Sisco Funeral Chapel Re-launches Facebook Page

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Sisco Funeral Chapel announces re-launch of Facebook Page to include new focuses.

Sisco Funeral Chapel is re-launching its Facebook Page to include four new areas of focus.

The areas of focus will be community events, personal health and welfare, upcoming weather events/news source, and new innovations in the funeral industry.

Sisco Funeral Chapel provides high-quality funeral services to the people of Northwest Arkansas. They participate in Aurora’s Sentiments Collection, where a donation is made to the American Breast Cancer Foundation when Sentiments Collection casket is purchased to honor a special woman. They also participate in the Honoring the Veterans program. When families choose any Aurora casket for a veteran, Aurora will make a donation to either the American Red Cross, Vietnam Veterans of America, or The National WWII Museum in New Orleans.

Sisco Funeral Chapel’s goal is to help customers arrange a memorable service that is meaningful, appropriate, and affordable. Funerals are for the living – those who will suffer the trauma of losing a loved one. It is through the funeral process that a number of emotional needs are met for those who grieve. Their caring and compassionate staff is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Sisco Funeral Chapel is located at 705 West Meadow in Springdale, Ark. For more information, visit their website at http://www.siscofuneral.com. The website also contains information about the funeral process, cremation, estate planning, who to contact when a death in the family occurs, and pricing and payment options. They can also be reached via phone at 479-751-4577 with any questions.

About the Company
The aim of the staff and management will always be to build and protect the reputation earned by Sisco Funeral Chapel, Inc. We at Sisco Funeral Chapel feel a great sense of pride in belonging to an organization that provides the finest possible services to the people of Northwest Arkansas.

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