Whether because of personal beliefs, cost or perhaps environmental concerns, cremation is becoming an increasingly common choice. Cremation does not limit your ability to personalize and celebrate the life of your loved one. Whether you choose cremation or burial, many counselors recommend some form of a closure ceremony to help mourners begin the healing process.
You may plan any type of gathering with a cremation service. Visitations may be held with or without the body of your loved one present. A funeral service may be planned prior to cremation, or a memorial service may be held after cremation has taken place.
We offer a number of options for various styles and budgets. Our selection includes wood, ceramic, marble, cultured marble, or sculptural pieces. Whether you will be keeping or burying the urn should be a deciding factor when choosing an urn. A funeral director can explain your options and the benefits of the choices.