Many families are unaware that cremation offers them the same opportunities to honor their loved ones with memorial services and permanent remembrances as burial does. Those choices are explained in this section.
- A Layman’s Guide To CremationToday more families and individuals are choosing cremation for final disposition than ever before. Their reasons for this choice can range from religious beliefs, to family history, to financial considerations. Years ago, cremation was seen as “just cremation”. Families would hear a family member say, “just cremate me.” What many families didn’t realize then was
- Cremation and Permanent Remembrances: A New World of ChoicesYears ago, cremation was seen as “just cremation.” Families would hear a family member say, “just cremate me.” What many families didn’t realize then was that such an approach could limit the ability of the family and friends to fully say goodbye to a loved one, and to successfully move through the grieving process. At
- Urns & RemembranceFor families who select cremation as a final disposition choice, the opportunity to capture their loved one’s personality in both a casket and an urn is present. For many families, urns can become one of their most emotional, inspiring and treasured works of art and every family member can share in this revelation. Urns are
- 5 Things Many Families Don’t Know About Cremation1. Cremation does not limit your funeral choices. Our research shows that many families aren’t aware of all the choices they have for saying goodbye to loved ones. You can be as creative in planning the way you want to say goodbye to your loved one as you wish. Cremation or Burial, your services should