Our basic cremation package includes:
This special internet offer for a $695 basic direct cremation service is only available when arranged online using the forms below. This expedites the process, allowing us to provide this service at a discounted price.
This offer is also only applicable for at need services and to those who pay by cash or local verifiable check or cashier's check and money order.
If you have further questions, please phone our office during business hours 9 am - 4 pm Monday thru Friday.
(1) The right to control the disposition of the remains of a deceased person, the location, manner, and conditions of disposition, and arrangements for funeral goods and services to be provided vests in the following in the order named, provided such person is eighteen (18) years of age or older and is of sound mind: age or older and is of sound mind:
(A) First, if the decedent died while serving in any branch of the armed forces of the United States, the National Guard, or a reserve component of the armed forces, the decisions regarding the final disposition for the decedent shall be made by the person authorized to direct disposition on the DD Form 93 completed by the decedent prior to death;
(B) Second, a person appointed by the decedent in the decedent's declaration of final disposition executed before his or her death, in accordance with this section;
(C) Third, the surviving spouse;
(D) Fourth, the sole surviving child of the decedent or if there is more than one (1) child of the decedent, the majority of the surviving children;
(E) (i) Fifth, the surviving parent or parents of the decedent. (ii) If one (1) of the surviving parents is absent, the remaining parent shall be vested with the rights and duties of this section after reasonable efforts have been unsuccessful in locating the absent surviving parent;
(F) Sixth, the surviving brother or sister of the decedent or if there is more than one (1) sibling of the decedent, the majority of the surviving siblings;
(G) Seventh, the surviving grandparent of the decedent or if there is more than one (1) surviving grandparent, the majority of the grandparents;
(H) Eighth, the surviving grandchild of the decedent or if there is more than one (1) surviving grandchild, the majority of the grandchildren;
(I) Ninth, the guardian of the person of the decedent at the time of the decedent's death, if one had been appointed;
(J) (i) Tenth, the person in the classes of the next degree of kinship, in descending order, under the laws of descent and distribution to inherit the estate of the decedent. (ii) If there is more than one (1) person of the same degree, any person of that degree may exercise the right of disposition;
(K) Eleventh, any representative of state government or a political subdivision thereof that has the statutory obligation to provide for the disposition of the remains of the decedent, including but not limited to any entity authorized to take possession of the remains under § 20-17-701 et seq.; and
(L) In the absence of any person under this subsection, any other person willing to assume the responsibilities to act and arrange the final disposition of the decedent's remains, including without limitation the personal representative of the decedent's estate or the funeral director with custody of the body, after attesting in writing that a good faith effort has been made to no avail to contact the individuals under this subsection.