To assist those who may need financial assistance, Joynes Funeral Home offers different payment options including all major credit cards and an affiliation with a major finance company. They will do everything possible to tailor one's service to his or her financial needs. Our directors never try to coax a consumer into purchases they do not want or cannot afford and the prices maintained at Joynes Funeral Home are regularly monitored and compared with other fine competitors. In most instances one will be pleasantly surprised.
After death has occurred there are several options one may choose when making arrangements.
This is the service that usually involves the possible purchase of a casket, a viewing or visitation, and a ceremony held to memorialize the deceased. Services are held at the funeral home or church, and interment usually follows in a cemetery.
Very similar to the above, but the services are held at the grave site rather than the funeral home or church.
This is a service that memorializes the deceased without the body present. Memorial services are usually held in the funeral home or church.
This is a service that involves the removal of the deceased followed by a burial, done without delay, as the law will allow.
Using the services of a crematory, this process involves using intense heat to transform the remains to a state of ashes (cremains). A memorial service may follow the cremation process or a traditional funeral ceremony may be held first.
Whatever ones wishes are, he or she can rest assured that Joynes Funeral Home's three generations of experience will work to make sure that every detail is carried out and that all services are conducted and directed in a smooth and dignified manner. Joynes Funeral Home continues to serve Fauquier, Prince William, Fairfax, Loudoun, Rappahannock, Culpeper, and Warren counties and can be reached 24 hours a day toll free at 1.800.324.9933.