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Some families are choosing cremation as a dignified, respectful method of final disposition. When you choose cremation, you may still have a funeral, a memorial observance, and a selection of services that help to say a fond farewell to a loved one.
For example, you may decide to have a traditional memorial service, so family and friends can gather to share their grief and offer comfort. This is followed by cremation, with arrangements for a final resting place in a cemetery or memorial garden. Another option is scattering in a location that has a special meaning. Other families sometimes consider cremation with no service or ceremony.
Of course, there are also many ways to personalize the memorial services that may be held prior to cremation, so please feel free to ask us about the many choices you have with today’s cremation traditions. We are here to help.