A common misconception is that cremation limits choice, however, it actually increases choices.
With cremation, there are several ways to customize a service.
A traditional cremation ceremony could include:
– Calling hours in the evening with your loved one present
– Taking the casket into church the following day
– Cremation after the services are over
A simple cremation would just include:
– Having your loved one cremated
– Returning the cremated remains to without any services
In between these two options, we have several other choices for a service; your choices increase with cremation because you can either have services with your loved one’s body present and then have cremation afterwards, or you can have services with the urn.
The Park Tribute Center was designed to encourage those choosing cremation to be a part of the journey with their loved one. With this state of the art facility, we give you the choice to be a part of as much or as little of the cremation process as your feel comfortable. This building offers a comfortable atmosphere, where families can gather before the cremation takes place or after the cremation takes place. Our goal is to give you as many options as we can in order to make your farewell as meaningful and honorable to your loved one as possible.
After the cremation process is complete, you have several choices of what to do with the cremated remains. You can:
– Bury them in a cemetery
– Take them home
– Scatter them at a location of your choice
– Divide them into “keepsake” portions, which can then be placed in
– smaller urns
– cremation jewelry
– other containers of your choice
Some people wish to do a little bit of everything; they divide the cremated remains to bury some, keep some, and scatter some.