1. Work with our professional staff
Throughout the cremation process you will work with one of our care counselors. Our staff will notify you as important details become available.
2. Safeguarding personal identity
To ensure accuracy, a personal identification band is placed with your loved one the moment your loved one is received into our care.
3. Secure tracking system
Upon arrival, your loved one receives a unique identification number. This number is used to track every phase of the cremation process. Personal belongings are placed in a secure area for safekeeping until they are returned to the family.
4. Family identification
Family visitations can be held at Kramer Family's chapel. Our professional staff will dress your loved one in the clothes provided by the family for a family visitation.
5. Proper documents filed
All cremation paperwork and permits are reviewed by our staff to ensure authorizations and permits have been received and properly documented.
6. Cremation record
Immediately prior to the cremation process your loved one's personal identification is noted in our cremation log records.
7. Details during the cremation
A cremation authorization signed by the next of kin, a state issued cremation permit, and a metal identification tag are used to confirm identity during the cremation process.
8. Details after the cremation
After the cremation is complete, the cremated remains are placed with the metal identification tag into an urn. The authorizations are placed in our permanent files.
9. Return of the cremated remains
Our staff will notify you to schedule a time for receipt of the cremated remains.
10. Celebration of life
Our staff is specially trained to conduct Life Celebration Services, and will assist in planning a funeral or memorial service, either before or after cremation. A meaningful ceremony provides an opportunity for family and friends to pay tribute and share the memories of a lifetime.