A Complete Guide to Planning a Cremation
Cremation is an increasingly common choice. When you choose cremation for yourself or a loved one, the type of service, cemetery property and cremation memorialization items such as urns and keepsake jewelry can all be customized to suit your needs.
Like the cost of everything else, cremation costs are rising. Still, cremation can be less expensive than traditional burial—and when you plan ahead, you protect your family from inflation.
Having a permanent place to visit, remember and reflect can assist in the grieving process. It also creates a lasting legacy for generations to come.
Complements & Alternatives to Cemetery Property
Families appreciate the flexibility that cremation provides, especially when it comes to a loved one's ashes. Because ashes can be divided, they can be memorialized in more ways than one.