You have peace of mind when your loved one is cared for by a funeral home with an onsite crematory. He or she never leaves our care, and the cremation is handled with the upmost care, dignity, and professional standards from our secure facility.
We are among a small number of funeral homes that are licensed to operate a crematory inside of our secure and dedicated facility. That ensures that your loved one is in our care from the time we pick up the physical body until you receive the cremated remains of your loved one.
Most funeral homes don’t tell you that they send out your loved one’s body for cremation and therefore lose control over the process. Even though they assure you of the highest standards, you still can’t be assured of their professionalism from start to finish like you can with a facility that performs in-house cremations. Contact us and we’ll be happy to explain the cremation process and offer you a personal inspection of our facility.
We ensure that your loved one’s cremation is handled with the upmost care, dignity, and adherence to the highest professional standards of the industry. We follow the strict industry guidelines of care that are a part of our cremation licensing that enables us to perform cremations in the State of Georgia.
In addition, we are members of the Cremation Association of North America, which provides advanced certifications to our staff, and all of our staff adhere to the Cremation Code of Ethics, an assurance to you of our commitment to dignity and care for your loved one.
If cremation has been selected, usually you’ll create a memorial service with or without the cremation urn present. You can choose to have a visitation, and then a memorial service in a church or chapel. Or you could decide to have a more relaxed service, even in your family home.
There is no standard formula for for honoring your loved one when cremation has been selected. We’re here to listen to your concerns, share our experience, and help you to arrive at the perfect way to gather together to celebrate the life of your loved one. Then you can decide if you want to bury the urn in a cemetery, scatter the ashes at a favorite place of the deceased or keep the urn as a memento of your loved one.
Cremation only refers to the manner in which you or your loved one has chosen to deal with the physical remains. We want you to know that this decision doesn’t limit the ways you can honor your loved one’s life. We heartily suggest that you have a funeral or memorial service, because your need for such a healing experience is not lessened by the decision to be cremated. Again, the options are limited only by your imagination. We hope that you will contact us to discuss the wide variety of celebratory options open to you.