Starting At $2,295
We have a variety of options to work with your wishes and finances. Cremation can be as simple as immediate cremation, or a complete funeral, using a rental casket.
If you need help figuring out which option is best for you, please feel free to give us a call.
How It Works
Our care team will walk you through each step of the process. We want to ensure that your loved one is honored and their body handled with care and dignity.
Call our care team to make arrangements for your loved one or you can start making arrangements online.
We arrange pickup for your loved one from the place of passing and bring them into our care.
We complete and file all of the necessary paperwork and secure permits involved with cremation.
The individual cremains will be returned to you in a box. Some families choose to scatter cremains, others choose to keep them.
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I be certain that I am receiving my loved ones cremains?
We take this very seriously. Our funeral home and the Pennsylvania Department of Health have established regulatory practices for cremation. From filing permits to perform a cremation to properly identifying the deceased and tagging the body, you can be sure that your loved ones cremains will be handled with care.
Is cremation carried out individually?
Yes, all cremations are carried out individually in the state of Pennsylvania.
How soon after death does cremation take place?
How soon cremation takes place depends 0n several factors: if an autopsy needs to be performed and if a memorial service or viewing will be held.
Can I still have a memorial service if I choose cremation?
We offer several options and are happy to accommodate your wishes for a memorial service after cremation.
We offer the following options:
– Direct and Immediate Cremation
– Cremation with Memorial Service
– Cremation with Memorial and Graveside Service
– Full Funeral Service with Cremation to Follow
– Spreading of Cremains by Air
What can I do with my loved ones ashes?
You can scatter your loved ones ashes, preserve them in a memorial urn, or perhaps plant a tree or shrub with the cremains in their honor. We offer Bios, the biodegradable planting urn at our funeral homes.