Our Services

At Life Tributes we will do all we can to provide a unique one-of-a-kind service to reflect the personality and interests of your loved one. 

Online Memorial and Personalized Condolences
The Life Story of your loved one will be available as soon as the wording is finalized. Online condolences can be printed for you, or emailed directly to you.

We offer customized printing to accommodate your loved ones individuality. 

Some examples of how you can personalize a funeral: 

  • If your loved one enjoyed cooking, a favorite dish could be served at the visitation with the recipe given out to take home as a memento.
  • For the fishermen, favorite tackle, and a mounted fish, could be displayed in the chapel.
  • At the service of a motorcycle lover, or a classic car collector a favorite vehicle could be displayed outside of the funeral home.
  • Collages of treasured pictures can by displayed throughout the chapel.

Contact our staff, we will be able to answer your questions and assist in making the appropriate arrangements. You can reach us at (715) 659-4545, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

We offer an assortment of delicious cakes, cookies and bars along with cheese and sausage trays. We can facilitate these light comfort foods through a simple ordering process.
Farewell Toast

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Dove Release
A dove release can be a moving part of any service. As the dove is released and we follow the dove as it ascends, our eyes are flooded with the sun's bright light, the light has the ability to improve the way we feel.
The release of doves is contingent upon the weather.

Butterfly Release 
A butterfly release is a ceremonial freeing of one or more butterflies. The beauty and symbolism of butterflies ascending into the heavens will forever create a comforting memory. The release of butterflies is contingent upon the weather.

Balloon Release
A “bouquet” of balloons can be provided in various colors according to your preferences. As the balloons drift up to the heavens they will leave a memory that will last a lifetime.   A personal message can be written on the balloons before the release. The balloons are formulated to be safe for the environment.

Therapy Dogs 

Click here to see a video of a 19.5-year-old therapy dog. His name is Baxter, and he works in a hospice. 

In difficult times everyone can appreciate the unconditional affection of a canine companion. Dakota, or one of our other certified therapy canines, can provide extra affection in a time of need. When a therapy dog attends a funeral and or visitation, it can help break the ice and make this difficult time more bearable, create a diversion, draw people out and help to entertain children and adults. For many people, petting or hugging a therapy dog has a calming effect. A therapy dog’s presence at a funeral, visitation, and or an arrangement is optional and free of charge. Therapy dogs are also available to be brought to a family member’s home for a visit. Please call us at 715-659-4545 for more information on Therapy dogs.

Payment Options

Payment options include cash, check, credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, and bank debit), Paypal, cashier's check, funeral trusts, transfer of existing funeral trusts, verifiable life insurance proceeds and Lending USA funeral financing (click
HERE for more information).

What to Expect When You Arrive

The funeral director will guide you through the arrangement process, explaining how we can create a personalized memorial service for your loved one.

Feel free to bring photos which are used for personalization of the video tribute, the register book, and other keepsakes. Music or memorabilia also add to the personalization of the service of your loved one.

The arrangement process may include:

Scheduling the location, date and time of services
Selecting a casket, urn or other items
Provide information to include in the obituary notice
Selecting pall bearers

The following checklist will help you remember what information about the decedent and items will be needed when meeting with the funeral director.

- Full legal name
- Home address
- Social Security number
- Date of birth
- Place of birth
- Father’s name
- Mother’s maiden name
- Veteran’s discharge papers (DD-214)
- Photograph for the obituary notice
- Education
- Occupation
- Place of burial (if applicable)
- Clothing
- Clergy name and phone number
- Survivors (name and relationship)
- Insurance Policies (if applicable)