We provide families who select cremation with the same variety of choices that accompany a traditional interment:
Memorial services, gatherings, visitations may all still be arranged.
Cremation does not limit your ability to spend time with the body of your loved one or hold a meaningful ceremony. You may have a visitation period and a funeral service prior to the cremation. Or your family may spend time privately before cremation, followed by a public ceremony. When the cremation process is complete, you may choose to keep the cremated remains in a beautiful urn, or in keepsake lockets for members of the family. Or, you might request disposal at sea, or scattering in a place that has special meaning. We are happy to answer any questions about the beautiful commemorative choices that accompany the cremation process. Listed below are cremation options you can choose from when arranging to celebrate the life of your loved one.
A personalized life commemoration with both a visitation and planned ceremonial events. With a complete service you can have a visitation and a funeral for your loved one at the funeral home or church and then cremation follow.
A memorial service is much like a traditional funeral service but with an urn present. This allows family and friends to visit and share memories followed by a service.
Single Day with Visitation
Single day with visitation gives an opportunity for family and friends to come togther in a planned tribute to a loved one prior to the cremation.
A direct cremation is when cremation takes place first then ashes are returned to family in a minimum container and no services are held.