What to Expect
Help & Guidance
The Moments Before & After Death
Preparing for the Funeral Service
Facing the Legalities
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When a loved one is going to be cremated, the decisions are easy if you start with four simple questions:
Who should be a part of this final remembrance - family and friends,colleagues and neighbors who have shared a part of this life. Give them a chance to say goodbye, and comfort the others who share their loss. We can help you create a remembrance that will become a cherished memory for everyone who attends.
What should people remember about this life - the work and play, the interests, the personality and, above all, the people who were a part of it. Your remembrance is a chance to celebrate those things with the people who matter most. A truly personal remembrance is a way for friends and family to ease their loss as they share their thoughts and memories.
When is the best time for family and friends to get together. It's important to allow time for all the people we love to get here and be a part of the remembrance. In our mobile society, family and friends may be coming from across the country or around the world to comfort and support one another. We can help you choose the best time for everyone, whether it's tomorrow or next month.
Where is the best place for people to gather. It's important to think of the practical details like space and parking, as well as the connection with the life you are remembering. We can help you put the details together, whether you're using our facilities or another venue.