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Although cremation has become as common as burial, most families understand the need to say goodbye, gather, celebrate, and remember before the cremation actually takes place.
"Direct" or immediate cremation is becoming much less common, as people realize the importance of meeting the needs of the familiy, friends, and the community instead of just cremating and doing nothing more.
If you or a family member are curious about cremation or wondering if cremation is the right option for your situation, we invite you to read the articles in this section.
And of course, if you have concerns or additional questions, call us any time at (405) 372-5550.
What is Cremation?
Learn more about how the cremation process works. If you have ever asked "what is cremation", this page should help answer many of your questions.
Our Cremation Options
Do you think cremation is right for you, or a loved one? We provide a selection of cremation options designed to meet your financial and emotional needs.
Why Choose Cremation
If you're curious about why more families today are choosing cremation, this page details the various reasons and looks closely at cremation costs.
The Cremation Process
Cremation has been around for centuries but there have been many changes in the process over the last half-century. Today, families can choose either traditional cremation or alkaline hydrolysis.
Alternative Cremation Options
Traditional Cremation makes up the majority of cremation processes, however there are alternative options available.
Frequently Asked Questions on Cremation Services
Are you struggling to answer the question "what is cremation"? Are you curious about what's involved in making the cremation decision; or wonder if you can be involved in your loved one's cremation? This is the right page for you.