Cremation Care For Your Family’s Peace of Mind

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Northern Arizona’s most affordable solution for your family.

No matter what your financial background is, you and your family deserve professional service at an affordable price

About Us

Years of experience working with families to find a solution that works while being sensitive and responsive to their needs.

We know there are other funeral homes in the area to choose from. But we also know that families who turn to us during a time of loss, or for pre-arrangement services experience our very high standards of service.

We offer professional guidance and personal and specialized attention before, during and after the loss of a loved one. Our reputation for honesty and integrity is very well-known, and it is our most valuable asset.

Arrangements

How Do You Arrange for a Cremation?

Whether you are pre-planning or making arrangements after you have lost a loved one, there are certain steps you’ll want to take in making arrangements for cremation planning. If you’re feeling overwhelmed, it may be helpful to have friends or family take on some of these steps to make it easier.

3 Steps for preparations

Going through the process

Contact Funeral Home

The first thing you’ll want to do is call our local funeral homes or services in your area. You’ll want to make them aware that you or a loved one plan to cremate as part of their funeral service. (928) 768-7387

If you are planning for a deceased loved one according to their will and testament, you’ll want to go over pricing with the funeral director and compare it to other funeral homes or online services.

Preparing Transport & Medical Certificate

After you have secured a service provider for the cremation, you’ll need to set up transportation. The funeral home or service provider will often help arrange to obtain transportation, the death certificate, ensure obituary publication, and take care of other necessary paperwork.

The next step you’ll want to handle is obtaining the medical certificate from the doctor, which explains the cause of death. In some cases, you may need to obtain the coroner’s report for post mortem examination.

Authorization Paperwork for Cremation

After that, you’ll want to sign and authorize forms for the cremation of the deceased individual. There is a lot of paperwork involved with cremation, so you may want to go over the fine print with your funeral director or service provider.

In the event you are pre-planning for yourself, you can sign and authorize the cremation form yourself.

Recent

Obituraries

Monroe Knodel March 17, 1936 – February 28, 2019

Monroe Knodel, who died on February 28, 2019, was born on March 17, 1936 to David and Christina (Hess) Knodel. He grew up on the farm and graduated from Kief High School in 1954. Monroe served in the United States Army from October 1957-1959 and again from October...

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Very happy with the way you worked with me through a very difficult time in my life. Thank You,

Sam Fouss, Bullhead City, az

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