helpful tools to walk you through every step of the process.
In seven steps, learn just how to express a loved one’s story in a way all will appreciate.
Taking the design steps with us isn't difficult. We invite you to explore the many unique ways to celebrate and honor a life.
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