Spring Hill Funeral Home and Cemetery prides itself on performing its own cremation services onsite. You will have the comfort in knowing we are able to monitor all aspects of the cremation process and insure that everything has been handled properly and with care.
Cemetery Cremation Options
Today many families are choosing cremation as an alternative to traditional burial; and there are several ways to create a lasting memorial for loved ones to visit. Spring Hill Funeral Home and Cemetery offers an extensive selection, including glass-front niches, granite memorial benches, and boulders that have been adapted to hold cremated remains. Click here to read more about your options .
What types of cremation ceremonies are available?
Contrary to popular belief, cremation offers the widest variety of options for ceremony and memorialization. With a bit of pre-planning, you and your family members can decide on the ceremony and gathering that best meets your needs.
Simple Ceremonial Cremation (visitation prior to act of cremation)
This choice involves a full body visitation utilizing a ceremonial container/casket, followed by a religious or private gathering prior to the cremation process described above. After the cremation, the cremated body/ashes are ready for final memorialization, scattering or return to the family. Our Package plans offer a number of unique selections to choose in this category.
Simple Memorial Cremation (ceremony after the act of cremation)
Many who choose cremation do so to forgo the traditional aspects of a full body visitation but still want either a personal ceremonial gathering or religious tribute. Our facilities are perfect for any decision and our package plans offer a number of unique selections to choose in this category.
Non-Ceremonial Cremation (simple act of cremation)
We take care of bringing the deceased into our care, transportation and the act of cremation. Afterwards, we deliver the cremated body/ashes directly to the person or place you designate.