The main way we do this is that we have chosen to have dignified, yet modest, facilities which allows us to pass along the cost savings to the families.
Yes. Our $799 price does include a basic, rectangular plastic urn that is suitable for shipping, scattering, or burial. We do have a link that allows you to view and purchase other urns if you would like.
No, the $799 price includes transportation from the place of death, the cremation and basic urn and filling any necessary legal document with the state and federal government. Any other charges that are incurred would be anything extra that the family elects to do with outside companies, such as ordering copies of the certified death certificate or placing an obituary in some newspapers that charge for this service.
We have chosen to have a dignified, yet modest, facility and we also limit the number of caskets and vaults we offer. This allows us to pass the savings along to you.
Yes. You can have one at our facility, your church or anywhere that will allow one.
Yes. There are many different options with viewing. We are happy to discuss these.
We do everything onsite at our location.
Yes, we do. We are a full-service funeral home and we offer any type of funeral service, memorial service or cremation.
Absolutely. You can have visitation, a funeral then have the cremation after that. This is not considered a “direct cremation” so we would work with you to tailor the service you desire to your needs.
Yes, we will assist in providing all of the needed forms for receiving certified copies of death certificates. We also provide confirmation to newspapers, allowing obituaries to be placed nationwide.
Yes, you are within your rights to personally transport cremated remains. Your funeral director can provide you with a copy of the burial transit permit (or similar document) with should accompany the cremated remains for identification purposes if you plan to fly.
Yes, we do. We are contracted with Brown Service and will honor these policies.
No, you do not have to pay in advance in order to set up a plan for your final wishes. We will save your information for the future. If you do prefer to pre-pay, that is an option but not required.
No, if a death has occurred or is imminent, you may call (256) 515-4008, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We will assist you in making arrangements and walk you through the next steps.
No, you can do everything online or by phone if you choose not to come in to our facility. We can work with you to email or fax the necessary documents. We can even come to you if the distance allows.
Yes, we offer services anywhere.
We perform all our services within our facility.
Yes, a lot of people choose to have their funeral at their family church. We will handle those services.