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If you are considering cremation for the future, you need these important questions answered today . . . .

  •  What is the Cost of Cremation?
  •  What are my options for memorialization?
  •  What can I do with the cremated remains?
The answers to these and many other questions are contained in the International Cemetery, Cremation & Funeral Association booklet entitled "Straight Answers to Real Questions About Cremation."
  Request the Pamphlet Here  

Acceptance of Cremation is Increasing
  • All religions accept cremation.
  • Cremation offers a simple, graceful, and economical alternative to the usual methods of creating a lasting memorial for our loved ones.
  • The number of people choosing cremation in this country increases every year.
Cremation and Memorials
  • After the remains are cremated, they are usually placed permanently in a container called an urn.
  • The popular choice is to place the urn in a columbarium niche or alcove.
  • The family may be as elaborate or as simple as they choose in their commemoration.
IMPORTANT: Inglewood Park Cemetery Crematory does not perform "direct" cremations. This means
that you must engage the services of a licensed funeral director to pick up, encase, and deliver the
remains to our crematory.
Read the History of Cremation (CANA)

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