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Parma, OH 44134
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Hilliard, OH 43026
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Here’s an opportunity to make your wishes known. Whether you are ready to make your cremation prearrangements now or not, it’s a good idea to let friends and family members know your preference. Unfortunately, we don’t know what the future holds and it’s simply a smart, sensible idea to record your wishes today. In fact, there’s never been a better time with this no cost, no obligation opportunity.
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Places to Scatter Ashes in Ohio
Woodside has 8 locations to inter cremains, along with the Scattering Garden. In the garden is a granite memorial that displays the names of those that have been scattered in the garden. The daffodils and narcissus planted around the garden represent re-birth and new beginnings.Photo Credit
Additional Notes on Scattering Cremated Remains in Ohio
Ohio law allows you to scatter ashes over uninhabited public land with permission/a permit, over a public waterway or sea, or on private property of a consenting owner. If scattering at sea you must be at least 3 nautical miles from land, notify the EPA within 30 days of scattering, and avoid beaches and wading pools. You must obtain a permit to scatter on federal land. You can also scatter the ashes, but NOT the container, from the air as the government doesn’t consider cremains to be hazardous material. If the container isn’t biodegradable you must remove the ashes from the container before scattering.
Ohio Cremation FAQs
What veterans benefits are available in Ohio?
The VA benefits provided (at no cost to the family) include a grave site; opening and closing of the grave; perpetual grave site care; a government headstone or market; and United States burial flag that can be draped over the casket or accompany the urn (and is given to the next of kin after the service); an engraved presidential memorial certificate signed by the current sitting President, expressing the country’s grateful recognition of their service.
What is the average cost of cremation in Ohio?
According to US Funerals, a cremation and memorial service costs around $3,800 and a direct cremation averages at $700.
How many funeral homes are there in Ohio?
There are 1,137 funeral homes in 529 cities of Ohio.
Ohio State Facts
State Nickname: The Buckeye State and The Mother of Presidents
State Motto: With God, all things are possible
Population: 11.59 million
State bird: Cardinal
State tree: Buckeye
State flower: Scarlet Carnation
Bonus fact 1: “Hang On Sloopy” is the official state rock song.
Bonus fact 2: Seven US Presidents were born in Ohio: Ulysses S Grant, Rutherford Hayes, James Garfield, Benjamin Harrison, William McKinley, William Taft, and Warren G Harding.
Bonus fact 3: Founded in 1833, Oberlin College was the first interracial and coeducational college in the United States.
Bonus fact 4: Cleveland was the world’s first city to be lighted electrically in 1979.
Bonus fact 5: Akron, Ohio is the rubber capital of the world.
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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 Ohio and to offer our families options to pre arrange with us. Ohio 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
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We have served families for over 40 years, we are here to serve future generations.
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