Kennewick, WA - Although Hillcrest Memorial Center opened its doors to the public on August 26th, the new facility is now officially fully operational after the finishing touches were recently completed on the funeral home. As the first new funeral home in the tri-city area in 28 years, Hillcrest will celebrate their new business with an open house from noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday, October 15th and Sunday, October 16th. The funeral home welcomes both the press and the general public to stop by and take a tour of their gorgeous new facility, meet their experienced staff and enjoy refreshments.
Founded and operated by Blaze and Adrianna Titus, Hillcrest Memorial Center offers more than 18 years of funeral experience and a new facility unlike anything the tri-city area has ever seen. The center’s brand new, gorgeous building boasts contemporary décor, an uplifting atmosphere and a spacious, bright environment owing to the home’s plentiful windows. With a large, beautiful entryway where guests gather and mingle, abundant seating, a calming indoor waterfall and a cozy fireplace, Hillcrest Memorial Center’s welcoming, sunlit home fills guests with a sense comfort and warmth.
Because of its modern, versatile facility, Hillcrest offers various benefits and advantages that older mortuaries in the area simply can’t provide. Hillcrest easily customizes services in order to meet each family’s distinctive needs. The center works with all of the cemeteries in the tri-city area and offers catering, a ground-level reception room, an onsite crematory, a knowledgeable staff and an overall higher standard in serving the community’s families. And with its reasonable, competitive pricing, Hillcrest accommodates guests of all income levels.
Additionally, Hillcrest provides an extremely unique service—a modern cremation viewing room. Unlike most funeral homes, the center features a comfortable, glass room from which families can view the beautiful marble crematory room. This allows families to witness the cremation of their loved one from a warm, comfortable setting.
Hillcrest Memorial Center’s open house will follow the center’s ribbon-cutting ceremony with the Chamber of Commerce on October 12th and the VFW’s dedication of the American flag ceremony on October 13th. Blaze and Adrianna Titus, who have lived in the Kennewick area for over five years, look forward to welcoming the community to their open house on October 15th and 16th. “I’m certain that the community’s residents will be amazed when they see our new funeral home,” Adrianna Titus said. “We offer a new, exciting choice in the tri-city area and our beautiful facility is simply incomparable.”
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