Tallahassee, FL Cremation Pre-Planning: What You Should Know
- Cremation is Affordable
- Prepaid Cremation Saves Money
- Preplanning Gives You Control
- Preplanning Provides Peace of Mind
- Use the form on this page for a FREE cremation planning guide.
Cremation: Tallahassee, FL
The Neptune Society Tallahassee office opened in 2017.
Has a loved one passed away? Get assistance now.
Coordinating end-of-life services without a pre-arranged plan is overwhelming for many families. Our caring and experienced professionals in Tallahassee walk you through every step of planning a Tallahassee-area cremation to help you through this difficult time. We handle:
- The death certificate and cremation permit
- Creating a Tallahassee cremation plan that meets your needs
- Transporting your loved one to the cremation facility
- Arranging post-cremation burial or scattering services
Fill out the form on the right to get in touch with a local cremation professional regarding a recent death in the family. Someone will be in touch with you shortly.
Next, gather information. Neptune Society, doctors, state agencies, and other officials will need the following information about the deceased in order to proceed:
- Birth date 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
Tallahassee, FL Veteran Cremation
Our dedicated family service representatives in Tallahassee are trained to answer your questions about veterans' cremations. Tallahassee veterans may be eligible for the following benefits through the Department of Veteran's Affairs:
- Special honors: American flag and Presidential Memorial Certificate
- A credit to help pay for your Tallahassee cremation service
- Interment of cremated remains in a National Cemetery
We help you navigate your veteran’s benefits eligibility and cremation planning. Contact us below to learn more.
Sheila Renee Edmonds-Williams joined our Neptune Family in 2015. She is a retired U.S. Army Command Sergeant Major. She culminated an extraordinary military career in January of 2001, after 26 years of service and assignments that ranged from an Army Recruiter to a Personnel Supervisor with the Office of the Secretary of Defense; a Civil Affairs Battalion Operations NCO to a Personnel Division Staff Sergeants Major; and an NCO Academy Commandant to an Installation Command Sergeant Major. Her career included many awards, decorations, and badges, as well as military educational courses totaling over 3,000 hours. In 2003, deciding to pursue a childhood dream of becoming a Funeral Director and Embalmer, Sheila enrolled in the then Florida Community College of Jacksonville’s Associate of Science degree in Funeral Services Program, graduating in 2004. Subsequently she completed her State of Florida Internship within our company at A.B. Coleman Mortuary, Inc. and was employed by the establishment until 2015. In her previous capacity, Sheila was the establishment’s Assistant Manager and was Program Manager for its contract with the City of Jacksonville’s Indigent Burial and Cremation Program. Her other degrees include Associate of Art, and Bachelor of Science degrees in Business Administration from Columbia College and Columbia University (of Columbia, Missouri), and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix. Sheila is a “2008-2009 Registry Member of Cambridge’s Who’s Who”, and lauds active memberships in the local American Legion Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), and the Disable American Veterans (DAV). She was also an active member of the U.S. Army Retiree Council (Ft. Stewart, Georgia) and a member of the Order of Eastern Star (OES). She is a board member with the Northeast Florida Women Veterans Association. Sheila attained her designation as a Certified Funeral Services Practitioner (CFSP) from the Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice (APFSP) in 2008. She maintains active memberships in the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA), the Florida Funeral Directors Association, and the Florida First Coast Mortician’s Association. Sheila is the current Chair of the Florida State College of Jacksonville’s Funeral Services Program Advisory Board/Committee. Sheila is married with three sons, all of whom have their own families that have made her a proud grandmother of five girls and three boys. She is an active member and Officer at her church located in downtown Jacksonville. She is proud to assist families of veterans and active duty service men and women who have given their all in the line of duty.
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Our Neptune Society Tallahassee, FL recently celebrated all the “January babies” at a local assisted living facility, complete with a birthday cake! Pictured below are Loriann Burns, Office Coordinator and Bill Webb, Service Manager.
Neptune Society Tallahassee, FL - 2020 Active Living Expo
Our Neptune Society Tallahassee, FL was honored to sponsor and participate in the 2020 Active Living Expo at the Tallahassee Senior Center. Check out the photos below for our display as well as Tracy Hanna sharing information about our services. Pictured also is Sonia Guerra-Nicks.
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Online Direct Cremation Services
Our affordable plans have helped 100,000’s of Americans during one of life’s most challenging moments. We are proud to serve in Florida and to offer our families options to pre arrange with us. Florida residents can now make arrangements from the privacy of their home. Our simple 4 step process makes it easy to plan ahead. If at any point you have questions or would like to speak with one of our licensed funeral directors, just call our local office. We are here to help.
- Make arrangements on your schedule, at your convenience
- Affordable all-inclusive packages, no hidden fees
- 30 day money back guarantee
We have served families for over 40 years, we are here to serve future generations.