Traditional Cremation - Complete Care
COMPLETE CARE of Family, Friends, and Community
Care of Deceased:
Staff and professional vehicle to transfer deceased from local place of death to Strode.
Bathing, Dressing, Casketing, and Cosmetizing.
Procurement of digital fingerprint to use for remembrance jewelry or other remembrance items.
Transfer to our crematory (Payne County’s only crematory).
Cremation in our local crematory for use by Strode families only.
Return of Ashes to Family or Delivery to Local Cemetery for committal service.
Care of Family:
Private Family Time with Deceased to Say Goodbye (unlimited).
Public Time of Visitation which allows friends and the community an opportunity to say goodbye while also providing time for them to connect with and support you.
Public Funeral Service or other gathering which allows you to honor and celebrate your loved one while also giving friends and others the opportunity to express their love and support.
Private family committal or graveside to place deceased in final resting place if requested.
Care of Friends and Community:
Public visitation to allow others to see you, share in the loss, offer support to family, pay respects to deceased, and say goodbye.
Public funeral service or other gathering to allow friends and the community to honor and celebrate the life of the deceased while also providing an opportunity to reconnect and show their support.
Additional Funeral Home Support Services:
Complete Basic Services of Funeral Director and Staff, including all administrative and support assistance and facility overhead.
Initial assistance in coordinating final care, including arrangement conference, completion of necessary permits, submission of death certificate information, and notification of Social Security.
Preparation and/or placement of obituary notices in newspapers, including initial notification of publication and insuring obituaries are submitted in time to meet any deadlines (additional newspaper charges may apply).
Creation and administration of online memorial tribute.
Coordination of events, services, or other gatherings with clergy, officiants, celebrants, and other participants, including musicians or other service providers. Preparation and presentation of honorariums or other agreed-upon payments to respective participants.
Complete professional supervision of events, services, or other gatherings at churches, event centers, or other venues. Includes necessary staff members, early arrival and set-up at venue, transportation of all necessary equipment and floral tributes, necessary register equipment, floral display equipment, direction of family and attendees, seating and ushering attendees, implementation of service order, proper dismissal of family and attendees, post-event handling of flowers and other service items, removal of equipment used, and assistance and/or direction of any post-service activities.