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Voted Best Funeral Home

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Forest Lake Night at Target Field

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Providing Comfort to Connecticut

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As a signature service, we provide a comfort meal to the families we serve.  With the recent tragedy in Newtown, CT, we partnered with SympathyFood.com to provide comfort meals to families impacted.  “This is an event that many in our profession are wondering how we can help,” says Kelly Roberts, Managing Partner.  “It seems natural for us to extend the same gesture that we provide locally to the families we serve.”

Unique Services Honoring Unique Lives

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When a traditional funeral just doesn’t seem appropriate…consider having one of our unique One Last Time Events.  At Roberts Family Funeral Home, we have created a suite of very unique memorial services specifically designed for families who are looking to celebrate the life of their loved one in a truly memorable way.

Operation Sweaters for Veterans

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We are participating in Operation Sweaters for Veterans. Beginning Monday Nov. 12th thur Wed. Nov. 21st will be collecting gently used sweaters & gloves to donate to Veterans who live in Veterans homes.

Webcasting

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We have a simple solution to allow all family & friends to be a part of the memorial event LIVE via the internet.

Symbols of Our Freedom

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This picture says it all  . . .

Eagle at Fort Snelling National Cemetery August 10, 2011

Having an American Bald Eagle perched on a veteran’s marker at Fort Snelling has incredible Memorial Day symbolism.  Think of our symbol of freedom, an eagle, hovering over this national cemetery – a hallowed ground for many unsung heroes.  Fort Snelling is such a humbling place to visit.  I try to imagine each soldier that rests here serving our country.  How old was this soldier when he or she served?  Did this soldier’s life end on the battle field?  How did this soldier adjust to life after being honorably discharged?  Does this soldier’s family know the dangers that were faced fighting for our freedom?  How do I say thank you today for the gift of freedom?  The strength and the keen eye of the eagle seem to be protecting those who have protected us.

Every 15 Minutes

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Kelly Roberts and Rebecca Nelson with Forest Lake Fire personnel.

Every 15 Minutes someone dies in the United States as a result of a alcohol related traffic accident, which was this years theme for the Mock Crash and Mock Funeral.  A two day event at Forest Lake High School just before prom to bring awareness to the consequences of drinking and driving.  A thank you to Forest Lake Fire, Forest Lake Police, Fairview Lakes Medical Center, North Memorial EMT, Dan’s Towing, LATV 10, Forest Lake High School, and to all the students who participated for making this event a reality.  A special thank you to Forest Lake Police Officer, Jon Glader for bringing the annual mock crash to a significant impactful level.

Growing Through Loss

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BBQ & Twins Baseball

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