As with burial, cremation is a means for disposition. Choosing cremation does not limit your ability to choose any of the traditional service elements. Many times the dying will tell loved ones "Just cremate me." and give little or no indication what type of service or memorial will be held before or after the cremation. Families, honoring their loved ones final wishes, will many times select a cremation without services, also known as a direct cremation.
When planning the final arrangements for yourself or someone you love, remember, the ceremony you plan is a time for the community to come together and offer love and support. This support is a gift not a burden.
Explore the Cremation Considerations section of the Meaningful Funerals website. Take some time to read over the traditional service elements and then give us a call with any questions you may have or to set up an appointment to meet. We are a family operated funeral home that treats each family we serve as unique and special. We want to help you plan a meaningful ceremony that will help loved ones bridge the gap between life before and life after.