Our family at Majestic Funeral Homes joins with the Ziglar family to inform those concerned that Mr. Richard Ziglar permanently changed his address from Earth to Glory on Saturday, April 4, 2020 in Burlington, NC.
The Services honoring Mr. Ziglar's legacy will begin with hours of visiting on Sunday, April 12, 2020 between the hours of 1pm and 2pm at Majestic Funeral Home in Elizabethtown, NC. During this time, family and friends can gather and remember better days with Mr. Ziglar while relying on their faith to get them through this difficult time. On Monday, April 13, 2020 commencing at 2pm, a Loving Farewell Ceremony will take place at the Majestic Chapel in Elizabethtown. Following the services in the chapel, Mr. Ziglar's earthen vessel along with his cherished family will be escorted to the New Testament Holiness Church Cemetery in Clarkton, NC for Interment Rites.
Loving memories will always remain in the hearts of those dear to Mr. Ziglar such as his stepfather, Roy Montgomery, Sr., his sister, Janice A. Montgomery, his brothers, Micheal Ziglar, Wayne Montgomery, Robert Montgomery, Ray Montgomery and Roy Montgomery, Jr. and a host of other nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.
The Ziglar and connected families are being genuinely cared for by the Compassionate Professionals of Majestic Funeral Homes.
***Attention ALL EXTENDED FAMILY AND GUESTS***
Governor Roy Cooper has passed yet another Executive Order on Mass Gatherings and has reduced the limit of mourners who can attend a visitation and or funeral service. We are ONLY allowing 25 family members including ministers and staff to attend services and or be present in our establishment at the same time. Our firm is committed to providing professional services to each family that we serve while abiding by all of the rules and regulations issued by our state officials. In an attempt to allow those who can’t be present in person to support those who are grieving, Majestic Funeral Home has implemented “Live Streaming” of all Funeral Services. The Bible teaches us that “the strong shall bare the infirmities of the weak” so we feel allowing guests to view the funeral ceremonies with our families in “Real-Time” even if from afar will help those who have lost a loved one find solace knowing others still care. Please select the obituary of the loved one you wish to view services for and the option to watch service “Live” will appear.
God Bless each of you during this trying time in all of our lives.
Eric & Terri Matthews
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