I appreciated Kim Dillard’s soft demeanor and tone of voice. She made it easy to pre-plan by carefully explaining all that was involved and answering all of my questions. Buying into the plan was an emotional decision to make for me but Kim was very patient. Thank you Kim for all you have done to help me get this end of life planning done. It has taken a load off me. I am confident that the decisions I have made for myself will benefit my children in the future.
You have served our country, now let Neptune Society serve you
What every veteran should know about cremation benefits
United States veterans are entitled to be buried or have their ashes interred in any National Cemetery that has available space at no charge. Currently, the Veterans Administration operates 125 national cemeteries, of which 65 are open for new casketed interments, and 21 are open to accept cremated remains only. Burial options are limited to those available at a specific cemetery but may include an in-ground casket or interment of cremated remains in a columbarium, the ground, or a scatter garden. The government runs these programs and benefits may change at any time.
Neptune Society helps plan your veteran cremation
Neptune Society’s dedicated family services representatives are trained to answer your questions about veteran cremation and help you navigate benefits eligibility and planning. Make your first call to Neptune Society for information on both cremation and veteran funeral benefits.
Ask our Family Services Representatives for more information on veterans cremation benefits.
Through the Veterans Administration, veterans may also be eligible for the following benefits:
- $300 reimbursement towards your cremation service
- Free headstones or markers in granite, marble or bronze
- Presidential Memorial Certificates
To get more information directly from the Veterans Administration, we recommend the following online resources:
Also visit Our FAQ Cremation Video Library