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Cremation Code of Ethics



  1. Safeguarding personal identity.
  2. To ensure security, a personal identification band is placed on your loved ones at the moment they are received into our care.
  3. Tracking system.
  4. Your loved one is logged into our tracking system and assigned an identification number, which is stamped into a stainless steel identification disc. This number is used to track every phase of the Dallas cremation process.
  5. Positive identification.
  6. Your loved one is positively identified at the place of removal as well as by a photograph the family provides. Other forms of identification can also be used, such as tattoos, scars, birthmarks.
  7. Cremation assurance process.
  8. Two individuals, a cremation specialist and a licensed funeral director will review all cremation paperwork and sign the cremation order prior to the cremation. We record the name of your loved one, the date and time of the cremation, identification number, crematory operator's name, as well as additional information regarding the cremation in our cremation log book. The crematory documents and stainless steel identification disc are placed on the inside of the cremation chamber during the cremation process.
  9. After the cremation.
  10. After the cremation in Dallas & Fort Worth is complete, the cremated remains are placed with the stainless steel identification disc into an urn. The identification disc number is placed into our permanent files.
  11. Receiving cremated remains.
  12. Our staff will notify you to schedule a time for receipt of the cremated remains. At this time we will provide a dignified setting in which to receive the urn.

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