Cremation is not an alternative to a funeral service, but to an earth burial. If your choice is cremation, you still have the right to create a funeral or memorial ceremony, religious or non- religious, which can include such options as visitation, viewing, and church service. After all, when a person dies, that personís life should be remembered and celebrated by those left behind.

A funeral service is to recognize a person who has lived and provide help to those in grief. A memorial ceremony is a service without the presence of the body and would usually include favorite music selections, poetry, and shared memories. Your choices of final disposition of the cremains are burial, placement in a Columbarium niche, permanent possession, or being scattered.

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