Cremation Options In Idaho
When a family or individual prefers Cremation as a means of disposition, there are generally three types of service. Within these types service, there are a number of arrangements, variations, and personalized option to choose from, catering to your personal desires. Our goal is always to provide a setting in which surviving family members and friends may find comfort, strength and meaning for their own life as they say goodbye to someone they love. Your wishes will always be met.
A Full-Service funeral may also be referred to as a Traditional Service. This traditional service is held inside of the funeral home, or any building, to allow those attending a protected environment from the cold, wind, rain, or heat of the outdoors. An indoor funeral service also provides seating for all who are in attendance. Having an indoor service also allows for the use of audio-visual components, such as slideshows and memory videos, for paying tribute to a loved one.
This funeral service includes the following: picking up the deceased individual, embalming and preparing for viewing and service, holding a private-family or public viewing, performing the funeral service, performing the Cremation, placing the cremated remains in an Urn, conducting a committal service at the graveside, and supervising the burial. If the family prefers to keep or dispose of the cremated remains on their own, the Urn is returned to the family without a committal service.
A medium funeral service is also referred to as Cremation with a Memorial service. This service is generally held at the Funeral Home after the Cremation has been completed. However, it may also be held elsewhere, and at a later date/time — whichever is most convenient or preferred by the surviving family members. We always strive to accommodate your wishes and the wishes of those whom you love.
This service includes the following: picking up the deceased individual, completing the Cremation, placing the cremated remains in an Urn, conducting the memorial service or committal service at the graveside, and supervising the burial. If the family prefers to keep or dispose of the cremated remains on their own, the urn is returned to the family without a committal service.
Immediate Disposition Funeral is, as the name implies, basic disposition of human remains — preferably within 24 hours of death. This basic service is the same service which is provided by Immediate Burial.
This service includes the following: picking up the deceased individual, refrigeration as needed, transportation to the Crematory, and supervision of the Cremation process.
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Our purpose is to make sure that each individual and family is given the information and opportunity to complete a full and comprehensive plan which will detail their preferences for funeral home, cemetery/crematory, and other selections.