Cremation is a very personal choice and should be entered into with trusting professionals that can help guide you through all of the options that are available. At Moore Funeral and Cremation, we have a very different and professional approach. We carefully listen to your families needs and we are committed to providing you with professional, educated and knowledgeable choices that are available when choosing cremation.
Our commitment is to provide the appropriate recommendations that allow families to make wise decisions when deciding what type of ceremony best fits the life we are honoring and the family we are serving.
The Vice Family personally cares for your loved one from the moment we bring them into our care. We understand the sacred trust placed in us when caring for your loved one and it is important for you to understand that your loved one remains in our hands until your final wishes are fulfilled.
“Families who choose cremation should also consider honoring the life of the person who died with a funeral or memorial ceremony. For thousands of years, funerals have been a means of expressing our beliefs, thought and feelings about death of someone we love. Funerals help us acknowledge that someone we love has died.
They allow us to say “hello” on the pathway to goodbye. They provide a time and place for us to talk about the life and death of the person who died. Funerals are not about “closure,” they are about a good “beginning.” And because funerals bring people together, they encourage people to support each other in their grief.”
Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D. Director, www.centerforloss.com
If you have any further questions about our Cremation Services please contact us or visit our FAQ page.