An important part of funeral and cremation planning is deciding on a final resting place for your loved one. You might choose traditional burial in a cemetery plot, or above-ground in a mausoleum. Either one provides a place for family members to visit and pay respect.
For those who choose cremation, there are even more choices. Some families keep the cremated remains in a decorative urn, or box made of precious wood. Others distribute them among family members encased in lockets or charms. Scattering is also a popular option, either at sea or in a place that has special meaning.
There’s more. Please consult our licensed funeral directors to discover many other options.