There comes a time in everyone’s life where he or she loses a person close to them. The first few days after have scores of things o get done and decision to make. The things to get done keep the mind occupied, but the decisions are hard. What would Aunt Alice want? Did she prepare her funeral arrangements herself? Did she tell anyone what she would want? No matter what the question was, the answers still leave much to be decided.
Many people now want to be cremated. The process should be smoothly carried out by the funeral home. The funeral home should pick up the body and get the license for Cremation Pasadena. A good extra feature is making sure that the family gets copies of the death certificate.
What then is done with the ashes? Some families choose to spread them in an area much loved by the deceased. Others get an urn to keep them in. Some funeral homes provide an urn for free. If the ashes are going to be scattered, the cremains are ground down to a smooth texture. Urns can be low key or over the top since they will be placed on a shelf or be buried.
Even if Aunt Alice wanted to be cremated, there may still be a memorial service for her. That leads to even more questions. What would she have liked to wear? What kind of service – if any – she would have wanted? What were her favorite flowers? Would she wan an open casket? These decisions have to be made independently of the cremation decision.
In Pasadena, Texas, Leal Funeral Home takes gentle care of its client and the family. Offering all the above amenities, they go above and beyond what is expected from a funeral home. Elegant and classy, they provide transportation of the body, fill out the death certificate, acquire the Cremation Pasadena permit, ashes and two copies of the death certificate. Additionally, they offer an urn for free with a cremation.
During the hard times of a death in the family, it is important to have a supportive funeral home. These are just some of the things you need to think about.