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  • Heritage cremation serves all faiths
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  • Only $695 - $1395

Cremation Package Includes

  • Transportation of the deceased to the crematory
  • Obtaining certified copies of death certificate
  • Assistance in filing for VA & Social Security Benefits
  • Alternative container (the container the body is cremated in)
  • 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, 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.

What to Expect from Robstown(TX) Funeral Homes

Funeral homes in Robstown(TX) will understand that you will be experiencing a great loss when someone close to you has recently died, whether the death was expected or not. You will be adjusting to that loss while having to consider making arrangements for a funeral and the service.

By making those decisions with Robstown(TX) funeral homes you are providing yourself with definite activities at a time when many people have no idea what they are supposed to be doing and the shock of the person dying can make it very difficult to consider all of the necessary arrangements.

Is a Religious Ceremony a Must in TX?

It is equally appropriate to hold a religious or a non-religious funeral and service. The decision about the type of service depends greatly on whether the deceased was a religious person or not. Funeral homes in Robstown(TX) will suggest that you talk to close family and relatives and most likely, people around the same age group, who will have held conversations, in recent months, with the individual.

Where the circumstances are suitable, Robstown(TX) funeral homes can make arrangements for the clergy of the religion to take part in the presentation of the service.

Where the individual was not religious, you may choose to hold a humanist funeral and service where the celebrant, selected by funeral homes in Robstown(TX), will provide a clear space and time for religious people to offer prayers.

There will be many adjustments that have to be made by the people who are left behind after the death of an individual and the person's religious beliefs will have a large bearing with how family and friends accept the death.

What type of Ceremony is Right for My Loved One?

Every funeral is particularly unique and where Robstown(TX) funeral homes receive sufficient information from close family and friends, they can make all the necessary arrangements to personalize the funeral so that all of those attending will recognize the hard work involved.

You may choose to ask people to make individual tributes that are related to the life of the person that has recently died. Robstown(TX) funeral homes are able to give guidance for people who aren't sure about taking these actions.

Funeral homes in Robstown(TX) may suggest that pictures and ornaments that specifically relate to the deceased may be on display allowing people who are attending the funeral and service to share in the moments of remembrance.

Informing People about the Death
You will need to prepare what you are going to say when you break the news to people about the death of your loved one. This will be a particularly difficult task and you can be guided by Robstown(TX) funeral homes, but you will need to personalize what you're going to say because this is going to be a very genuine moment between yourself and the person you are informing.

Keeping close to the truth is always essential and people do need to know some of the details so that they can understand what has happened which gives them the chance to be able to draw a line under the past as they prepare for the future. Funeral homes in Robstown(TX) would explain the differences in telling people that someone has died when it is unexpected or after a very long illness. You do not have to be specific as you may not be able to answer all the questions at this stage.

You will need to inform various companies and organizations such as banks and insurance companies and here, the guidance of Robstown(TX) funeral homes, will be invaluable.

The Importance of Support
Whether you are organizing a funeral or a memorial service for the deceased, funeral homes in Robstown(TX) will explain the need for support for close friends and family members associated to the person who has recently died.

Some people will choose to organize a funeral quite quickly, but where family members live a long distance away, you may choose to hold a memorial service at a later stage because many people will find it difficult to travel long distances and even from abroad. Robstown(TX) funeral homes will show the differences between a funeral and a memorial.

Should All Deceased People be Embalmed?

For people wishing to organize a green funeral, you will be able to take the general guidance of funeral homes in Robstown(TX). Where the individual was environmentally minded, you may wish to avoid embalming the body because the harmful chemicals may either end up in the air from a crematorium or in the ground which means they could be released into streams and rivers.

You can further enhance a green funeral by choosing a recycled coffin or casket made of wood or cardboard. Many people choose to plant at least one new tree to balance and offset the carbon footprint of organizing a funeral and a service through Robstown(TX) funeral homes.

You will find a great deal of assistance and support and especially guidance from the professionals at the teams you meet within funeral homes in Robstown(TX).