Our Holliston, Massachusetts Location
When you suffer bereavement, a funeral for a member of your family or close friend can be one of the most difficult days of your life. Everything your family and friends ever thought about a loved one is expressed on that day. We recognize that a funeral is a meaningful event. A funeral that is properly planned can help ease the pain of separation, which naturally accompanies death. There is no more stressful period for a loved one than that encountered after a death occurs.
In making funeral arrangements we work closely with you to ensure that the services are personal. A funeral service is a reflection of the person who has died and is designed to comfort the survivors, be they family or friend. It is a time of gathering to grieve, share memories and experiences, and reflect on a unique life.
We believe that as part of the community, a foundation is laid where it is our primary objective and responsibility to perform a superior service for all the families we serve.
Chesmore Funeral Home and Cremation Services Incorporated is a family owned and operated business with locations in both Holliston and Hopkinton Massachusetts.
Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Message
*IMPORTANT* As of 4/12/21, FEMA has begun accepting applications for funeral relief funds for those who have passed of Covid-19. FEMA and other 3rd parties will never initiate contact with you. Please be aware of scammers. No one should be calling you telling you they can help you receive these funds. Please only work with your funeral home or FEMA directly.
**Update as of March 22, 2021**
Effective March 22, 2021, Funeral Homes are now allowed to host 100 people inside their facilities…or at a 50% capacity. Cemeteries increase to 150 people for outdoor gatherings (some cemeteries may have their own rules to that number). Churches in the Boston Archdiocese are still operating at a 50% capacity. As always, we are still following all protocols that remain in place in our state. First and foremost, if you are feeling unwell, or are experiencing a cough, fever, or shortness of breath or any other symptoms, we request that you please refrain from coming into our building. If you are unable to attend services for a loved one or friend, we are happy to forward any mail to them if you send it to us.
To keep our families, staff and the general public safe and healthy, we ask for your cooperation during this time.
*Masks must be worn upon entering our building and remain on throughout your time there
*Once you arrive, please visit the restroom and wash your hands with soap and water or use hand sanitizer
*If there is a guestbook, it can be signed by taking a clean pen from the clean cup and then placing it in the used cup when done
*Please maintain social distancing of at least 6 ft when waiting in line to pay your respects (Blue taped lines are throughout the building)
*Please offer a friendly word rather than a hug or a handshake to family members. Stanchions may be set up to separate family from visitors
*Please offer your condolences and exit the funeral home in a timely manner to avoid large number of visitors
*When talking, please limit groups to a small number of people
*We keep a clean building as usual, and are putting forth extra steps for sanitizing
*Touchpoints are cleaned with disinfectant every 15-30 minutes
Assisting families and friends with loss is our privilege and honor as funeral directors. As our community continues to feel the increasing impact of Covid-19 (Coronavirus), please be assured that we have protocols in place and are continually monitoring ongoing developments. The Massachusetts Funeral Directors Association has been in regular contact with numerous state and federal agencies, including the Centers for Disease Control and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, ensuring that the information our funeral home receives is as current as possible.
We are still operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week making certain that those entrusted to our care and the families we serve are receiving the utmost compassion. Our sympathies go out to anyone who has the additional burden of grief and loss during this time, and we are here to guide each family with their particular needs on an individual basis.
As always, please reach out with any questions or concerns. Take care.
~The Chesmore Family
Hopkinton Renovation- Update!
We are pleased to announce that after more than a year of construction, our expansion and renovation is just about complete!
We are thrilled with how everything has come together and how we were able to preserve the character of the building while incorporating fresh, updated and expanded amenities. Some of our new improvements include a chapel which can accommodate larger groups of people for visitation and services along with another moderately sized room which will be used for smaller services. You can expect brand new handicapped accessible bathroom facilities, updated technology, and more.
Please follow us on Facebook or Instagram to see photos and updates of the progress and reach out with any questions you may have! We will be updating our website with photos once our window treatments are complete and we have artwork on the walls!
~The Chesmore Family