Everyone always has a lot of questions when it comes to death and their mortality.
We have created a directory of questions and answers for you to review.
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If you feel that you have questions left unanswered then please Ask our Funeral Director a question anytime.
Are you in the process of considering your final disposition?
Whether to choose between Burial or Cremation?
We have created a list of common Questions and Answers to help you when considering Cremation as an option.
If you have any questions left unanswered, please feel free to contact us.
Have you recently experienced the loss of a loved one?
- Are you feeling alone and wondering what you should do?
- Do you find yourself asking, is this normal?
We understand that you may feel alone when dealing with Grief, and we want to provide you a library of information to help you at your time of need.
Also, your not alone to deal with your loss. Contact us anytime.
Have you considered this question about Cremation?
What is involved with cremation – can it be done right away?
Cremation is a form of final disposition for your loved one. There are many options for the final disposition of the urn that will hold the cremated remains.
With cremation there are legal requirements and documents that need to be completed. Once all of this documentation is in order the cremation will take place, usually within 2 – 5 days. The funeral home will look after these necessary requirements. Public or private services can be held before or after cremation.