Cremation Services

Choosing to Cremate

Cremation, a versatile choice for final arrangements, accommodates individual preferences and cultural practices. It offers unique memorialization options such as scattering ashes, placing them in urns, or creating memorial jewelry or art. Despite the choice for cremation, families can still honor and remember their loved ones through personalized and meaningful ceremonies. Hosting a funeral or memorial service is recommended, providing a space for collective mourning and support. Additionally, cremation tends to be more cost-effective than traditional burial, with expenses varying based on specific preferences for the service.

Cremation Services

Traditional Funeral Service with Cremation

While any casket can be chosen for cremation, we offer cost-effective options and even provide an oak rental casket with a cremation liner.

Memorial Service Post-Cremation

Similar to a funeral ceremony but with an urn instaead of a casket, allowing for a meaningful tribute.

Private Family Vieweing before Cremation

Providing a chance for the family to acknowledge the reality of death and bid farewell before cremation takes place.

Direct Cremation

The body is promptly cremated after death, and the ashes are placed in an urn or another container. No viewing or visitation is involved.

Options for Cremated Remains

Burial in a pre-existing family burial site

Cremated remains can join caskets in a family plot or find a dedicated spot in smaller cremation plots. Some cemeteries may require an urn vault for cremated remains. Opting for cemetery interment ensures a lasting memorial and space for a meaningful tribute.

Keeping Cremated Remains

Many families have the option to keep the cremated remains of their loved ones. They can choose an urn that fits well on a mantle or shelf. The ashes can be divided and placed in one or more smaller urns or in keepsake jewelry. Each family member can then receive a portion of the remains in a way that is meaningful to them.

Placing ashes in a niche within a columbarium

A columbarium is like a resting place for memories – it can be inside a mausoleum, chapel, or standing alone, indoors or outdoors. It’s made up of small compartments called niches, each holding an urn with cremated remains. Each niche has a plaque with the name of the person who rests there, making it a personalized and respectful memorial.

Scattering the Remains

Consider a meaningful farewell by choosing to scatter your loved one’s remains. Communicate this preference with our team in advance, and we’ll guide you through the process with respect and care. Keep in mind however that future access to the area may be restricted because of development or other conditions which may arise.

Traditional Service

A traditional funeral service is a formal ceremony for commemorating the deceased, offering a structured space for grieving loved ones to gather and pay their respects.

Other Services

There are many other types of funeral service options, from direct burial, to transportation, and graveside services, we can help you choose what is the best fit for your needs.


Personalizing a funeral adds a unique and heartfelt touch, offering a comforting and meaningful experience for attendees.