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A Checklist When Planning a Funeral

Our experienced and compassionate funeral directors understand how devastated families can feel at a time like this and that is why they are prepared to guide families every step of the way.

A Locally-owned Funeral Home: It’s About Trust

When searching for a funeral home in Lincoln, Nebraska, one of the most important things to consider is whether the organization is trustworthy.

Providing Families with Comfort, Hope, and Encouragement

As Lead Pastor at Southview Christian Church in Lincoln, Nebraska, Pastor Kerry O’Bryant offers spiritual leadership to members of his congregation, conducts worship services, and oversees many other business aspects at the church.

Writing a Meaningful Obituary: Telling Your Loved One’s Story

Whether it be brief or long, obituaries acknowledge the passing of our loved ones and share a little about their life and the joy their presence brought to the world.

The Best Funeral Services Are What Families Deserve

Being recognized with the “Best of Lincoln” Award in 2021 by the Lincoln, Nebraska community is an honor that everyone at Roper & Sons gets to share. This is the 11th year in a row that Roper & Sons has been voted as the best funeral home and we couldn’t be more proud of our reputation for providing outstanding funeral services and doing it with compassion and kindness that families deserve. It’s what Roper & Sons is known for doing.

Pre-Planning Checklist

What to expect and things you will need to know for a pre-planning appointment. At this appointment, you will meet with one of our Family Service Counselors, who will go

COVID-19 Funeral Planning

COVID-19 Procedures

Roper & Sons cares about the health and wellness of everyone who comes through our doors. How we can protect one another. We are closely monitoring the Centers for Disease

GRIEF SUPPORT

At Roper and Sons Funeral Home, we understand that a funeral or memorial service for your loved one is a positive first step in the grieving process. In the days,

WHAT CAN I SAY?

All too often, we struggle with what to say when comforting a grieving friend. What is enough? What is too much? What seems contrite? The compassionate part of us wants to say something comforting, to support our friend, to show we care.