The Crematory Society’s Fort Worth Location invites nurses, hospice staff, administrators and local fire departments to be honored for their invaluable service and to celebrate the lives of their patients.

The Fort Worth branch of Neptune Society, America’s Most Trusted Cremation Service®, will be hosting a Spring Social celebration on April 17, 2015. The event will take place at 4101 Airport Freeway, Fort Worth, TX 76117 between 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.

Neptune Society of Fort Worth welcomes the community to join them in celebrating the invaluable service end-of-life caregivers provide. Nurses, hospice staff, administrators and local fire departments have already been invited, but the Fort Worth community is encouraged to come join the festivities.

Free brunch will be provided along with information about Neptune Society’s emergency and prearranged cremation services. A Q&A session and tour of the Fort Worth facility will follow.

“Our Spring Social event is held to show our appreciation for the care these caregivers provide families daily,” says Clomer Bankston, a service manager at the Fort Worth location.

Caregivers are the people who help us and our loved ones through one of life’s most difficult journeys. They help us face the end with grace, dignity and comfort. In addition to physical care, many provide emotional support and spiritual comfort on a daily basis. Sometimes the bonds we form with our caregivers lasts a lifetime.

“Caring for families is a trait we all have in common. Thank you to all caregivers for your consistent dedication to our community,” Bankston said.

For more information about Neptune Society of Fort Worth’s Spring Social event, please contact the office by calling (817) 838-5100 or filling out the form here.


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