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Types of Funeral Services
Traditional Funeral Services
Abbreviated (one-day visitation/funeral)
Funeral services held in our funeral chapel, with a brief visitation or remembrance, just prior to the service, typically all done in one day.
Alternative (Memorial Service, Celebration Service)
A service held generally after the cremation or burial. These services are held quite often days or even months after the death.
Cremation (with or without visitation/funeral services)
Allows any or all of the options above. The remains are cremated either following services or before the services at the family choice. Burial - scattering of cremains can be done either in private or with public ceremony.
Cremation dates back to ancient times and is a common form of final disposition among a great many people. If you are considering cremation, you need to know about the many options available to you through our Funeral Home. When making cremation arrangements, keep in mind, you have unlimited options for memorialization. The most important thing is to create a farewell event that is meaningful and satisfying to you and others who will participate. Remember, there is no "standard" cremation arrangement. We have the experience to assist you in developing a customized cremation service that is "just right" for you and your family.
Variety of Options/Services:
Many people believe that choosing cremation means limiting your options. This is not the case. There is a wide variety of services and merchandise available to you. Most families choose to hold services, which help the bereaved cope with the loss of a loved one. Services or ceremonies can precede or follow the actual cremation. Prior to cremation there may be a gathering, which may be either public or private, with an open or closed casket. When the service follows the cremation, a receptacle (or urn) containing the cremated remains may take a place of prominence. Following the ceremony, the final disposition of the cremated remains takes place. Cremation offers families choices for final disposition of the cremated remains and with cremation, you have the opportunity to select from a wide array of caskets, urns and keepsake memorials.