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You should receive a phone call from one of our cremation experts very shortly. On this call we will share with you our offerings, determine your needs, and help you to select an appropriate package. Our services are affordable and are made available at your convenience – either in person or electronically via phone and email. We assist with all of the details, including filing with the Social Security Administration, submitting death certificate paperwork, and helping coordinate Veterans benefits.
NOTE: Prior to transfer into our care, we must speak with a person of authority, i.e. – police, hospice, nursing supervisor.
Please be assured that our team of professionals will do our best to help assist you through this process. If you do not receive a call within 20-30 minutes, please call 1 (800) 637-8863 for immediate assistance.
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,
Published: November 5, 2021
Virtual funerals have become increasingly common during the COVID-19 pandemic due to social distancing and restrictions on air travel. They are similar to traditional in-person funerals but are live-streamed on platforms such as Facebook, Skype, and Zoom. These platforms make it possible for anyone worldwide to view a funeral from their computer, smartphone, or tablet.