Here are some places on the Internet that we would like to share with you:
Hospice of Michigan
Selected Independent Funeral Homes
United Methodist Church of Ludington
The United Methodist Church of Ludington directed by Pastor Dennis Bromley offers Grief Support Meetings at the church. Materials used in the meetings are produced by Dr. Alan Wolfelt, a renown educator in the area of grief and loss. You may contact the church at 231.843.8340 for the current meeting times and schedule. The church is located at 5810 W. Bryant Rd., Ludington, MI 49431.
Cell Phones for Soldiers
You may drop off old cell phones in our office at any time. We ship them to Cell Phones for Soldiers every month.
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Veterans & Family Memorial Care
Wreaths Across America
2011 marked the first year we participated in this program. Individuals were able to purchase wreaths for placement on the grave of their veterans in local cemeteries. Wreaths may be purchased year-round, but are delivered the first week in December. Donations may also be made to the wreaths for Arlington or other national cemeteries.
Social Security Administration
For the Motorcycle Entusiast
Today, more than ever, funeral services have become more personalized in keeping with the deceased's wishes and desires. We, at the King Funeral Home, firmly believe in that concept. Being avid motorcyclists ourselves, it is our desire to offer this special and unique way of honoring the life of the motorcycle enthusiast.
Oceana County Council on Aging
The Oceana County Council on Aging is a nonprofit agency that promotes and safeguards the independence and well-being of individuals 60 years of age and older by providing services, information and support to the residents of the county.