If you are looking for simple basic cremation with noviewing or wake, no service and no hassle you’ve come to the right place. It isbecoming one of the most requested options.
Cremation is the second most common form of finaldisposition of human remains in north America. The cremation process reducesthe body to a powdery substance called “ashes” or “cremains”. After the cremation the ashes can be placed inan urn and can be buried in a cemetery plot or niche. Some families choose tokeep the urn with ashes in their home or plan a time to scatter them in aspecial place.
Direct cremation is chosen when there is no desire to haveviewing or gathering of family and friends. The deceased person is taken into our care and cremated immediatelywithout any type of extended service. The ashes, or cremains, are usually kept by the next of kin ordesignated person, and placed into a personally selected permanent urn.
Due to the finality of cremation, the actual cremationprocess itself cannot occur until after all necessary authorizations from thenext of kin, county coroner or medical examiner have been obtained.
Our Simple Basic Cremation includes:
Removal of deceased from place of death and transportation into our care
Obtaining the necessary authorizations from the next of kin
Filing the Death Certificate
Obtaining Medical Examiner/Coroner cremation permit
Notification of death to Social Security
The cremation process
A temporary container for the cremated ashes
Presenting the ashes to the next kin or designated person
It does not include: Certified Death Certificates, obituary notices or permanent Urn, however they can be obtained at an additional cost.