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Patriotic Cot Cover: ShareLife providers use a patriotic cot cover to honor Veterans when taking their remains into their care.

Honor Coaches are available at select locations.

ShareLife locations offer a flag of retirement for Veterans.

Honor the Veteran in your life by calling, (336) 355-7640.
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A Letter to My Community

At Lambeth Troxler Funeral & Cremation Services, we are completely community centered. We pride ourselves on being the only provider in the area with a staff dedicated to community outreach. We support many churches, charities and civic organizations, and many of our programs are free of charge.

Steve Blackwell

Manager

Lambeth Troxler Funeral & Cremation Services

Open Letter

Community Events

  • Apr. 27 12-12AM
    Police Time Capsule Project

    Public Invited to Submit Items for Police Time Capsule Public Information Officer Susan Danielsen from Greensboro Police Department The Greensboro Police Department, in partnership with Lambeth-Troxler Funeral & Cremation Service, is inviting members of the public to submit items to be placed in a time capsule to be opened 100 years from now. (Watch the video here https://youtu.be/FnKYjKgSGOk) The time capsule will bring together a collection of personal memorabilia that reflects the current cultural climate of police and community relations. Such memorabilia can include art, photos, letters, essays, poems, or songs, for example. A second capsule, containing objects chosen by GPD employees, will be buried alongside the capsule containing items submitted by the public. These items include: a body worn camera, badge, patch, photos, CSI items, and a letter from Chief Scott to the chief of police serving in 2117. “Through the objects placed in these time capsules, we are sending messages to future generations about how our officers and our profession were perceived during this time in our city’s history,” said Chief Wayne Scott. “Every object in the time capsule will tell a story. Collectively, those stories will provide an emotional context for what it was like to be an officer and a community member in Greensboro.” Size restrictions of the capsules limit the number of memorabilia that can be placed inside them. “We don’t want the limited space to deter people from submitting objects to be placed in the capsule,” said Jenny Caviness, Manager of GPD’s Office of Community Engagement. “Every item that is submitted to us will either go in the capsule or on display in our headquarters.” A committee of police employees and community members will evaluate each item to determine if it will go in the capsule or on display. Caviness will notify contributors of the artifacts that will be placed in the capsule, and invite them to the burial ceremony. Guidelines for time capsule submissions, a release form, and judging criteria are located at www.gsopd.org. The idea for the time capsule was proposed by Steve Blackwell, managing partner of Lambeth-Troxler Funeral & Cremation Service more than a year ago. His donation of two engraved cremation vaults to serve as the time capsules will ensure contents are protected from external elements. “With the time capsule, what better way to celebrate life than capturing and preserving the essence of our police department’s vital role and responsibility in protecting life now and in the future,” said Blackwell. Blackwell is also contributing a plaque to mark the location of the time capsules and indicate the date they are to be opened. The time capsule will be registered with the International Time Capsule Society. Shared with all areas in Greensboro Police Department in General

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  • May. 28 4-4PM
    It's About Life.... A Death Defying Film Series

    Join us on Sunday, February 26, 2017 at 4:00 PM in our ShareLife Community Room as we begin our new film series. This film series is being sponsored by Death Cafe', Cafe' Mortal and Creative Aging Network-NC in partnership with Lambeth-Troxler Community Care. This noncommercial-no solicitation program is being offered free of charge as each movie will be presented followed by facilitated discussion. Popcorn provided! We look forward to seeing you!

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A Letter to My
Community Family,

We care. It’s the foundation of our commitment to the community of Greensboro and has been since Lambeth Troxler was established in 1954. As an extension of your family, your needs become ours at a significant moment in life. We ease your burden so that you can focus solely on celebrating your loved one’s life and preserving special memories with comfort and peace of mind.

Our dedicated staff is very involved with events in the community. We feel that it is important to be active in the area that we serve, and have several programs throughout the year that support our neighbors. We honor the members of the community who keep us safe by having a First Responders Program and honor the lives lost with an annual 9-11 Remembrance Service. We are also pleased to be the only funeral home in the area that offers a flag retirement program where we honor our fallen Veterans by placing a donated flag with them when they are buried or cremated.

We are here for you every step of the way, providing you with the comfort and strength to move forward with the attention, respect and honor that you deserve. We are sensitive in your time of need and honor your desires for celebrating your loved one’s life.

Gratefully,
Steve Blackwell

Lambeth Troxler Funeral & Cremation Services
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