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Our Code of Ethics

Your Rights 

  • You have a right to a general price list 
  • You have a right to clear, easily understood pricing 
  • You have a right to freedom of choice in service and merchandise 
  • You have a right to an informative and comprehensive authorization form 
  • You have a right to be advised of all legal requirements and policies with regards to cremation 
  • You have a right to inspect the crematory at any time and witness the cremation if you wish 
  • Cremations will be performed individually, by a licensed funeral director at our facility. The deceased will not leave the direct control of our licensed staff 

Identification of the Body 

  • Before cremation is performed it is in the best interest of survivors and the funeral home to ensure the correct identity of the deceased 
  • Unless the deceased is embalmed the identification must be done for a limited time period and by a limited number of people 
  • Proper measures will be taken to ensure the deceased will appear in the best manner possible and will be sanitized. However, without embalming, proper appearance and length of time in which the deceased is viewable after death cannot be guaranteed 

State Law 

  • There are strict statutes in place which govern cremation, we will make sure that all statutes are strictly adhered to both for the protection of the funeral home and your family. 
  • There are several factors which determine the time frame in which a cremation will take place. The first being a mandatory 48 hour waiting period. Secondly, no cremation can take place without the permission of the medical examiner or coroner in the county of death. The medical examiner or coroner will not sign a cremation permit until a death certificate is signed. Doctors have five business days after receiving the death certificate to sign as to the cause of death. It is not uncommon for cremation to take place 5-10 days after the date of death. Please check with the funeral home before planning any service that would have cremated remains present.

 

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