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What to Ask a Crematorium

The process of making funeral arrangements can seem daunting when you're experiencing grief from the death of a loved one. If the deceased's final wishes include cremation, you'll need to find a reputable crematorium to handle the body. Keep these questions in mind to help simplify the process and allow you to focus on paying your respects.

  • Doe you offer space for memorial services?
    Some facilities have special rooms where you can hold a viewing or funeral on the premises. If the crematorium does not offer this type of service, inquire if there is a nearby mortuary that can accommodate memorials.

  • Can a representative of the family observe the cremation?
    Be cautious of facilities that do not allow witnesses. A reputable service should allow someone to watch the process to ensure that the ashes received are really those of the deceased.

  • Are your workers or your facility certified?
    Several organizations provide certification for crematory workers and facilities, including the Cremation Association of North America and the International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association. Certification attests to the skills and professionalism of a facility and its employees.

  • What options do you have available for the body and the remains?
    If the crematorium allows on site memorial services, the facility may sell caskets for viewings. Most crematoriums also have a selection of urns available for the ashes in many price ranges. Some may even sell space in a cemetery for you to store the urn.

  • How do you handle the return of jewelry?
    Crematoriums should have a policy on how they store and return valuables.

  • What do you do with prosthetic items?
    If your loved one had a prosthetic limb or another item that cannot be cremated, the crematorium may require these items to be removed prior to the process. Otherwise, they should have a policy to arrange for their disposal or return.
  • Cremation Association of North America
    The Cremation Association of North America was originally formed to promote the modern techniques in cremation and burial. Learn more about our association and the services our members provide today.
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    STANDARD LISTINGS:   CREMATORIES-AND-CREMATION-SERVICES IN/NEAR NORTH DAKOTA
    Vertin Munson Wahpeton Funeral Home
    1 review: *****
    503 3rd Ave N, Wahpeton, ND 58075
    (701) 642-4000 Write review for this local business

    "The family had requested to be contacted when their loved one was buried this spring. The family WAS NOT notified. They just found out today and all family members are very distraught. ..."
    Stevenson Funeral Home Inc
    1 review: *****
    45 4th Ave W, Dickinson, ND 58601
    (701) 483-7900 Write review for this local business

    "Thanks for all the help! It is making my decision to do this so much easier. ..."
    Eastgate Funeral Service Write review for this local business
    2302 E Divide Ave, Bismarck, ND 58501
    (701) 223-7322  
    Bismarck Funeral Home & Crematory Write review for this local business
    3723 Lockport St, Bismarck, ND 58503
    (701) 223-4055  
    Parkway Funeral Service Write review for this local business
    2330 Tyler Pkwy, Bismarck, ND 58503
    (701) 223-1100  
    Weigel Funeral Home Write review for this local business
    309 4th Ave NW, Mandan, ND 58554
    (701) 663-5351  
    Buehler-Larson Funeral Home Write review for this local business
    1701 Sunset Dr, Mandan, ND 58554
    (701) 663-9630  
    Dawise-Perry Funeral Services Write review for this local business
    4614 Memorial Hwy, Mandan, ND 58554
    (701) 663-3239  
    Krebsbach & Kulseth Funeral Service Write review for this local business
    301 S Main, Bowman, ND 58623
    (701) 523-3290  
    Myers Funeral Home Write review for this local business
    203 SE 2nd St, Linton, ND 58552
    (701) 254-5350  
    Dakota Memorials Write review for this local business
    414 S 15th St, Bismarck, ND 58504
    (701) 258-2836  
    Stevenson-Spangelo Funeral Home Inc Write review for this local business
    202 S Maple St, Hebron, ND 58638
    (701) 878-4406  
    Evans Funeral Home Write review for this local business
    90 Poplar Ave N, Carrington, ND 58421
    (701) 652-3003  
    Evanson-Jenson Funeral Home Write review for this local business
    118 E 3rd St, Mott, ND 58646
    (701) 824-2693  
    Bismarck Floral Write review for this local business
    1400 Airport Rd, Bismarck, ND 58504
    (701) 255-3312  
    Goetz Funeral Home Inc Write review for this local business
    522 Main Ave, Washburn, ND 58577
    (701) 462-3666  
    Barbot Seibel Funeral Home Write review for this local business
    1301 Highway 49 N, Beulah, ND 58523
    (701) 873-7700  
    Thompson Funeral Home Write review for this local business
    48 3rd St NE, Garrison, ND 58540
    (701) 223-4424  
    Quam Plaisted Cushman Funeral Homes Write review for this local business
    802 Roberts Ave NW, Cooperstown, ND 58425
    (701) 797-2244  
    Hertz Brothers Inc Write review for this local business
    46 Main Ave, New Leipzig, ND 58562
    (701) 584-2290  
    Ladbury Funeral Service Write review for this local business
    1133 I94 Business Loop E, Dickinson, ND 58601
    (701) 264-7195  
    Carlsen Funeral Home & Crematory Write review for this local business
    152 Po Box, Ashley, ND 58413
    (701) 288-3277  
    Honorable Memories Write review for this local business
    7420 Hightop Ln, Bismarck, ND 58503
    (701) 751-3975  
    Mischel - Olson Stevenson Price - Murphy Funeral H Write review for this local business
    105 S Main St, Glen Ullin, ND 58631
    (701) 348-3513  

    Once cremation is chosen after a death, the process of dealing with the deceased begins. The first step is to learn about how the cremation process works, by contacting a crematorium or mortuary. Learn about your choices in urns for the ashes, burial vs. scattering the ashes and the cost involved with the process. Most people find that cremation and a memorial service cost much less than a traditional burial of the body in a wood or metal casket in a cemetery, a viewing time and a formal funeral service.

    Memorial services after cremation are usually arranged by the family but overseen by a religious leader. Some religions do not allow for cremation, so it is important to explore these restrictions before making the appointment with the crematorium. In some cases it may be better to go with a burial in the cemetery, adding proper clothing and jewelry to the body in the casket for the funeral prior to the graveside service.

    The next step is to find a crematorium to perform the cremation for you. There are crematoriums that deal specifically with people and others that deal with pets, so know which one you are working with. A mortuary can often refer you to a service they commonly work with that other clients have liked and respected.

    In the midst of your grief, it can be difficult to know what to do with the urn of ashes after the memorial service, but the mortuary will encourage you to begin making plans. The good news is that you don't have to make decisions directly after the death, if you prefer to wait until your grief has subsided. A family death is never an easy process, but dealing with the arrangements afterward can be a therapeutic way to deal with your loss.


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