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Covid 19 Guidelines for funeral visitations and services

IF YOU NEED TO MEET WITH ANYONE ON OUR STAFF YOU MUST CALL AHEAD OF TIME AND SET AN APPOINTMENT.
Because of Social Distancing Requirements for Indoor Gathering, each person entering the facility must observe the following requirements:
1. Please do not enter if you feel sick, have a fever, runny nose, soar throat or are coughing. 
2. Masks are required for entry. 
3. Please wash your hands upon entry. 
4. Please refrain from shaking hands or offering hugs to anyone. 
5. No more than 25 people allowed in the gathering space with the family during  visitation and/or service. 
Funeral Services should only be attended by immediate family members until such time when the Order has been lifted.
Finally, your cooperation in this matter is deeply appreciated as we all make little sacrifices to protect those we love. 

NO UNSCHEDULED MEETINGS — APPOINTMENT ONLY
We remain available to our clients, 24 hours a day, by phone (810) 231-0200

On Sunday November 15th, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced an extensive set of new restrictions aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19 in the state. The Gatherings and Face Mask Order (the “Order”), issued by Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (“MDHHS”), reinstates numerous protocols first implemented by the Governor through executive order earlier in the year. The order takes effect at 12:00 a.m. Wednesday, November 18th and remains in force through December 8th.

Click here for a summary of the Executive Order.

See section 2, subsection C, part 10. Number of persons per funeral gathering. See sections 7, 8 and 9 for guidelines on face coverings

Funeral Services should only be attended by immediate family members until such time when the Order has been lifted.


On behalf of our families who are experiencing a loss during this unprecedented period in our communities, we want to thank you for your willingness to offer your love and support. Because of government restrictions, you may want to consider alternative ways to make a meaningful connection with the family besides attending their visitation and service. Some of these ways may include: 

  • Sign their guestbook at www. borekjennings.com
  • Leave a message of comfort on their loved one’s Tribute Wall at www.borekjennings.com
  • Send a sympathy card or make phone call
  • Make a memorial contribution to their charity of choice
  • Send a floral gift
  • Touch base on social media
  • Call 877-231-7900 (a private service of Borek Jennings) and leave a recorded message for the family Send a personal note sharing a special story about their loved one.

Finally, this unprecedented period is rapidly unfolding and we are diligently working to cooperate with government restrictions to ensure the needs of our families are being met. Your cooperation in this matter is deeply appreciated as we all make little sacrifices to protect and care for those we love.

Todd Borek and Karl Jennings