End-of-life-planning isn’t easy. There are many factors to be considered when planning for a loved one’s or your own final arrangements. One of the larger decisions to be made is between cremation and burial. Depending on factors like your budget, personal values, beliefs, and location, one or the other may be more su...READ MORE
When the unfortunate time comes to begin planning a service for a recently lost loved one, it’s important for you to know that you have many options. Here at Fort Worth Funerals & Cremations, we will do everything in our power to ensure that the ceremony is respectful and properly honors their life. We are proud to provide a space for you to be with family and friends to grieve and provide each other the comfort that you need. If you have any questions or would like to go over your options, please feel free to contact our funeral home today.
No matter if you are planning on having a more traditional ceremony or one that is more unique, we are happy to work with your requests in order to make sure that the event is exactly how you envision it. We know how important this moment is for you to seek the comfort of your family and friends and to honor the life of the loved one that you just lost. We understand that certain religions and cultures have distinct funeral traditions and we do our very best to accommodate your needs. We know how important this moment is for you and your loved ones, and are honored to offer our help wherever and however we can.
A memorial service, just like a funeral service, is a time to remember and honor the life of a loved one and seek support and comfort from those who matter most to you. The service can be held at any time, whether shortly after their passing or weeks later. You have the option to have the urn present or not. What really matters is that you have a time and a place to gather together and seek support while paying your respects. You are given the options to have the service at home, the final resting place, or right here at our funeral home.
When it comes to choosing a traditional burial, we want you to have options. We know how important this moment is and want to make sure that we provide you with the services that you are hoping for to honor the one that you recently lost. You have the ability to decide between an immediate burial without a public service, a visitation, a closed or open casket viewing, a ceremony at a church or private home, a graveside service, or even a funeral service here at our funeral home in Fort Worth. We do not want you to feel restricted when deciding on how to honor the one you lost and will do everything that we can to provide you with the service that you are hoping for to pay your respects.
More and more people have been deciding that cremation is the best option for themselves or their loved one, and for good reason. Through cremation, it is much more flexible as to how and when the service can be held. You can decide on a traditional funeral service before the cremation or have a memorial service afterwards. Following the service, you can either hold on to the urn yourself, go spread your loved one’s ashes in a place that was special to them, or have it buried in a grave or columbarium. We know what this moment means and only want to provide you with as many options as possible so that you can honor them after their passing. We have a vast collection of urns for you to choose from and can help you with the planning if you would like.
We know how difficult this time is for you and want to do everything possible to help ease the pain. If you would like any further information then please feel free to reach out to us today.