Sharing the Love, Honoring the Life and Preserving the Legacy… Online

The Anderson-McQueen web site has received more than just a facelift. We have designed an online resource to help our friends and neighbors understand the value of ceremony and to inspire them to create unique memorial services to honor the life of their loved ones.

“The site is no longer just about us, it is about the families we serve,” said Bill McQueen, president and CEO. “Going beyond the traditional online obituaries, guest books and condolence systems, our site gives friends and families an opportunity to connect by posting notes, photos, videos and more. It provides an online home for the memorial.”

Visitors to our new site will discover a distinctive, tailored resource that includes:

Intuitive tools to help design a funeral
Whether you are planning a traditional ceremony or a contemporary celebration, we’ll walk you through our established packages and signature services to create a unique memorial to tell your loved one’s story.

Checklists to preplan choices for your arrangements
Preplanning your funeral is an essential part of a well-tended life, as it provides you with time to make end-of-life decisions in a calm and rational atmosphere. Take a look at some options online, or meet with one of our legacy planning counselors to make your wishes known.

Grief support resources, including 24/7 counseling
We know that grief doesn’t stop at 5 o’clock. Now, you can access a variety of support services at any hour. View interactive videos, join in group grief support, subscribe to daily e-mails of hope and affirmation and, soon, get live grief counseling from the comfort of home.

Online obituaries and memorials that function like your favorite social media sites

With our new memorial Web services, families can customize a page for their loved one, including areas to tell their story, add photographs and videos, light virtual candles and share information on other social media sites.

Live webcasts of funerals for friends and family unable to attend the service
The newest innovation in funeral service, webcasting, allows your family and friends to join in your loved one’s memorial or funeral service, through streaming video over the Internet. This video can be viewed live online, archived for delayed viewing and recorded to DVD as a permanent keepsake.

“Nothing will ever replace the personalized service we offer each family that comes to Anderson-McQueen,” said McQueen. “However, this new site will provide information when it’s convenient, help those who are grieving and connect friends and family from anywhere in the world.”

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