It is not always possible to pay respects in person, so we hope that this small token will help.
A gift to your family, sparing them hard decisions at an emotional time.
Offer a gift of comfort and beauty to a family suffering from loss.
When Cremation is Preferred
Cremation has been a part of the human experience for a very long time, and is the preferred method of caring for a loved one in many parts of the world.
People choose cremation because they believe it to be the right choice for them. It’s as deeply personal of a decision as that of selecting burial.
The Need for Flexibility. A memorial service after a direct cremation can be arranged at a time that's convenient for family members. There is no rush to put together a ceremony which many in the circle can’t attend due to time or financial constraints.
The Intention to More Fully Commemorate a Loved One. A service can be planned for weeks, even months, after the cremation. This means more people can get involved and there’s plenty of time to gather meaningful scriptural passages, poetry, literary quotes, music, photos and videos.
Decisions You Must Make When Choosing Cremation
Should you purchase an urn?
What kind of remembrance ceremony would you like to have?
What will you do with the cremated remains?
You may wish to keep the remains at your home for a time, until you feel ready to let go of them, or when all family members can be present for a scattering ceremony.
Our professional Funeral Directors can advise you on unique ways to memorialize a loved one using the cremated remains, including the creation of art glass objects. We also offer a wide selection of cremation keepsake jewelry.
We can also recommend firms in the area that specialize in scattering the cremated remains at sea, or in the air.
Call us today to explore cremation options, and the many creative ways you can memorialize a loved one either before, or after, the cremation has occurred.