- PlourdeFull Name: Clarence PlourdeDate of Death:
- CochranFull Name: Sandra J. CochranDate of Death:
- RuestFull Name: Ronald J. RuestDate of Death:
- OuelletteFull Name: Cecile OuelletteDate of Death:
- BeaulieuFull Name: Elsie BeaulieuDate of Death:
- JandreauFull Name: Norma M. JandreauDate of Death:
- TarboxFull Name: Kristopher R. TarboxDate of Death:
- LebelFull Name: Corine D. LebelDate of Death:
- CilleyFull Name: Jacqueline CilleyDate of Death:
- StubbsFull Name: Darrell H. StubbsDate of Death:
the focus of Mockler Funeral Home has been family service
Mockler Funeral Home has been committed to providing the citizens of Caribou, New Sweden, Stockholm, Limestone, Woodland, Perham and Washburn with the same thoughtful, caring and personal service for many years. Since 1920, it has been our pleasure and honor to assist your family at a very difficult time. Our family is here for your family when the need arises. When you call Mockler Funeral Home, someone in the Mockler family or one of our fine staff will always answer your phone call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our long-standing reputation within the community affirms our dedication to serving our area with the finest of care and services for years to come.
As of Wednesday, March 18, 2020 Governor Janet Mills has prohibited the gathering of more than 10 people within the state of Maine indefinitely. Funeral and memorial services fall under gatherings which are prohibited – especially since many funeral attendees are in the age group most effected by the COVID-19 virus. We will be looking into alternatives to having large in-person gatherings on a case by case basis with each family that we are called to serve.
We want to assure you that as always, we are constantly cleaning and taking measures to help prevent the spread of any potential illness. As a member of both the National Funeral Directors Association and the Maine Funeral Directors Association, we are receiving the latest government and industry updates as well as those from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and World Health Organization’s statements regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).We have always used cleaning and disinfecting protocols to clean our funeral home, entrance area and restrooms after each service with particular attention paid to high touch items like knobs, faucets and chairs. We will now be cleaning these high traffic areas during public services to guard against the spread of this virus.
We will also be working closely with area Clergy and churches, to comply with any and all policies that they may have in place.
Proper and frequent hand washing is vital to help combat the spread of viruses. Remember that cleanliness starts with this simple act.
In an effort to minimize direct contact, we ask that you consider avoiding shaking hands or physical contact with the members of the family you are here to visit.
We request that guests who are experiencing any cold or flu-like symptoms including fever, cough and shortness of breath or have been in contact with or have recently traveled to any of the affected countries refrain from visiting the funeral home at this time and utilize our online register book to express a condolence. The condolences for each person may be located by clicking on their obituary listing on our website.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at (207) 492-9385