From the first call to aftercare, Ascension Funeral Group is dedicated to providing personal, professional, and caring service to you and your family. If you have experienced a loss, are considering prearrangements, or, are just browsing our site, our desire is to assist you in any way possible. We invite you to explore the links on our website and thank you for visiting Ascension Funeral Group.
Ascension Funeral Group consists of the following locally owned and operated businesses:
Ascension Funerals and Cremations
Forest Lawn Funeral Home
Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens
Spring Hill Memorial Gardens
Mobile Pet Cemetery
In July 2003, James H. Alexander and Barry J. Theriot purchased Ascension Funeral Service, now known as Ascension Funerals and Cremations.
In May 2005, James H. Alexander and Barry J. Theriot purchased Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens and Spring Hill Memorial Gardens.
In January 2006, James H. Alexander and Barry J. Theriot opened Mobile Pet Cemetery at its Spring Hill Memorial Gardens location.
In October 2007, James H. Alexander and Barry J. Theriot purchased property near Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens, and on July 1, 2008, opened Forest Lawn Funeral Home.
With the growth of the various businesses, it was vital to establish a recognizable parent company to connect all of the entities together. Acc
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To further assist families dealing with the loss of a loved one, Ascension Funerals & Cremations offers an extensive Aftercare Program with connections to both local and online grief counseling and support groups. Ascension Funerals & Cremations also sponsors the Garden of Angels Program which assists families suffering the loss of a child by offering funeral services for a fraction of the cost. The goal is to give families a way to start the healing process by memorializing the angel that touched their heart, even if only for a short time.