When we founded National Cremation in 1973, we set out to help families that choose cremation for their final needs by providing a simple and affordable cremation service. Today, 160,000 families later, we are the nation’s oldest and largest provider of cremation services, still helping families plan.
We have learned from our client families along the way. We have learned that individuals and families choose cremation for a variety of reasons. Many choose cremation for the low cost and simplicity; others to reduce their eternal land use. Over the years, we’ve become not only cremation specialists, but cremation experts.
National Cremation appreciates the opportunity to work with you and your family and show you how simple cremation can be. Whether you have an immediate need at the time of death or are preplanning cremation for a future need, you are sure to find that our cremation services meet your needs.
The prices below are based on the General Price List for National Cremation Society. However, funeral homes sometimes have special pricing packages available, and you should ask if those are available.
Simply schedule an appointment above to get an exact quote from the funeral home.
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|Basic Services of the Director, Staff, and Overhead||$850|
|Use of Equipment and Staff for Graveside Service||$400|
|Transfer of Remains to Funeral Home (First Call)||$329|
The General Price List we have on file for National Cremation Society has an effective date of March 1, 2016. The prices on our site are for your reference only. We can’t guarantee that the actual prices will be the same as the prices listed on our site. All funeral homes have an effective date on their Price Lists that are subject to change and we recommend that you ask the funeral home for its most recent prices over the phone or for a copy of their General Price List.
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