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Cremation Services

Cremation only refers to the manner in which you or your loved one has chosen to deal with the physical remains. We wholeheartedly suggest that you hold a funeral or memorial service when cremation is chosen; not only is a service important to honor your loved one, but it is also an important part of your and your family's healing process. Your need for such a healing experience is not lessened by the decision to be cremated.

Cremation does not limit the ways you can honor your loved one's life. We hope that you will contact us to discuss the wide variety of celebratory options open to you.

We offer three cremation choices: Traditional, Visitation, and Memorial.

The Traditional option allows the family to have visitation, select a casket of their choice, and hold a traditional funeral service in the chapel or church of their choice. This option includes:

  • Professional services
  • Embalming and other preparations
  • Initial transfer of the remains to the funeral home
  • Transportation to the crematory
  • Crematory charges
  • Use of facilities for visitation
  • Memorial book
  • Acknowledgement cards
  • Food register book
  • Service at chapel or church
  • Casket of choice

The Visitation option gives family and friends the opportunity to pay their respects by having a night of visitation at the funeral home prior to the cremation. This option includes:

  • Professional services
  • Embalming and other preparations
  • Initial transfer of the remains to the funeral home
  • Transportation to the crematory
  • Crematory charges
  • Use of facilities for visitation
  • Memorial book
  • Acknowledgment cards
  • Food register book
  • Casket of choice

The Memorial option allows for a service for family and friends to attend in the chapel, church of your choice, or graveside service, after the cremation process is performed. This option includes:

  • Professional services
  • Other preparations
  • Initial transfer of the remains to the funeral home
  • Transportation to the crematory
  • Use of the hearse for transporting to the crematory
  • Memorial book
  • Acknowledgement cards
  • Food register book
  • Crematory charges
  • Service at chapel, church, or cemetery after the cremation is complete