Personalized Funeral Services as Unique as Your Loved One

Geib Funeral Home & Crematory is committed to designing a funeral as unique as your loved one. While other funeral homes standardize services to save time and money, we believe each service should tell the story of a life.

We offer countless ways to remember your loved one: From butterfly and dove releases to military salutes and customized caskets, whatever is meaningful to you can be arranged. Our staff can display family photos and cherished possessions, create a video tribute, or coordinate a candle lighting. And we’re always happy to accommodate special requests, whether serving a much-loved soda beverage or coordinating a commemorative gift. Once, we passed out rolls of dimes for the guests to remember a collector’s favorite coin. Whatever was important to you is important to us in planning the funeral. You knew your loved one best—we’re here to ensure the service honors their memory.

The professional touch of our in-house graphic designers, Corinna Houze and Marilyn Roder, give families maximum flexibility in personalizing memorial products. From colorful tributes and formal Order of Worship service bulletins to high-quality tribute video productions, their expertise and care for detail is unparalleled.


Our menu of personalization options includes:


  • Arlington Cemetery
  • Balloon Release
  • Burial at Sea
  • Butterfly Release
  • Candle Lighting Ceremony
  • Casket Personalization
  • Celebrant Services
  • Children’s Room
  • Crystal Jewelry
  • Dove Release
  • Eulogies
  • Flower Selection
  • Horse Drawn Carriage
  • Family Center
  • Legacy Touch Keepsakes
  • Limousine Service
  • Memorial Candles
  • Memory Collage Boards
  • Memory Tables
  • Military Honors
  • Ocean Reefs
  • Online Obituaries
  • Online Remembrance
  • Private Web Videocast
  • Remembrance Jewelry
  • Security Check
  • Temporary Grave Marker
  • Unique Music Selection
  • Valet Parking
  • Video Recording of Service
  • Video Tribute DVD
  • Visual/Audio Recording

…and many more