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Overview

Coming together after the loss of a loved one is an essential part of the healing process. Affordable Cremation Services is here to help you every step of the way.

 
Where To Start  

Where to Start?


When you've experienced a loss, you suddenly find yourself facing uncertainty and what may seem like an overwhelming number of decisions. Designing a service should be a journey of remembrance, healing, and love...not a source of stress. Find out how we can guide you through the process, answer your questions, and help you make important decisions to ease your burden and give you peace of mind.

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Celebrating Life  

Celebrating Life


Honoring the accomplishments, individuality, and life journey of a loved one can go far beyond the service itself. Explore how you can share memories, support healing, and create lasting tributes through video, memorial websites, personalized keepsakes and other meaningful projects.

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Burial Services  

Burial Services


When burial has been selected, typically ceremonies are designed with the casket in mind. Traditionally families participate in a viewing followed by a funeral service in a church. This option though, is not your only choice.

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Cremation Services  

Cremation Services


Cremation is an alternative to the traditional burial service and does not  limit in any way how you choose to celebrate the life of your loved one. Personalized memorial services allow memories to be shared and the life of your loved one to be reminisced. We are here to answer your questions and bring peace to any concerns that you may have.

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Veteran Services  

Honoring Veterans


Tradition, honor, and dignity are the hallmarks of a military funeral. No matter which combination of ceremonial elements you choose to include, we’ll help you pay tribute in a way that celebrates their sacrifice, patriotism, and dedication.

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Urns


We're proud to offer a wide variety of high-quality cremation products to ensure that your loved one's physical remains are cared for in a dignified and meaningful way.

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