We receive many letters from the families we've served, thanking us for our caring ways during their time of loss. Their words warm our hearts, and speak to you of our professionalism, compassion, and the true value of the services we provide.
July 18, 2012
For more than 70 years our family has chosen Deisler Funeral Home to remember and celebrate the lives of our beloved family and friends. Since I was very young, I remember attending funeral services at their location on Federal and over the years have become pleased with their services. As I have gotten older, I have often been put at the lead of planning these services for my parents, siblings and extended family. Every time I call or enter Deisler Funeral Home I am immediately put at ease and reassured that they have everything covered. Their staff is always professional, while also being sensitive and caring to the needs of our family in the time of a loss. Jenny is often one of the first people I call after a loved one passes and she always gives me comfort and an open ear and arms as a friend, not just as an employee. Whether I am calling for pre-planning arrangements or experiencing a sudden loss, they are always available, helpful and knowledgeable to provide us with a personalized service that fits our family's needs. They care for and respect life, both eternal and those that are suffering a loss. In our most recent loss this past January, Jason and Jenny provided our family with comfort and support during the death of my brother. When they were called, they dropped everything and met with us and talked with us for hours to develop a service and plan that fit the wishes of my brother and the entire family. They even found his favorite song "take me out to the ballgame" to play as service ended and let his best friend, Buck (his dog) come to say goodbye. For their personalized care, attention to detail and caring spirit I highly recommend Deisler Funeral Home to all of my friends and family in their time of loss.Connie Gnotek
July 10, 2012
On July 22, 2012 will be exactly a year ago that I lost my grandpa Jerry. The same guy I spent most of my summers with while growing up, the same guy who took me everyday to get a slurpee and a Carmel apple lollipop, the same guy that meant the world to me and the rest of my family. He was such a great guy! It was hard to hear he had cancer but even harder to find out he passed away. To this day our family does not want to accept he is gone physically nor does a day go by that he is not on our minds. The only ease that we have is that the funeral home directors have become apart of our family. Thinking it was the worst time in life to meet someone and how could that person take my grandpa away forever turned into something more special. I hear everyday how special Jason, Pari, and Jenny are to my grandma Linda and I appreciate it more than words could ever say. They are amazing people with such kind hearts. They were there for my family from day one and have not left my grandma's side since. For everything you have done since the beautiful funeral you honored my grandpa to uplifting my grandmas heart, I would like to thank you! Thank you for everything you have rejoiced my family with. We appreciate you and will never forget what you have done for this family. Brooke ParasilitiBrooke Parasiliti
July 10, 2012
On Thursday, July 21st. 2011, my family and I were sitting in my husband's Hospice room with the words we just heard being told to us. What we were told was the most traumatizing words I ever wanted to hear. "Jerry only has a little longer to live." What disbelief fell over our faces! I was asked if I had a funeral home to call, and all I could do is say, "NO!" My sister and I went back in Jerry's room and started scanning the phone book for funeral homes. I was mortified! How was I going to make it without Jerry? My sister had her speaker phone on so I could give her answers to their questions. She called one of the funeral homes in Saginaw. When I heard the man talking to her with no sympathy or cares at all, I just shook my head no! Next, she called Deisler Funeral Home. The Funeral Director that answered the phone sounded too good to be true! (What a difference). He told my sister his name, Jason Wright. Jason sounded so kind, caring and compassionate as he answered her questions fully. She looked over at me for an answer and I said, "For sure!" He then wanted to speak to me, I was scared at first, and she said, "He needs to talk to you, “Well, it turned out to be so easy to talk to Jason. He was just phenomenal! He told me Cartwright would call him, when it was time. The next morning at 10:00, the most devastating thing happened, Jerry died. The nurse called Deisler Funeral Home right away, and within a short time I saw this tall young handsome gentleman coming toward me. I thought no way, this couldn't be Jason. Any other funerals I've attended have always had older grouchy men as funeral directors. Jason explained everything that he was going to do in such a loving caring way, and said he was sorry. That afternoon, my children, grandchildren and myself went to the funeral home to plan Jerry's funeral. We were met at the door with the most welcoming smile! It made my heart feel so safe, and my family felt the love too! The funeral home was beautiful as well as everybody that worked there! We were treated with the utmost respect, love and kindness! Which, I will NEVER forget. I was told to call if I need anything. Not too many places would tell you that. The whole ordeal of doing the paper work, planning the service, picking out a Urn and explaining about the caskets was done so professional, with love, concern and kindness. I refer everybody I know to Deisler Funeral Home and will continue! Thank-you to: Jason A. Wright, Jennifer Rauschert, Pari Sitarski, Thomas Deisler; and Don Rigda! Love to you all, for the wonderful services you do. I respect and appreciate everyone of you! Linda BlankLinda Blank