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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.

How to Choose the Best Wisconsin Cremation Services

Wisconsin cremation services can explain how that across the country, approximately 2.5 million Americans die every year. 40% of people are choosing to be cremated which means that 60% are buried. The number of cremations has doubled during the last decade or so, with some states like New York and California already seeing the position reversed with over 60% of people choosing to be cremated. In Europe, Switzerland and the UK include 70% of people choosing the option of a cremation.

Why Should You Choose A Cremation?

There are really no reasons why cremation cannot be an acceptable choice in the modern world. Burial grounds are very expensive both to purchase and continually maintain. Cremation services in Wisconsin has seen a substantial movement towards people choosing a cremation especially as families are now living well away from their original home areas and it can be difficult and expensive for people to maintain a grave and gravestone adequately.

Apart from a cremation funeral service costing far less than a burial, people's memories of the funeral service organized by cremation services in Wisconsin will be far less disturbing than keeping the memory of a body in a coffin being lowered into the ground.

Choosing a Green Cremation

Metal in caskets and embalming fluids can be seen to pollute the ground where a body is buried and can affect any water in the surrounding area. The option of choosing cremation services in Wisconsin to arrange an environmentally friendly funeral service can include a very simple wood or recycled wood coffin where preservatives are not used so that very little damage can be caused to the environment and help keep the carbon footprint from increasing.

When a person is cremated through cremation services in Wisconsin, where you choose to scatter the ashes on land or at sea, you will be returning a natural element to mother Earth and not imposing any additional pollution to the environment.

Cremation services in Wisconsin will explain how crematoriums, which do release CO2 and chemicals into the air, are reducing their carbon footprint and that they will ensure, where possible, that a cremation is as eco-friendly as possible.

Wisconsin cremation services are placed under legal responsibilities to ensure that all cremation processes are carefully controlled to reduce the impact on the environment.

Wisconsin cremation services are legally required to ensure that a person's remains are kept separate and returned to the nominated person in an urn that can be chosen from cremation services in Wisconsin or provided by the family.

How Similar Is A Cremation To A Burial?

A cremation does not have to include a funeral service, but it can if that is your preference. Wisconsin cremation services will explain that you can hold a private cremation before a funeral service so that the remains of the deceased can be on display in an urn, or you can use the private chapel at a crematorium to combine the service with the committal of the body.

While some families spend an extraordinarily amount of money on a coffin that is to be buried, there is no need to take this action with a cremation arranged by Wisconsin cremation services. A suitable alternative container, usually made of wood or a recycled material like cardboard, can be cremated with the body.

A body does not need to be embalmed before cremation, but some people may choose this if the body is to be visited by close friends and relations before the cremation.

Wisconsin cremation services can arrange for family members to witness the cremation. In some religions and cultures this is a necessity rather than a wish.

Personal Tributes are Acceptable

Wisconsin cremation services will explain that it is perfectly acceptable for a personal tribute from one or more people to become part of a funeral service at a crematorium. People can share their grief and bereavement and claim the support during such difficult times from all of the people present.

Personal tributes and other individual treatments of the funeral can help personalize and depict the life-and-death of the person who has deceased. Wisconsin cremation services will be pleased to show a display of photographs, sports trophies or other memorabilia that explains a person's life.

The funeral service can include the music from favorite hymns or perhaps personal choices from a selection of popular or classical music as part of the service held in the crematorium arranged by the cremation services in Wisconsin.

What about the Ashes?

After a person has been cremated, any metal objects will be removed and returned to the nominated responsible person that is also the person that will receive the ashes in an urn.

The ashes may be scattered in a religious area such as a church yard or they may be buried in a graveyard with a loved one. Funeral homes will be able to explain where ashes can be scattered legally on land or at sea. The individual that has died may have left specific wishes for places where they would prefer their ashes to be scattered and family members may choose to scatter some of the ashes and keep some at home in an urn.

You will probably have a number of questions to raise while organizing a cremation, particularly if this is your first time, and you will find great help and bereavement support from cremation services in Wisconsin.