When someone passes away, one of the ways that you can remember them is through cremation.
There are several benefits that come with a VA cremation service. One is the cost. It is a fraction of the price to cremate a person as compared to burying the remains at the cemetery using a casket. You will have to pay the money for the opening of the grave as well as other expenses associated with the burial that you don’t have to worry about with cremation.
Another thing to look at is that you can have a memorial service for someone who has been cremated. The container can be placed on a table at the front of the church or funeral home, and pictures of the person can be placed around the container. Some funeral homes will let you rent a casket to make the experience seem more formal instead of simply using the container. After the memorial service, you can take the container, or urn, home to place it on a shelf in a favorite room or to keep it in a secure location. It can also be placed in a smaller burial vault later on if you choose not to keep the remains.