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There are several memorization options for cremation, including scattering cremated remains or keeping them in an urn. Scattering can occur in a cemetery scattering garden, at sea, or certain places with special meaning (please note that the scattering of ashes is prohibited in some areas). An urn can also be placed in a spot with special meaning, such as over a mantle in a home, or in an urn garden, community mausoleum niche, urn mausoleum (called a Columbarium), or even buried in a grave site space.
Compared to other burial options, cremation service costs tend to be less expensive, particularly when planning and pre-paying a cremation. Viewings and full funeral services can also be held.
•Transfer from place of death
•Refrigeration prior to cremation
•Professional services of funeral director and staff
•Filing death certificate and securing necessary permits and authorizations
•Filing social security and veteran’s benefits
•Providing the family a thorough list of items that need to be handled after a loss
•Returning of cremated remains in a durable plastic container with nameplate.
•Provide an obituary and photo on the funeral home website