J Geils Funeral Services
Choosing a special verse to print on the programs given out by a funeral or remembrance service, or on the memorial prayer cards, is popular. Families often select a verse that is important to their loved one or captures the emotions of the family towards them.
A list of verses that can be printed on services and prayer cards can be found below. To read the verse in complete, click on the heading.
For several families, prayer cards, often referred to as memorial cards, are a time-honored keepsake. Typically, they would feature a portrait of your loved one and a special verse or obituary. A prayer card should be held in a Bible, scrapbook or diary as a reminder during the service. Verses from the Prayer Card are mentioned below.
Create a list of the name of the verse and share it with the funeral director.
Angel of God
Come to Rest
Do Not Stand by My Grave and Weep
Fill Not Your Hearts with Pain
God Hath Not Promised
God Saw You Were Getting Tired
I am Home in Heaven Dear Ones
I Walked the Road to Sorrow
If He Was Your Father
Jehova es me Pastor
May He Support Us All the Day Long
May the Road Rise Up to Meet You
Miss Me But Let Me Go
Mommy and Daddy
To all the families who have supported and put their trust in me over the last 40 years as a licensed funeral director/embalmer there are some exciting changes coming.
I will be moving from Bensenville to a bigger office at 1199 S, Arlington Heights Road in Elk Grove Village. My office will be situated in Grove Memorial Chapel, one of the many chapels to better serve and accommodate my families with their funeral concerns and needs.
I will also be able to conveniently meet you at your residence or one of the many funeral homes that I am associated with in the Northern Suburbs and Chicagoland areas.
I am available 24/7 by phone or if you would like to make an appointment please call me at 630 247-6623 or email me at email@example.com to discuss any of your questions. Please visit my website at Jgeilsfuneralservices.com.
Thank you for your trust and continued support
James W. Geils