Morrissett Funeral & Cremation Service understands that the families we serve need continued support after the death of a loved one. Our objective is to embrace each family with “Aftercare” designed to meet their needs, as well as serving the Chesterfield County community.
Our Aftercare Director/Community Care Coordinator, Greg Webber, offers grief support to the families we serve at no additional cost. Greg has an MDiv. Seminary degree and has served churches in Louisiana, Kentucky, Michigan and Virginia in pastoral ministry. Greg possesses invaluable training and experience in assisting those in need of spouse loss, child loss, drug overdose death and suicide loss grief support offering community resources, crisis counseling and grief support groups. Our bereavement support groups are also available to the community-at-large, at no charge, depending on space availability.
Current Support Group Offerings
*Survivor of Suicide Grief Support Group [SOS]: This group is for those who have lost a friend or loved one to suicide. Times and dates TBD. To register contact Greg Webber at (804) 275-7828.
*Widowed Support Group [WSG]: This group is for those who have lost a spouse. The WSG meets on 6-8 - week intervals at the Bella Italia Restaurant on Iron Bridge Road and is facilitated by Leslie Alsing. To register call Greg Webber at (804) 275-7828 or Leslie Alsing at (804) 363-7405.
*Annual Holiday Remembrance: This is an opportunity for your family and friends to join us at Meadowbrook Country Club on the first Sunday of November for a no cost lunch and a meaningful service of remembrance for your loved one.
Our desire is to help you prepare for the holiday season without your special loved one.
This annual event is part of our Aftercare, offering care beyond the funeral service. Please read the information below and mark your calendar for this special day of remembrance.
If you are a client of Morrissett Funeral & Cremation Service and lose a loved one between November 2018 and October 2019, you will receive an invitation to our Annual Holiday Remembrance event. Extended family and friends are also welcome. Please join MF&CS owners Larry Spiaggi and Sue Danielson, along with Aftercare Director Greg Webber, our Funeral Directors and staff on Sunday, November 10, 2019 from 3 - 5 pm. In an atmosphere of mutual support, shared experiences and cherished memories, we'll enjoy hors d’oeuvres and a delicious meal prepared and served by the incredible Meadowbrook chef and staff. The meal is our gift to you, as well as a remembrance ornament gift for each family. You will hear a positive, uplifting speaker bringing compassionate insight, hope and reassurance. Let us help you make new memories this holiday season to add to those you treasure from the past.
*Annual Outdoor Sunrise Service:
This is an uplifting service of Hope for families we have served and the community at large in the context of spring time and new birth. Join the Morrissett directors and staff at 6:00 Easter Sunday morning as we honor our departed loved ones by celebrating renewed hope and the gift of life through uplifting relevant music and brief encouraging words of faith by Greg Webber, our Community Care Coordinator. Coffee and breakfast snacks will be available. In case of inclement weather, the Sunrise Service will be moved indoors.
In honor of Mother's Day, we will make a donation to the Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens in memory of all the mothers that passed away this year.
In honor of Father's Day, we will make a donation to Habitat for Humanity in memory of all the fathers that passed away this year.
Join the Morrissett team to celebrate the mothers and fathers who have set us on the path of life to live, laugh, love, and learn how to be the person we were created to be.
For more information, contact Greg Webber at 804-275-7828 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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