A loving touch that is always at the ready

Jean Wesolowski is a Bereavement Counselor from her church near Sax-Tiedemann Funeral Home. Their services are available to every family that has experienced a loss. Visitation services can be very large or very small, and everywhere in-between. Bereavement Counselors are special kinds of people who understand their roles to the families they are there to comfort and serve during a painful and difficult time.

Jean is there to represent the “parish family” or “congregation family” that has a special relationship with your loved one. Having your friends of faith around you is a comfort to families. They are there to grieve together, pray together and celebrate the life of someone who will be missed by family, friends and fellow worshipers alike. Their blessed mission is to be there for families, and they are. Their role varies depending on the service. Their presence is always appreciated. They are a special and gifted group who understand what to do, how to do it, and when to do it. The professionals at Sax-Tiedemann are in constant touch with Jean and other Bereavement Counselors who can help when you need them.

For information about pre-need or at-need services, please call 847-678-1950 or email us by clicking info@sax-tiedemann.com We’re very happy to provide a tour of our facilities to any family who would like to visit us.

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