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While some people select cremation for economy, many choose this option for other reasons. The simplicity and dignity of cremation, environmental concerns, price and the flexibility cremation offers in ceremony planning and final disposition all add to its increasing popularity.
Most funeral homes subcontract this delicate procedure out to a third party provider in another town where the funeral home has little or no control over the crematory's operation procedures. Often, the family incurs additional transportation expenses and needless delay. Fletcher Funeral & Cremation Services operate their own cremation facility on-site. We adhere to state-regulated operation policies and procedures in order to maximize the level of service. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact our staff to explain all cremation procedures.
This service would include a public visitation (embalming required) and funeral at the funeral home or church. Following the services, cremation would take place and the family would have the option of burying, scattering, or keeping the cremated remains. When choosing this service, families would have the choice of purchasing a traditional wood casket, cremation casket, or a rental casket.
This service would be held following the cremation and could take place at the funeral home, church, home of the family, or public venue. The Urn may or may not be present during a memorial service. With this option, many families have chosen to include a Memory Tribute Video, Pictures, and Music with this service.
Following the cremation, families would have the option to bury their loved one's cremated remains in a cemetery lot. Religious and non-religious committal services usually accompany a graveside service. With this option families can choose to purchase an urn vault to protect the urn or bury the cremated remains in a temporary container.
This service would include cremation with the human remains returned to the family in a temporary container. Families could choose to purchase an urn to encase the remains in.