Funeral Homes Calgary AB
Whether looking for Affordable Funeral Services or Cremation Options, Calgary Crematorium & Funeral Services can service and cater to the families located in Calgary AB and surrounding areas such as Crossfield and Carstairs AB.
Calgary AB Funeral Homes
While there are many other reputable Funeral Homes serving families in Calgary AB, Calgary Crematorium & Funeral Services is there for you and stands by you every step of the way to ensure we give your loved one an honorable Funeral Service.
Allow Calgary Crematorium & Funeral Services the chance to serve your family. Contact us today to learn more about our Affordable Funeral & Cremation Options.
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Have you ever asked these questions?
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.
Can I see my loved one before they are cremated?
Yes, at the time of the funeral arrangements, the family will be advised that a private or public viewing may be set for those wishing to pay respects before the cremation takes place.
Is it really necessary for myself, or others, to view the body of my loved one?
We do have a policy that requires identification by a family member or friend prior to cremation. This ensures peace of mind for the family that it is indeed their loved one and the cremation container they have chosen.
Why is it necessary to purchase a cremation container AND an urn?
The Alberta Funeral Service Regulatory Board requires that your loved one be placed in a suitable enclosed container in order to be placed into the crematorium. This is done out of respect for the deceased as well as for safety of the crematorium operator.
It is also very important to select a suitable urn where the cremated remains can be safely held. You may want to put some thought into where the urn will be interred. We have many options available for you.
If you have any further questions, please feel free to read our library of Frequently Asked Questions.