Because we own and operate our crematory, your loved one never leaves the care of our certified crematory operators. Identification procedures are in place to ensure the highest level of care. Our state-of-the-art facility allows family members to be present during the cremation if desired.
Are you considering cremation? Whether for personal, spiritual, convenience, or other reasons, we can help you decide whether cremation is right for you. You'll find that choosing cremation opens up endless possibilities for expressing the beauty and the gifts of an individual life, with a myriad of choices for creating a personalized life commemoration.
To help families make informed decisions, we take the time to educate you on your different cremation options as well as the memorial selections we offer, including cremation urns, urn vaults, and keepsake urns.
Cremation Service Options
Traditional Funeral with Viewing & Cremation
This service is just like a Traditional Funeral Service, except cremation will follow the funeral ceremony instead of a casketed burial. Following the viewing, service, or ceremony and eventual cremation, the cremated remains can be buried, properly scattered, or returned to the family for safe keeping.
Cremation with Memorial Service
You may wish to proceed with cremation and then hold a memorial service or "Life Celebration" after the cremation process is complete. At the ceremony, an urn or other memorial items like pictures and memorabilia is often displayed.
Cremation without Ceremony
A cremation without ceremony can be arranged for immediate disposition of the body. In most cases however, there is no better way to start the grieving process effectively than to hold some type of ceremony. Ceremonies or "gatherings or celebrations" can occur at a church, a funeral home or other location.
Please contact us today to discuss your cremation service options.