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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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  • Compassionate and Professional service
  • Affordable & Dignified Cremation Services
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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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What We Can Do For You

Georgia Funeral Homes and Georgia trees have always been a part of life from the time dinosaurs roamed the earth to today’s more technically advanced world says Georgia Funeral Homes. Trees have survived through some of the world’s most unforeseen catastrophes, have been revered for their spiritual power by native peoples and are also known as a gateway to another world since they have been around for so long. Trees in the form of Georgia Funeral Homes memorials have become an integral part of the grieving process found in many Georgia Funeral Homes.

In today’s world, Georgia Funeral Homes memorial trees are becoming part of burial plots picked out in a more modern Georgia Funeral Homes. In many cultures says Georgia Funeral Homes, it is believed that with the death of someone, life is given and in this case it is true. Once a person has passed away, a tree can be planted in their memory anywhere in the world by Georgia Funeral Homes. The tree, as arranged by Georgia Funeral Homes, is then taken care of and becomes part of the world of trees as well as a growing memory of the person whose life it represents.

Georgia Funeral Homes find that the natural world of trees is much smaller than is used to be. Experts tell Georgia Funeral Homes that rainforests used to cover about 14 percent of the world and now they only cover about 6 percent. Georgia Funeral Homes say they are disappearing. In fact many experts tell Georgia Funeral Homes that the last rainforests will be torn down as well in a matter of forty years. Many trees are being ripped from their roots and not enough are being planted by Georgia Funeral Homes in order to help spread the lives of trees, which is very important to us as humans and Georgia Funeral Homes. Reforestation has become a global event and Georgia Funeral Homes and many people have already pitched in to help replant hundreds of trees in order to help their future.

As a person dies from the world, Georgia Funeral Homes have a chance to give back something we and Georgia Funeral Homes have helped to take away while here on earth. Whether it was through notebook paper to study with, firewood to keep us warm or even to build a fire to cook on we and Georgia Funeral Homes all have helped in the destruction of one of life’s elders. Through death Georgia Funeral Homes are given the chance to give back and replant a tree- which restores the trees we have used during our lifetime.

When a person buys a burial plot at the Georgia funeral homse they can also choose a Georgia Funeral Homes memorial tree as an option. Once a person has passed away, the Georgia Funeral Homes will take it upon themselves to contact the organization who will plant the tree. Once it has been planted, family members of the deceased will receive a paper in the mail from their Georgia Funeral Homes which defines where the tree is planted which can be anywhere in the world and what organization Georgia Funeral Homes has entrusted the care of the tree to such as making sure it has water and things of that nature. These trees are being called Georgia Funeral Homes memorial trees since they are planted by Georgia Funeral Homes in the name of someone passing away.

Through ancient customs as well, tree planting after ones’ death has been a normal occurrence. Georgia Funeral Homes say that many ancient civilizations believed that when their deceased loved ones passed away they would be reborn into another life, the afterlife. For our generation, things have not changed too much because a lot of people and Georgia Funeral Homes believe that there is an afterlife in heaven.

By planting a tree through Georgia Funeral Homes, a person can have a sense of a rebirth of the person they have lost and many believe that their spirit lies within that tree. Others may believe it is all fantasy and when you have died, you are just dead and that is it. Georgia Funeral Homes know that our world is made up of those who believe in certain things while others believe everything can be explained through science. When it comes to planting a tree through Georgia Funeral Homes for your loved one you should never think twice about it if you believe that your loved one will be either reborn through the tree, loved trees their whole life or you get a sense of pride and happiness by planting a tree through Georgia Funeral Homes in their name.

Everyone should have the right to believe the way they want to and express themselves and what better way to express yourself than to have a tree planted by Georgia Funeral Homes after the one that you love or even after yourself once you have left earth. It is simple to have a tree planted by Georgia Funeral Homes for yourself or a family member and Georgia Funeral Homes can even arrange for it to be planted in a park near you or even in your backyard so that you can see the tree grow and take care of it yourself if you wish.

Just talk to your local Georgia Funeral Homes or the Georgia Funeral Homes which is going to take care of your loved ones once they pass away or even for yourself. Once you have added a memorial tree to your burial plot your funeral home will have no problem in making sure it is carried out and that there is a tree planted in memory of yourself or your loved one. It is never too late to give back to our planet and everyone should do something even if it happens to be through a tree.

Please call us if we can assist you with Georgia Funeral Homes.