The Everything Cremation Guide
You Have Options
If you have questions about cremation, we created The Everything Cremation Guide just for you. This free guide reveals there is much more than choosing between ground burial or cremation. You’ll learn that cremation offers surprising flexibility, including creative, affordable, and very personal ways to customize it.
Funeral & Cemetery
The decision to be cremated is just the first step in your end-of-life planning. Did you know you can have a traditional funeral at Tippecanoe Funeral & Cremation Services Funeral Chapel, followed by cremation? Or that you can have a cremation, followed by a memorial service at either the Funeral Chapel or at the graveside at Tippecanoe Memory Gardens?
Take Home Selections
Even if you select permanent placement in the cemetery or in a mausoleum niche, you can also keep a portion to design jewelry or keepsakes for yourself and for your family. Did you know that keepsakes can be created whether a cremation has just occurred, or you have existing ashes that you aren’t sure what to do with?
Request your free Everything Cremation Guide using the form below. The Guide was created to give you a better understanding of the choices you have when you choose cremation.
For instance, you can be embalmed for a traditional service and then cremated—and then the ashes can be buried. Or, you might choose a cremation bench, mausoleum niche, water burial, or take-home selections like jewelry and other keepsakes.
That’s what this Guide is all about—informing families of the hundreds of choices available at Sunset, many of which are not available anywhere else in our area. Request your free guide today.
For the first time in history, the number of people choosing cremation is more than the number choosing burial.
If you don’t know what to do with the ashes, you’re not alone. The fact is, you have hundreds of options. Read Mary’s, Alfredo’s, and Amanda’s stories.
Learn all about these options:
- Free Cremation Garden
- Butterfly Garden
- Tippecanoe Memory Gardens Mausoleums
- Ground Burial | Public & Private Niches
- Granite Boulders, Benches & Pedestals
You can choose to keep a loved one’s ashes close to you always—even if you select permanent placement in the cemetery or in a mausoleum niche—by also using a portion to design jewelry or keepsakes for yourself and for your family. Cherished keepsakes can be created whether a cremation has just occurred, or If you have existing ashes that you aren’t sure what to do with.
If scattering is what you decide, you can do so on land or water (and still keep a portion for keepsakes). We offer multiple eco–friendly memorial scattering urns in many styles, shapes, and colors. Did you know you can also send ashes into space, over to the Holy Land, or create a coral reef? Our Cremation Specialists will help you plan for anything you have in mind.
Cremation allows for loved ones to have a ceremony. There is no time pressure to make fast decisions or for gathering family and friends. Learn about:
- Memorial Services
- Funeral Services
- End-of-Life Celebrations
The decision to be cremated is just the first step in your end-of-life planning. Our free cremation guide shows you what many families choose and gives you space to do your own planning for your cremation.