All About Cremation
Preparing your loved one’s remains for ceremony.
Many people are choosing to cremate, but that doesn’t mean they have to sacrifice the healing, traditional elements of a burial or create a different type of ceremony. Let us help you create a memorial onsite—because it’s helpful for many families to have a physical marker of remains. We can provide a range of flowers and décor accessories so you can best reflect your loved one at a service and much beyond.
Graveside Funeral Services
Create a permanent gathering place for your loved one's cremated remains, where loved ones can honor and reminisce.
Most of our clients want the ease of cremation, without sacrificing ceremonies and a permanent resting place to be remembered. We can guide you through the service possibilities for your loved one's cremated remains, including an outdoor graveside funeral. Personalize your loved one's service to honor them, through military honors, celebration tributes, masonic rights or religious leadership. No matter what your wishes, we want to help them come to light.
Healing ceremonies that pay tribute to your loved one.
A beautiful service that is held at the cemetery, following a funeral at the mortuary chapel or your place of religious worship. Gather around your loved one's cremated remains to commemorate their life and honor the memories shared. This symbolic service is a beautiful step forward in the healing process, and can accompany many end of life options.
We can help you memorialize a loved one when scattering ashes.
This act can be an important way to begin to let go and it can be a creative, thoughtful reflection of your loved one. From sending remains in to space to letting them go at sea, we can help you plan a unique way to memorialize a life through scattering cremated remains.
Design a Cremation as Unique as The Life Lived
When choosing cremation, the options to share our loved one life are limitless. Let us walk you through the possibilities as you choose the right service for your loved one.
Types of Cremation Memorials
Design a way to house cremated remains that expresses a life and gratifies the living.
A permanent resting place is something to consider carefully. Ask yourself about the kind of design that would best commemorate the life lost and provide a fitting place for family and friends to gather at a service and many years to come. Cremated remains should have a permanent memorial site.