Cremation has rapidly grown in popularity over the last decade. Therefore, to keep up with this demand we have perfected our cremation process and have made cremation a staple part of our funeral home. For the most part, our cremation services will differ in terms of the type of ceremony you would like with the actual cremation. Below we have highlighted some of the most common cremation packages people choose.
This is our simplest cremation service available. It does not involve any type of ceremony. Essentially the fee covers the completion of the necessary paperwork, removal of the deceased from the place of death, and the actual cremation of the deceased.
A Memorial Service or Celebration of Life after Cremation
This cremation package includes all the aspects of a direct cremation plus your choice of a memorial service or celebration of life. This option gives family more time to think about the ceremony, the service can be more personalized, and it allows for more flexibility as opposed to a traditional funeral. Often times, families have the memorial service or celebration of life weeks or even months after the death.
Cremation with a Traditional Funeral Service
This is much like our traditional funeral service we offer with burial. It includes a viewing/visitation with an open or closed casket followed by a traditional funeral ceremony usually in a church. A specially-selected cremation casket is used during the visitation. After the funeral, the deceased is then cremated as opposed to being buried. Once the funeral service has concluded the deceased is cremated as opposed to being buried.
We allow for customization and will likely be able to meet any of your specific needs and wishes. We are fairly flexible with our cremation service package in terms of the type of ceremony you would like to have, the funeral products you desire, and any other requests you want to include.
To enhance the service, we offer the following cremation products:
Cremation Urns - These containers are designed to hold cremated remains. We offer a large selection of beautiful urns in a variety of shapes and sizes. We carry urns constructed from bronze, stone, wood, metal or porcelain.
Cremation Caskets - If your family chooses to hold a viewing prior to cremation, we offer a wide variety of alternative containers and caskets to choose from.
What is Cremation?
Even now, when cremation is fast becoming the preferred alternative to burial. People still come to us to learn more about how the cremation process works. If you have ever asked "what is cremation", this page was written for you.
Why Choose Cremation
If you're curious about why more families today are choosing cremation, this page details the various reasons and looks closely at cremation costs.
The Cremation Process
Cremation has been around for centuries but there have been many changes in the process over the last half-century. Today, families can choose either traditional cremation or alkaline hydrolysis.
FAQs About Cremation
This page is dedicated to providing some answers to questions you might have about cremation.