Saturday, August 14th, 9 til noon

Lyon-DeWitt-Berry Funeral Home

Shredding is free but donations to


will be accepted

You know how it is, you filed your taxes and you added that stack of last years records to a file cabinet or box with all those from prior years.  If you are like me, you have files and records that are old enough to vote.  You know you should get rid of old records, but how?  Throwing them in the trash is not safe because they contain information that someone could use for their gain.  Burning them is an option but is not good for the environment and not very successful?  Did you ever try to burn a stack of paper?  It’s hard to destroy it all because it’s all stacked together and burning a page at a time is a slow process.  Shredding in a home or office style shredder is also a slow process two or three pages at a time.

As a public service and to assist Green River Ministries, Lyon-DeWitt-Berry Funeral Home is sponsoring a Shred Day, from 9 a.m. until noon on Saturday, April 14th at 503 East Main Street.  A professional shredding truck will be onsite to securely destroy your old paper documents.

The service will be free, but we do ask for a monetary or non-perishable food donation to Green River Ministries to aid in their service to the community.  Shredding will be limited to five file size boxes per person so that we can accommodate everyone in the allotted time.