Cremation is a growing choice in our country and one that is widely accepted within many religions. When a body is cremated in our crematory, it is reduced to its natural elements, quickly and without chemicals. A variety of disposition options are available for those who choose cremation, including ground burial, cremation benches, urns, cremation niches, columbariums and scattering gardens.
Mountain View funeral Home and cemetery operates our own crematory inside our facility. Your loved one never leaves our care during the entire process, we keep your family member on site the entire time.
Questions about Cremation
Following are answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about cremation. Keep in mind that laws and procedures vary from state to state and from provider to provider.
What Is Cremation?
Is Embalming Required Prior To Cremation?
Is A Casket Needed For Cremation?
Can The Body Be Viewed Without Embalming?
Identification Viewing is encouraged because of the legal ramifications. The deceased is placed on a dressing table under sheet and blanket for the family to view.
Interpersonal Service offers family members time to view their loved one after they have been dressed and placed in an alternative container with a pillow and interior of their choice.
Public viewing for a visitation or funeral service requires embalming and an appropriate alternative container with handles.
Can The Family Witness The Cremation?
Is Cremation Accepted By All Religions?
Can An Urn Be Brought Into Church?
What Can Be Done With The Cremated Remains?
Don’t Most Funeral Homes Have A Crematory?
How Can I Be Sure I Receive The Correct Remains?
How Long Does The Actual Cremation Take?
What Happens After The Cremation is Complete?
Can Two Cremations Be Performed At Once?
What Do The Cremated Remains Look Like?