cremation, either at the funeral home or your church. Your family may or may not have the cremated remains placed in an urn for the memorial tribute services.
Regardless of when a service is held, having some kind of ceremony provides family and friends with the opportunity to say a final “good-bye.” This time also gives your family an opportunity to share their memories and give support to one another.
Placing the cremated remains in a permanent memorial is just as important to some families as the memorial service itself. For many, a grave or mausoleum niche is a place to visit and remember the life of their loved one. Others find a place in their home to keep the cremated remains. Choosing a place for final disposition provides your family the opportunity to visit and reflect in a permanent, identifiable location.
Whatever your wishes, our professional staff will assist your family in planning a unique, individual tribute for your loved one before or after the cremation process. Personal, professional and comprehensive services--just a few reasons why generations of families have turned to Salandra at their time of need.