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Cremation Services From $695-$1395

Our Cremation Package Includes

  • Transportation of the deceased to the crematory
  • Obtaining certified copies of death certificate
  • Obtaining cremation approval from the medical examiner
  • Assistance in filing for VA benefits and insurance policies
  • Social security administration forms completed
  • Alternative container (The container the body is cremated in)
  • Rigid container (For the return of the cremated remains)

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  • Serving all faiths & ethnicities

Veteran's Benefits

veteran's benefits

Burial benefits are available for spouses and dependents buried in a national cemetery include burial with the Veteran, perpetual care, and the spouse or dependents name and date of birth and death will be inscribed on the Veteran's headstone, at no cost to the family.

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Social Security Benefits

social security benefits

A one time payment is payable to the surviving spouse if he or she was living with the beneficiary at the time of death, or if living apart, was eligible for Social Security benefits on the beneficiary's earnings record for the month of death.



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Scattering at Sea

scattering at sea

The popularity of scattering at sea is steadily growing as people look to the organic nature of the ocean to help them bring closure to the loss of a loved one. Scattering at sea combines a sense of finality and a sense of a new beginning. It returns us to nature and the origin of our being.
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Memorial Programs For Alaska Cremation Services

When a loved one passes away, there are often needs to highlight their life in a variety of ways besides just a standard cremation and memorial service in Alaska Cremation Services. You can often express your love and respect for a recently deceased friend or family member by writing an obituary for the local newspaper, setting up a photographic display, creating a video presentation to show those who attend the cremation and even setting up a special memorial website where friends and family can share their heartfelt condolences from wherever they are. This gives many more people the opportunity share their feelings and experiences about the loved one and makes for a more meaningful cremation service in Alaska.

A great way to highlight a loved ones life is to create a cremation memorial program to be used in the Alaska Cremation Services. This is a program that will be created and presented to all who attend the Cremation Services as a momento of this special time. Most people will keep this program for a long time tucked into a family bible or as part of a cremation photo album. You can easily put together a memorial program with the help of the cremation professionals at the cremation service you choose in Alaska to hold the ceremony. A memorial program is essentially a small pamphlet or booklet that encapsulates the life of the deceased person all in one place. You can include photos, the obituary, poems, date of birth, birthplace, plus any written work by the deceased in addition to the cremation order of service and the names of the family members in attendance. You will also want to include any special bible verses or sayings that were important to the person who has passed on. Get advice on what to include in the memorial program by talking with the caring staff at the Alaska cremation service you choose for the cremation place. Most cremation programs will also include a special photo or a group of photos of the deceased person taken at some point in the past when they were happy and full of life. This is often a photo taken at a special event such as a family reunion, a church event or some other photo which shows the person in their best attire and beaming with joy. Choose something that will help to seal a positive memory of the person for many years – important especially to those trying to recover from their grief at losing their loved one in Alaska. Many times, a collage of photos taken at different times of the person’s life is a nice touch. In addition to having a paper memorial program, you can use other mediums such as video, to portray the life and times of the person whom you hold so dear. Create a slide show of special times in a person’s life and run it continually on a projector with background music as an effect. In the case of someone who has a terminal illness, it’s often best to have someone create a video of the person before they pass away with special words expressed to each family member or other key people attending the cremation. This can be an especially touching way for family and friends to remember the person with joy rather than sorrow. Modern families often create a website memorial for their beloved family member. Oftentimes the Alaska cremation service will place a small memorial on their website that can be shared with those who cannot attend the cremation for personal reasons. This can be a great way to share special memories of the person in a non-threatening environment. It can also be helpful when a cremation is delayed for a number of factors that are out of the control of the family. An online memorial lasts forever and can be added to on the anniversary of the person’s death as a special place to remember them always. You can find a wide variety of memorial program templates for use in printed materials, photographs, video and web enabled memorial pages on the Internet and through the resources provided by the Cremation Services in Alaska. Take the time to carefully put together a memorial program that conveys the real nature of the person who has passed away. For example, if the person was an outdoor lover, then a template that includes scenes from nature can be very fitting. If the person had a special affinity for a certain color or art, then include that into the template for your Alaska memorial program. Be creative and think of all the ways you can honor the memory of your loved one.
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