A gift to your family, sparing them hard decisions at an emotional time.
It is not always possible to pay respects in person, so we hope that this small token will help.
Offer a gift of comfort and beauty to a family suffering from loss.
Complete Cremation Service
Cremation is not a final form of disposition, but rather a preparation. This service will be just like a Complete Funeral Service except cremation will follow instead of the casketed burial. This can be accommodated by the use of a cremation casket (casket that is designed to be cremated) or even a rental casket may be used.
Memorial Service with Cremation
A memorial service is a form of a funeral service where the body is immediately cremated and the cremated remains are present at the funeral service. A family can choose to have the cremated remains of their loved one present at the funeral home or another location in a formal or informal setting for the memorial service.
If a family would desire to have the cremated remains present for the memorial service, they have the option to purchase an urn from the funeral home.
Immediate Cremation Service
When direct cremation is selected as a means for final disposition, no services are offered with this option. Following the cremation process, the cremated remains are given to the family to be inurned at a cemetery, scattered at a designated site(s) by the family members or returned to the family for safe keeping. The family also has the option to purchase an urn, keepsakes and/or urn vault to be used as they wish for inurnment or for display. The Immediate Cremation can be arranged as an immediate disposition of the body, but is most often followed by a memorial service at the church, funeral home or other locations. We recommend that if you select an immediate cremation, that you are allowed a time, if possible, to privately view your loved one as a family. Having some type of service or ceremony is also a key factor to a healthy recovery of a loss due to a death.