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Cremation Q&A

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With cremation, your options are numerous. The cremains can be interred in a cemetery plot, i.e., earth burial, retained by a family member, usually in an urn, scattered on private property, or at a place that was significant to the deceased. (It would always be advisable to check for local regulations regarding scattering in a public place-your the funeral director can help you with this.)

Today, there are many different types of memorial options from which to choose. Memorialization is a time-honored tradition that has been practiced for centuries. A memorial serves as a tribute to a life lived and provides a focal point for remembrance, as well as a record for future generations. The type of memorial you choose is a personal decision.

CONCERNS ABOUT CREMATION

We have developed the most rigorous set of operating policies and procedures in order to maximize our level of quality and minimize the potential for human error. Positive identification of the deceased is assured throughout each stage of the cremation process. We only allow certified professionals to operate our cremation equipment.

QUESTIONS ABOUT URNS, CASKETS EMBALMING

Yes, your loved one may be seen prior to cremation without embalming in most cases. There are circumstances, such as an autopsy, organ donation, or significant trauma, which might make embalming necessary if a viewing is desired. Talk to one of our funeral directors for more information on viewing or visitation.

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