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We understand that every family is different. Influences such as religious and cultural traditions, cost concerns and personal preferences make each funeral as unique as the person who is being honored. Today’s services are often an eclectic mix of religion, spirituality, and celebration. Funeral directors differentiate funerals and memorial services this way: at funerals the body is present, and at memorial services, the body is absent. A Life Celebration is a more contemporary term for a memorial service that is free of format, where celebrating, rather than mourning, is the intent.
Everything comes into focus once you decide whether to have a burial or cremation. If you choose burial, then you need to select the casket, vault, and cemetery of interment. If cremation is your choice, you have the option to have the body present for viewing before the cremation. You’ll also need to decide whether the cremated remains are to be kept in an urn, another keepsake or scattered.