Kane Funeral Home has a long and proud history of honoring veterans. We consider it an incredible privilege to work with families whose loved ones have served in the U.S. Armed Forces. We can never repay them for the sacrifices they have made, but we can show our gratitude by offering services with full military honor.

To be eligible, you must be a veteran discharged or separated from active duty under conditions other than dishonorable, and have completed the required period of service. U.S. Armed Forces members who die on active duty are also eligible, as are spouses and dependent children of eligible living and deceased veterans, and of current and deceased armed forces members.

Burial Flag

While in our care, we drape the veteran with an American flag to honor his or her service to our country. After the funeral service, the flag may be given to the next of kin or a close associate.

Marking the Grave

VA provides headstones and markers Usually made of bronze or granite for the unmarked graves of veterans anywhere in the world and for eligible dependents of veterans buried in national, state veteran or military cemeteries. Headstones and markers are inscribed with the name of the deceased, the years of birth and death, and branch of service.

For additional information on veteran benefits:

Visit the Department of Veterans Affairs Website or 800.827.1000