Cremation Arrangement Options
Please review the funeral arrangement options before viewing the cremation arrangement information, as all of the funeral options are available to families choosing cremation.
One of the major misconceptions about cremation is that there cannot be any type of funeral or service honoring the deceased's life. Cremation, like burial and entombment is nothing more than a form of final disposition. We can provide for all of your needs concerning cremation. We offer low cost direct/immediate cremations as well as traditional funeral options, which can include a viewing and funeral ceremony followed by cremation. We can also arrange and handle memorial services which take place after cremation. Special assistance and guidance is also provided in arranging for services focusing on the celebration of life.
As cremation specialists we provide the following services specifically for cremation:
Caskets and containers which may be used for the cremation process include:
Traditional wood caskets
Cremation caskets which are specifically designed for the cremation process
Alternative containers which are minimum containers designed for direct/immediate cremation
A comprehensive selection of urns manufactured from a wide variety of materials such as: Bronze, Hardwood, Marble, Ceramic, Pewter, Stainless Steel, Glass and synthetic materials.
A selection of urn vaults, which are outer receptacles to be used when ground burial of cremated remains, is selected. Urn vaults are lined with a variety of materials such as Bronze, Cooper, Stainless Steel, ABS Marbelon, ABS Trilon and Strentex. These are the same materials that burial vaults are constructed from.
For additional information on our cremation related products please visit the Caskets, Vaults and Urns section.
Please remember that by selecting cremation you have many options to choose from concerning services offered by our funeral homes and merchandise. Cremation does not limit your options. It can be as simple or elaborate, as you may want.
To find answers to frequently asked questions concerning cremation visit the cremation FAQ section. If you would like further information concerning cremation, please call, visit, or e-mail us.
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