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Neptune Society offers a variety of free resources to those looking for more information about cremation planning and cremation services. Check out some of the resources we provide below.
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Cremation planning, industry jargon, costs and forms… it can all seem overwhelming. That’s why James Baron, a licensed funeral director of nearly 30 years, will be tackling all of your questions and concerns in the Ask a Funeral Director series! Be sure to let us know what you think. We want to breakdown this process, and allow everyone to be comfortable and knowledgeable in their cremation planning. So be sure to submit ANY questions you have!
12 Weeks of Peace is a free online bereavement program, available to anyone that needs a helping hand through their grief. It is available in the form of an email series in which subscribers will receive one email per week containing seven “days” of content. We have worked to create a valuable resource you can refer to during this difficult time. Signing up is easy. Simply type your email address in the form on this page and the emails will begin once a week for 12 weeks.
We understand that it can be extremely difficult to think of your own mortality, much less talk about it. However, as difficult as it may be to talk to your loved ones about your final wishes we have found that making your wishes known in advance is much easier than leaving the decision up to your loved ones at the time of need. This guide will help steer you in the right direction as you began the process of preplanning.
The questions included here are ones asked most often by families considering cremation for themselves or their loved ones. We’ve grouped them by subject, so you can refer to any section quickly.
With locations across the nation, Neptune Society is often featured in major publications for outstanding service, unique cremation service options, and affordability. Read on to see some of our latest press mentions.
Each loved one in our care has a unique story. Learn about their passions and personalities by searching for their obituary below. Simply enter a loved one’s name, the state they passed away in, and the date the obituary was published. If you would like to express your condolences, please sign the guestbook on their page. You are welcome to bookmark their pages, or share their amazing stories on social media.
When most people think of cremains, they imagine scatterings or an urn. While these are two wonderful ways to remember your loved ones, they are by no means the only ones. There are always new and unique ways to memorialize cremation ashes, from putting them in diamonds to tattoos.
Published: March 22, 2023
Often, when we lose a loved one, an important part of the healing process is reflecting on the life they lived. A memorial gathering is an opportunity to honor and pay tribute to your loved one’s many accomplishments and unique personality. A eulogy is a lovely way to share fond memories about your loved one
Published: January 21, 2022
Your parents are getting older. You know that, and you’ve come to terms with it (or at least you’re trying). And once they can no longer take care of themselves, your relationship with them drastically changes, and you are obligated to step in to take care of their affairs. Many people experience emotional trauma and
Published: January 10, 2022
Interment of ashes refers to cremated remains being buried in the ground or placed in a columbarium. A columbarium is a building specially designed to hold ashes. Interment is ideal for people who do not wish for their ashes to be scattered or displayed in the home. There are also religious reasons for ashes to
Published: December 6, 2021
In most cases, funerals take place just a few days after the death of a loved one occurs. But is this the proper funeral etiquette? Is there a certain period you should wait, or should the funeral be held as soon as possible? What determines the length of time between the death and a funeral,