Planning A Ceremony

At Cremation Simplicity, we understand that sometimes an elaborate and expensive funeral process isn't ideal for the family and loved ones of the deceased. Our services are tailored to be smooth, hassle-free experiences that are extremely well priced. 

Our intention is to serve you in this sensitive time, allowing you to remember and honor the deceased, not struggle with procedures, decisions, and financial burden.

Understanding the Traditional Burial Option

In America, burial has been the traditional and common method of memorializing a person. If you choose a traditional burial for your loved one, we will remove the remains from the place of death within our service area, prepare the remains and place them gently into the casket of your choice. 

From there, you can choose to have a funeral service where friends and family can come pay their respects, or, you can have us simply take the casket to the cemetery in one of our hearses. 

A memorial headstone or marker can then be placed on the gravesite, and the area can serve as an important site for friends, family, and loved ones to visit and remember the deceased for years to come.

Affordable Cremation Options are Available 

Today, more and more people are choosing cremation as a means to honor and memorialize their loved one. While reasons for this range from the desire to have someone's remains in the family home to the ecological sustainability aspects of cremation, the main reason people choose this method is price. 

Also, consider a situation where the surviving members of the deceased family are separated by distance. The cremated remains can be divided and sent to each household. From there, they can keep the remains in the home, scatter them into the wind, on the land, or just about any other way that they want to remember the deceased.

Whatever your reasons are for choosing cremation, we at Cremation Simplicity can discuss the various options and their respective prices. 

Pre-Planning Can Decrease the Financial Strain on Your Family.

Upon the death of a loved one, the surviving family members are all too often left with the burden of planning and paying for the ceremony in their time of grief. It doesn't have to be this way though. Pre-planning protects your family's time to grieve your loss and celebrate your life. 

Contact us for more information or to schedule your pre-planning consultation.