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Cremation is the process of reducing the body to ashes and bone fragments through the use of intense heat.
No, a casket is never required for cremation.
Absolutely, we offer an oak cremation casket for families who want to view their loved one before cremation takes place, giving family members & friends a chance to say their last goodbyes to a loved one.
With this affordable option, the body is cremated shortly after death, without embalming, viewing or visitation.
You have a wide range of choices. They can be buried, scattered, or kept by the family. Cremated remains might be divided among family members to be kept, sprinkled or buried in several different places.
• Bury in a cemetery
You could choose earth burial in either a regular grave or in a special urn section in a cemetery.
• Bury on private property
You may bury the cremated remains on your own land, or on another’s property with the owner’s permission.
• Scatter on land
Some cemeteries offer sites for scattering, but you may disperse the remains almost anywhere.
• Keep at home
You might prefer to place the remains in an urn to keep at home. We have a wide variety of decorative cremation urns to choose from.