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The body is present and can be placed in a “rental Casket” then following the service cremation takes place, often followed by a burial of the urn at the cemetery of your choice. This allows blending the importance of the body present for services and those families preferring cremation afterwards.
Memorial services often involve having the urn present at the service along with photos and other mementoes. Burial often follows in the cemetery of your choice.
occasionally a family prefers to simply meet at the cemetery either with the body in a casket or with the cremated remains in your choice of urn.
Zahrbock Funeral Service and Cremation offers a complete line of caskets in both style and price range…whether you prefer a steel casket or in a certain color, or may prefer the warmth and natural beauty of solid hardwood caskets.
Complete selection of burial vaults is available from Wilbert Vault Company and they deliver and set up at the graveside. An unsealed grave liner is the minimum cemetery requirement to house a casket and selecting a sealed burial vault provides long-lasting protection.
Cremation Urns are made of wood, bronze, brass, marble and plastic and come in many designs. Many families bury the urn at a family cemetery plot allowing for a permanent disposition.
We also offer assistance in designing grave markers and monuments which are available in many shapes, sizes and granite colors. We have been affiliated with several monument companies for over 50 years and we would be pleased to show you many of their memorials in local cemeteries.
“Grief is the feeling of reaching out for someone who’s always been there, only to discover when I need her [or him] one more time, she’s no longer there.”
When someone you care about dies, it is one of life’s most painful events….perhaps even the MOST painful event you might experience. Our reaction to death is many faceted and extremely difficult to discuss. In many circumstances, those engulfed in grief are left alone to cope with their pain...especially after the initial couple of weeks have passed.Learn More
During the funeral service, common sense and empathy for those grieving are expected in today’s society. When someone you care about is struck with a death in their family, your natural instinct is to lend your heart and hand in any way. We have put together a guide to help display caring and appropriate behavior, giving you the confidence in knowing your gestures are well received and in good form.Learn More
The next steps are often difficult to plan. Who to call, where to start with memorial invitations, where to hold the reception.. We know there is a lot to do and we are available for all your needs. To help with the next steps of the planning process, our funeral care professionals have created a checklist to help guide you along the way.Learn More
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