I have had the occasion twice this year to use the services of this fine establishment. Professional, professional, professional. They are experts at a business none of us know anything about before we walk in the door. John took the time to educate and inform and offer advice that extended beyond the scope of his immediate tasks. He offered advice that proved to be most helpful and thus helped with the grieving process. Losing a loved one is hard enough without the added stress of the process of dealing with the remains and the financials. I was so happy not to be in a funeral home where you can smell the chemicals of death.
Please accept our deepest sympathies for your loss.
If you don’t have a prearranged plan in place when a loved one passes away, the myriad of details that need attention can be overwhelming. Our experienced and caring professionals are available to help you through this difficult grieving period and answer any questions you have about what to do.
First: Notify us that a death has occurred.
Speak with a Funeral Director or a designated Family Services Representative to learn how to carry out your loved one’s wishes for cremation.
Second: Gather information.
Neptune Society, doctors, state agencies, and other officials will need the following information in order to proceed:
- Date of birth and birthplace
- Social Security number
- Father’s name and state of birth
- Mother’s maiden name and state of birth
- Form DD-214 (if deceased was a veteran)
- A copy of the driver’s license
Thank you for allowing Neptune Society to assist you.
If a death has not occurred and you would like to plan for a future need, please contact us by filling out the form on this page.