Funeral Services:


When you face the loss of your loved one you feel grief, sadness and burden. It’s a tough, but for the moment it’s time to remember the person and for the last farewell. Celebrating the life of your loved one will help your loss healing. You lived together with your loved one, and you knew him better than anyone else. From our side, we’ve got years of experience that can be used to design the perfect memorial or funeral service for your loved one.


Psychologists agree that a ceremony is an important part of the healing process. It’s time to say the words you haven’t a chance to say, to honor your loved one and share your last memories. We at Final Path specialize in providing families the best professional care and attention throughout their time of need.  We also offer a wide range of services such as, traditional burial, memorial services, cremations, direct cremations, military burial, or any type of religious or ethnic services of your request.


We at Final Path are working closely with U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. This organization supports The Veterans Legacy Program sharing the stories of Veterans through the legacy enshrined in our national cemeteries. According to the Program most members of the U.S. armed forces (either dishonorable and all active duty veterans) have a right to be entitled to burial in a National Cemetery, flag, headstone or grave Marker, Presidential Memorial Certificate.

Our Services & Options:

We know that losing a loved one is one of the most tragic events that unfortunately inevitable…We are here to assist you from the preparations to the memorial service itself


Our cremation services vary in scale from low-key to more elaborate, according to the family’s wishes. We offer dignity with affordability.


Let us help you with the necessary steps when a loved one passes away, from the simplest early considerations to the final full event. People


Cremation urns, in particular, can be used as cherished keepsakes and memorials. You can take your time so that you make this decision.


A dignified gathering of family, friends and colleagues to mark the life and passing of a loved one. Arrangements can be made at a church


Though we cannot return people to life when they die, we still can honor all of their lifetime achievements and do a perfect memorial for


Throughout history, burial has been a common practice in human communities, large and small; around the world. Learn more about burial.

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All of our lawyers are available all business week long for providing you with their best initial analysis on any legal issue. Once you’ve decided to hire us for your defense or offense, we’ll be there for you till the we win your case!

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Memorial pages are dedicated for family, friends and future generations to celebrate the life of their loved one.


Honoring the life of your loved one means you value the relationship you shared. We look forward to helping you decide how to celebrate that bond, and honor the unique individual you’ve lost. You can send flowers, light a candle, add photos/videos or leave a message to share your memories and offer words of sympathy.

Anita Cardella (1927-2017)

Anita Cardella was born March 17, 1927 in Chicago to Anthony and Irene (nee Calabrese) Wright. She went to be with the Lord on June 10, 2017 at Belmont Village in Buffalo Grove surrounded by her family.

Henry Frankel (1917-2017)

Henry “Hank” Richard Frankel was born November 20, 1917, to Richard and Adele (nee Meyer) Frankel in Chicago, Illinois. He died peacefully at his home on May 29, 2017 after a series of strokes. He was preceded in death by his wife of over 60 years, Virginia (Casey) Frankel.

John Sowa (1921-2017)

John Sowa, US Army Veteran, was born on November 23, 1921 in Chicago, Illinois to Frank and Anna (nee Lazioro) Sowa. He died Saturday, June 10, 2017 at Northwest Community Hospital in Arlington Heights, Illinois.

Karen Sand (1941-2017)

Karen Sand was born on April 22, 1941 in Chicago, Illinois to Emmett and Marjorie (nee Stephens) Flack and was raised in Mt. Prospect. She died Friday, June 2, 2017 at her home.