From the Ragsdale Family and Staff:
What we’re doing to keep families safe.
Our thoughts and prayers are with all our families as the coronavirus continues to impact the welfare of people throughout the world. We know it’s on top of everyone’s mind . We see it in the types of calls we receive, we hear it at funeral services and small group gatherings; and most of all, we feel it in the concern our families share when facing the impending loss of a loved one.
we want you to know that we are here for you and we are keeping the health and well-being of our families, our team and our community at the core of every decision we make to keep our families and our team safe and our facilities clean and sanitized.
We are monitoring the situation daily and have taken steps to ensure everyone’s safety when you are here.
As of today, we have taken the following precautions:
Our Daily office hours are reduced at this time, 10am-4pm Monday through Friday (No Weekend office hours until further notice)
Our phones are still answered 24/7 for urgent calls.
Cleaning & Sanitation Procedures
We are sanitizing our chapels after a service has been held and our gathering and meeting spaces after each use -- no matter the number of people in attendance.
All areas and surfaces of the funeral home are sanitized on a daily basis in line with the guidelines from the CDC.
Hand sanitizer and tissues have been placed throughout the funeral home and within the park. And we are using sanitizing hand soap in the restrooms.
All of our team members are following CDC hand washing and sanitizing guidelines, maintaining proper distancing when possible and staying home when showing any signs of illness.
Funeral Services & Gatherings
Current limit of people attending services is 10. (these mandates are changing daily)
All events and gatherings currently planned have either been adapted, postponed or cancelled to ensure that social distancing can be maintained.
Funeral arrangements and pre-planning meetings can now be conducted over the phone, email, or facetime/Video Phone chat apps at your request.
While we are taking critical steps to maintain the health and safety of everyone who comes into our funeral home or walks onto our property, it’s important that families also adhere to the guidelines set by the CDC to reduce the risk of getting sick and spreading the virus to others.
As of April 4, 2020 San Diego County now requires all business persons and public while conducting face to face business to wear a minimum of a cloth mask/bandana.
Thank you and stay safe