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Planning a Funeral Cremation Ceremony and Memorial Service
The traditional burial and funeral has long been considered by many to be the only option when it comes to saying goodbye to a loved one who has passed away. However, funeral cremation is a viable option that can save time and money without taking away from the memorial service. In fact, according to the NFDA 2016 Cremation and Burial Report, the rate of cremation surpassed the rate of burial in the United States in 2016. This means more and more families are realizing that cremation ceremonies can be just as meaningful and involved as the traditional memorial service. There are actually many options for visitations and memorial services with cremation. Without discussing the environmental considerations, cost of cremation and religious restrictions, the growing popularity of cremation simply comes down to consumer choice. We are very proud to be the top Hazel Park Cremations Service provider and it is important to note that there is no standardized pricing model for cremation. It is up to each individual crematory or funeral home to determine their price point. Our goal is to provide Michigan families the highest standard of care and continue to offer affordable cremation options to those in need.
Plan the Perfect Cremation Ceremony for Your Loved One
Planning a funeral cremation ceremony and memorial service is actually very similar to planning a traditional celebration of life. First you have to decide what type of ceremony you would like to have and then you need to find ways to make it reflect the life of the deceased. Every funeral, cremation ceremony and memorial service should be unique and should reflect the person who has passed away. Most people do not know what to do when someone dies. There are many decisions and arrangements that need to be made in a timely fashion. However, when it comes to planning the actual memorial service, you are already prepared to celebrate the life that was lived by the deceased. No level of experience in the death care industry can train our team to know your loved one better than you. When planning a funeral, cremation service, or memorial ceremony the best resource is the time shared with the loved one you have lost. It is a time to recall fond memories, special occasions, vacations, birthdays and other milestones. Memorializing someone is not easy, so we are here to help you with the administration and planning of a beautiful, memorable and personalized service for your loved one.