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  • Family owned and operated for over two decades
  • Compassionate community service close to home
  • Heritage cremation serves all faiths
  • Simple - Affordable - Dignified
  • 24 hour-a-day availability
  • Only $695 - $1395

Cremation Services Include

  • Transportation of the deceased to the crematory
  • Obtaining certified copies of death certificate
  • Assistance in filing for VA & Social Security Benefits
  • Rigid container (for the return of the cremated remains)
Only $695 - $1395

Package Pricing does not include: cash advance items, state fees for permits, certified copies of the death certificates, alternative cremation container, sales tax or newspaper charges. You will be able to see final cost prior to payment.

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Veteran's Benefits

If your loved one was in the military they may qualify for a burial with Military Funeral Honors or (MFH). This Veterans benefit includes an Honor Guard detail of not less than two Armed Services members at the burial or memorial, burial in a Government cemetery, and a grave marker.

  Social Security Benefits

Family members of the deceased may be entitled to receive Social Security benefits if the deceased worked long enough and had Social Security taken out of their paycheck...

How to Give a Eulogy

The eulogy or speech given at a memorial service or funeral does not have to follow any specific guide on how to write a eulogy, but it is helpful if you know where to start.

Understanding How Cremation Services in Vermont Works

Vermont cremation services will help you organize a cremation when you have to choose between a cremation and a burial as a final funeral service for a close friend or relative.

50 years ago, the majority of people would have chosen a burial, but in modern times the cost of a cremation is usually far lower than that of a burial. Also, cremation services in Vermont will be able to explain how many towns and cities are running out of space in church graveyards, which explains why cremations are now so popular.

Over 4 out of every 10 people are using Vermont cremation services and this is expected to reach 7 out of 10 by 2025.

Why Choose a Cremation?

Unless the deceased has left specific instructions about preferring a cremation or burial, it is left to the nominated person, who may be an executor of a will or may be the closest relation, to make the final decision about the type of funeral that is to be arranged. Cremation services in Vermont will be able to carefully explain what happens during a cremation so that those organizing the occasion will fully understand what is going to happen.

The cost of a funeral and the funeral service may be one of the main reasons why people choose a cremation over the selection of a burial, but it is not the only reason. Vermont cremation services find that some people select a cremation because there is a particular desire to divide the cremated remains among a few family members who all wish to keep an urn in their home.

Which Type of Funeral Service Will You Choose?

A cremation organized by Vermont cremation services can be a completely religious occasion, or it can include a humanist service for nonreligious people. In many ways the service is almost identical. Whereas a religious service will include favorite hymns either selected in advance by the deceased or chosen by close family remembers, a humanist service may include classical or popular music as attendees are arriving at the crematorium and when they leave.

Even where a religious service is being organized, some people will still choose modern popular music to be played during the service because this personalizes the whole occasion. Vermont cremation services can offer advice about individuals that wish to make a personal tribute about the life and death of the person who has recently died.

While discussing the intimate details of arranging cremation services in Vermont, the funeral home will help you complete all of the necessary forms which are required to complete the legalities of arranging a cremation.

What Options Exist for the Cremated Remains?

Religious people may choose to have the ashes scattered in a particular area of a church graveyard or they may select to have the ashes buried along with a close relative. Cremation services in Vermont will explain that some people prefer an identifiable location to be able to visit regularly to reflect on the life and death of their close companion.

People also have the choice of scattering the cremated remains of the deceased in many other areas which can include a place of great significance to the person or the family. This might be a favorite lake or a regularly visited mountain region. Cremation services in Vermont will explain the rules and regulations that cover the scattering of remains, but if the individual has chosen their favorite sports field or a park, the managers at those locations may refuse permission officially, but accept that private and quiet moments may be chosen for the ashes to be scattered.

Families may choose to purchase an urn from one of the many cremation services in Vermont. This gives members of the family the opportunity to keep the urn at home and it may be passed down the family line or it may be that families choose to scatter the ashes at a later date. Where anyone is unsure about choosing an urn cremation services in Vermont will be available to guide you.

Arranging the Funeral Service

At this most difficult time, it is important that the funeral service is arranged correctly. This may include cremation services in Vermont arranging for people to visit the deceased so they may pass a private moment of reflection.

The funeral service can become a memorial if a private cremation has taken place previously and the gathering for the funeral includes the ashes of the deceased in the urn.

Vermont cremation services have a vast experience of arranging funeral services. The service can take place in a church or other religious building, but equally it can take place at the crematorium in a private chapel and the service can be religious or nonreligious.

This is a good opportunity for people to step forward and make private remarks about the life and death of the person who has died. Vermont cremation services will explain that a tribute, that can be slightly humorous, will help everyone present share in the grief and the bereavement, but also begin to create the new life that exists after a person has died.

A cremation should not be feared by those attending the funeral service and the whole occasion all the way to the committal of the body will be carefully explained by Vermont cremation services.