A Letter to Our Community Regarding COVID-19


Amidst a quickly changing environment surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic we want to update and share with you how we are continually adapting to best serve you and our community. As of Tuesday, March 19, 2020, Gov. Tony Evers has ordered a ban on all gatherings of 10 people or more. This presents a clear challenge in gathering family and friends for visitations and funerals. Given the value a funeral holds in initiating the healing process of grief, we are striving to accommodate families’ requests in every way possible. We will continue to make proactive decisions as we learn more about the corona virus and take responsible actions that are grounded in care and service to our families.

We are still holding private services at our funeral home and at the graveside where immediate family can lay their loved ones to rest, held in accordance with current federal and state mandates on gathering size. Public services can still be held at a later date when guidelines become less restrictive as we want to ensure the health and safety of all people in attendance.

We will continue to sit down with you to plan funeral arrangements or, if you are more comfortable, we can do this via teleconference. Amidst the current health concerns, we don’t want you to lose sight of the importance a funeral has. Each family deserves the opportunity to mourn their loss and honor the life of their loved one.

In these uncertain times, we want you to feel assured and have the peace of mind that our professional and caring staff is here to serve you. We stand by to address any concerns or questions you may have – we are a phone call away, 920-452-7711. Be well.


Reinbold-Novak Funeral Home