Emma Grace Obituary, Cause of Death – The following are some of the last-minute guidelines that Nick and Rhaven would like everyone to follow on Saturday: Because of the COVID, we are subject to restrictions and are required to keep track of everyone who enters the funeral home and cemetery. At 8:30, the family will be gathered at the DeFiore Funeral Home.
Visitation will commence at nine in the morning. At that time, we will only be able to accommodate a maximum of twenty persons inside the funeral home at one time; the remaining attendees will be required to wait outside in the parking lot or in their vehicles. While you are away from the vehicles, you are required to keep a social distance and wear masks. Please be aware that as a result of the mandate, both the funeral home and the cemetery are being monitored to ensure that we all comply with the requirements.
As a result of the size of the family, there will be ten immediate family members present inside for the majority of the viewing. This will leave ten spaces for other people to come in and pay their respects. The house will open its doors to visitors in small groups at a time as others leave in order to keep the required count of 20 people present at all times. If anyone needs a break for a while with the kids or anything else, they can come to the farm where my sister Mary and her Husband Lonnie, and my Uncle Bill will be to welcome guests who want to stay for the service to watch on the video if they want to.
Family and close friends are also welcome to come to the farm, where my sister Mary and her Husband Lonnie, and my Uncle Bill will be. It will just take you ten minutes to get there. In general, immediate family members and close friends are invited, and as a general rule, if they have been there before, they are welcome. If this is not the case, kindly refrain from disclosing the address.