Cremation is increasingly becoming the most common choice of disposition in the United States. People are often unaware that a cremation can share all the aspects and sentiment of traditional services. We offer many memorialization options, all of which can be altered to meet the family’s wishes.
A cremation with funeral service can be completed with a casket viewing, funeral and a burial. A visitation may take place at our funeral home, a cremation chapel or a place of worship. At the conclusion of the funeral service, the deceased is transferred to a crematorium. After the cremation, we can then arrange for a private or public service for the final placement of the remains.
We offer the option of a Memorial Service that can be hosted at our facility, a place of worship – even a home or restaurant. Cremation typically takes place prior to the service, therefore the remains can be present in a selected urn.
With an immediate cremation there is no formal service, visitation or funeral. We can accommodate family members who wish to make an identification or bid a brief farewell. As with all cremations, our staff obtains all legal documentation from the Medical Examiner’s office, files a death certificate with the city and state and then transfers the deceased from place of death to the crematorium.