Our professional service charge includes, but is not limited to, consultation with family and others, arrangements and directions desired, procurement, preparation and filing of necessary notices, authorizations and consents, care and custody of the body, filing certificates and obtaining permits, record keeping, operation expenses, and supervision of activities. The fee for our basic services and overhead will be added to the cost of the funeral arrangements you select.
Our charges include: transfer of remains to funeral home, basic services of funeral director and staff, casketing, and a hearse to the cemetery. Contact us to discuss moving remains to or from another funeral home.
For a direct cremation, our charges include: transfer of remains to funeral home, basic services of funeral director and staff, crematory charge, and medical examiner’s fees.
Options include: direct cremation with container provided by purchases, direct cremation with cremation tray, and direct cremation with alternative fiberboard container.
State and local laws do not require a casket for direct cremation. If you would like to arrange a direct cremation, you can use an alternative container.