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About Funeral Homes and Cremation Providers

Funeral homes, also called "mortuaries," and cremation providers offer a wide range of services to assist families with funeral arrangements. Funeral prices and cremation costs can vary greatly from one funeral home, mortuary, or crematory to the next, even in the same town.

A full service funeral home or mortuary offers everything from burial services to cremation. They often sell caskets, urns, and other memorial products. Some funeral homes offer products and services that support green burial.

Direct cremation providers often operate out of simpler offices and work directly with the crematory to provide lower-cost cremation services for families in the community. 

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Everything You Want To Know About Embalming…And Even the Things You Don't
What is embalming? Embalming is the treatment of a deceased individual to temporarily preserve and forestall decomposition. In 1867, chemist August Wilhelm von Hofmann discovered formaldehyde, replacing the use of arsenic in the 20th century, and became the foundation for modern methods of embalming. Modern embalming cocktails contain a mixture ...
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COVID-19 Funeral Assistance From ...

COVID-19 Funeral Assistance From FEMA
FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, has announced that they are now providing financial assistance for COVID-19 related funeral expenses incurred after January 20, 2020. The funds were approved under the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2021 and the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021. COVID-19 Financial Assistance ...
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Funeral Assistance for Those ...

Funeral Assistance for Those Who Need It
Funerals today are very expensive and not everyone is able to afford them. Because of this some states offer burial or cremation assistance or benefits for indigent persons or families without a means to pay for funeral expenses for a loved one who received welfare of social service benefits. Indigent ...
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Can I Bring My Own Casket or Urn?
If you are wondering whethe you have to buy a casket, urn or other merchandise from a funeral home. The simple answer is "No". The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) clearly outline your choices when it comes to purchasing a casket, detailing that that you do not have to buy a casket ...
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