Cremation Options

Traditional Funeral Service with Cremation

  • Services of the Funeral Director and Staff
  • Transportation of Loved One to Funeral Home
  • Embalming *
  • Dressing, Cosmetics, Simple Hair Dressing
  • Visitation/Viewing
  • Funeral Ceremony in Funeral Home or Church
  • Casket Coach (Hearse)
  • Courier Vehicle/ Flower Car
  • Oak Rental Casket (includes minimum alternative cremation container)
  • Cremation
  • Medical Examiner Authorization Fee

$3,475.00

Funeral Service with Cremation without Visitation

  • Services of the Funeral Director and Staff
  • Transportation of Loved One to Funeral Home
  • Refrigeration (embalming is not required/ casket must remain closed)
  • Casket Coach (Hearse)
  • Courier Vehicle/ Flower Car
  • Oak Rental Casket (includes minimum alternative cremation container)
  • Cremation
  • Medical Examiner Authorization Fee

$2,975.00

Visitation and Cremation

  • Services of the Funeral Director and Staff
  • Transportation of Loved One to Funeral Home
  • Embalming *
  • Dressing, Cosmetics, Simple Hair Dressing
  • Visitation/ Viewing
  • Oak rental Casket (includes minimum alternative container)
  • Cremation
  • Medical Examiner Authorization Fee


$2,675.00

Cremation with Memorial Service

  • Services of the Funeral Director and Staff
  • Transportation of Loved One to Funeral Home
  • Memorial Service in Funeral Home or Church
  • Register Book and 100 Basic Memorial Folders (black and white printing)
  • Courier Vehicle/ Flower Car
  • Minimum Alternative Container
  • Cremation
  • Medical Examiner Authorization Fee

$1,900.00

Simple Direct Cremation

  • Services of the Funeral Director and Staff
  • Refrigeration
  • Transportation of Loved One to Funeral Home
  • Minimum Alternative Container
  • Basic temporary urn
  • Cremation
  • Medical Examiner Authorization Fee

$1,475.00

Selected merchandise is in addition to the service fees. (i.e. urn, printed materials etc.)
Cash Advance items are additional as they may apply.  (i.e. clergy honorarium, church fees, obituary fees, professional hairdressing, certified copies of death certificates, medical examiner fees(other than noted above) etc.)
 
*Except in certain special cases, embalming is not required by law. Embalming may be necessary, however, if you select certain funeral arrangements, such as a funeral with a viewing. If you do not want embalming, you usually have the right to choose an arrangement which does not require you to pay for it, such as a direct cremation or immediate burial.