Veteran Funeral Benefits Provided to Nutley, New Jersey

Levandoski-Grillo Funeral Home & Cremation Service recognize and admire the sacrifices made by veterans of the U.S military.They re proud to do their part in honoring this country's veterans.

Bloomfield, United States - March 20, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Levandoski-Grillo Funeral Home & Cremation Service recognize and admire the efforts and sacrifices made by veterans of the United States military. There is a beautiful story regarding Mr. Henry Stuehmeyer, a retired solider who passed away at the age of 93, after a life of dedicated service. In December 1944, Stuehmeyer, then only eighteen, was deployed to Marseilles, France, as a member of Canon Company C with the 23nd Infantry Regiment of the 42nd Rainbow Division. During his service, Stuehmeyer would see action in France, Germany, and Austria. He earned the first of his three Bronze Stars during the Rhine Offensive. In April 1945, Stuehmeyer along with the 42nd Division helped liberate 30,000 prisoners being held Dachau, a concertation camp created by Adolf Hitler. More information about Mr. Stuehmeyer’s incredible life and service can be found at https://www.petaluma360.com/news/9301046-181/stuehmeyer-petaluma-wwii-vet-dies

In light of the heroic work of veterans such as the late Mr. Stuehmeyer, Levandoski-Grillo Funeral Home & Cremation Service have made information regarding veterans’ funeral services available on their website. One may learn about the Military Funeral Honors ceremony that can be held for any eligible veteran. The website offers details about the service itself, eligibility requirements and includes important contact information.

Additionally, the website tells of the Burial benefits available to New Jersey Veterans that include a Funeral Honors to rendered to the veteran based on the status of the veteran. This Honors could be a Full Military Honors, 7 Person Detail, or a Standard Honors Team Detail.

Lastly, Levandoski-Grillo Funeral Home & Cremation Service offer insight on prices and packages to veterans who honorably served in the U.S. Armed Forces. All too often, families discount the value of ceremony after the death of a loved one, and we certainly don’t want the valued Veterans who served our country to make that mistake. Coming together after a loss is a very essential part of the grieving process.

Levandoski-Grillo Funeral Home & Cremation Service are proud to do their part in honoring this country’s veterans. Levandoski-Grillo Funeral Home & Cremation Service duty is to provide veterans and their families with professional and dignified assistance during your time of need, and Levandoski-Grillo Funeral Home & Cremation Service promise to support families in honoring their loved one for their dedication and selfless service.

All of the above points may be accessed by visiting https://www.levandoskifuneralhome.com/services/honoring-veterans

Contact Info:
Name: Nick Grillo
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Organization: Levandoski-Grillo Funeral Home & Cremation Service
Address: 4 Bay Avenue, Bloomfield, New Jersey 07003, United States
Phone: +1-973-743-6969
Website: https://www.levandoskifuneralhome.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 494322

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