Cremation only refers to the manner in which you or your loved one has chosen to deal with the physical remains. We want you to know that this decision doesn’t limit the ways you can honor your loved one’s life. We suggest that you have a funeral or memorial service to aid in the healing process. We hope that you will contact us to discuss the wide variety of celebratory options open to you.
If you do not wish to hold a viewing or gathering, but still want to include some kind of service, you may consider a cremation followed by a memorial.
With this option, there is no need to rent or buy a casket. Following the direct cremation, family members can decide when and where they may want to hold a memorial service. This may take place in the funeral home, your own home, or a venue of your choice. The service can be held whenever is most appropriate for you and your family. In some cases, families may decide to hold a memorial right after a cremation as a means of seeking closure, however there are many families that choose to wait a few months or even a year before holding a memorial.
Planning a funeral can be overwhelming, but you are not alone. We’re here to support you throughout this journey and make this process one of love, healing, and life celebration.
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We are committed to taking care of all the details to honor the veteran in your life with a deeply meaningful ceremony.
Cremation & Memorial Services
Gathering gives everyone the opportunity to share memories, express emotions, and find support.
We’re partnered with Gather to live stream and record services, so your loved ones near and far can attend virtually.