My husband and I were extremely impressed with the efficient, accurate, professional, thorough, and friendly experience we had with Veronica Williams and the staff at the Palm Harbor Neptune Society location. This is our second experience with a family member’s cremation through this office. Both experiences were extremely positive. The staff handles every detail in a timely manner from picking up the deceased to all needed arrangements involving the death certificates, processing, and ashes. It was a privilege to work with Veronica Williams and the staff at this location.
Neptune Society Cremation: A Smart Alternative To Burial
Preplanning Cremation Saves Thousands
Cremation is an increasingly popular alternative to a traditional funeral and burial. Its ease and affordability simplify end-of-life decisions. Contact the professionals at Neptune Society to find out why. Start here to develop a sensible prepaid funeral plan.
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- Understand why people choose cremation
- Learn about estate planning beyond a will
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Complete this simple request form to access valuable information to better understand available options. Cremation plans by Neptune Society are simple and affordable solutions for you and your loved ones.
Why choose Neptune Society?
Neptune Society is the nation’s premier provider of cremation services, serving communities across the U.S. for almost 40 years. We offer personalized, reliable, and affordable solutions for end-of-life needs. Some of our competitors offer cut-rate services, but may not have Neptune Society’s reliability and diligence. Quality of care is important with final needs. Trust Neptune Society to take care of you and your family.
Learn About Cremation
Since the 1980’s, the number of U.S. residents choosing cremation has been on the way up, and all signs point to a continuing rise. That the number of people choosing cremation has been on the rise for three decades is not debated. This is a countrywide trend with every geographic region seeing an increase in the cremation rate.
Specialty cremation urns provide families with unique ways to express their grief and honor their lost loved ones. Whether a family wants to honor their lost loved one’s personality, sports prowess, career, hobbies, or military service – or just wants a beautiful urn to express their love for the deceased – there is a specialty urn option for everyone.
Handling funeral and cremation arrangements is a stressful process for families. Grieving family members must make important decisions with permanent consequences when the deceased has not already made arrangements. Even when the process goes smoothly, it is stressful for the bereaved, but, if there are delays, the funeral process can become a nightmare. Understanding frequent causes of delays in the cremation process helps families avoid these common issues, and helps the cremation process proceed smoothly – reducing stress at a time when family members are already burdened with grief.
There are a number of factors to consider when choosing between cremation and burial: cost, environmental impacts, beliefs, and family wishes are just a few. Learn why you might want to choose cremation.
When an individual or family chooses cremation, one of the first questions that follows is what to do with the remains. Some choose cremation urns or keepsake urns to hold and display the remains. Others start with urns for cremation, and then build memorials around them such as a memorial bench in a beautiful garden or cemetery. Alternately, funeral urns may be skipped entirely in favor of alternate memorial keepsakes including cremation jewelry or pottery.
What is a crematory? At its core, a crematory is a facility where remains are reduced to ashes. However, a crematory can be much more than that. A crematory may include a chapel, a viewing chamber, facilities where families can hold traditional funerals, and may be located at a cemetery or facility where the ashes can be interred. What can you expect from a crematorium?