Immediate Need Cremation Services
Please accept our deepest sympathies for your loss. If there’s no prearranged plan put in place when a loved one passes, the whirlwind of details and information can become overwhelming. At Neptune Society of Virginia Beach, our experienced professionals will walk you through the process, and be there to answer any questions you may have.
Notify Us That The Death Has Occurred
Speak with a Funeral Director, or a designated Family Services Representative to learn more about carrying out your loved one’s wishes for cremation.
Gather The Necessary Information
Neptune Society, doctors, state agencies, and other officials require the following information in order to proceed with cremation:
- 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
We’ll work your behalf to take care of the rest. Contact us today for assistance with immediate need cremation services in Virginia Beach.
Virginia Beach, VA Veteran Cremation
Our dedicated family service representatives in Virginia Beach are trained to answer your questions about veterans' cremations. Virginia Beach 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 Virginia Beach 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.
Sara has provided comfort and compassionate care to families since 2001, when she found a career that gave her a sense of purpose. Her goal is to offer peace of mind to each family, ensuring that every detail gets the attention it deserves while providing dignified and affordable services.
Sara earned a bachelor’s degree in mortuary studies from the University of Central Oklahoma, graduating with honors. In 2005 after marrying a US Navy sailor, she moved to Virginia Beach where she has continued to assist local families.
Sara carefully balances the demands of being a funeral director, Navy wife and mother of two beautiful children by cherishing every moment with her family. Together they enjoy taking walks, traveling and playing mini-golf. She also finds time to de-stress with exercise and jigsaw puzzles.