Cremation Services provided to Bethesda, MD.

For compassionate services for cremation in the area of Bethesda, MD, please use Value Choice Cremation and Funeral Care. More information about their services can be found at https://www.valuechoicecremationandfuneral.com/

Rockville, United States - September 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Value Choice Cremation and Funeral Care provides Bethesda, MD. with complete and affordable cremation services. A family may arrange to have a traditional funeral service come before the cremation of a loved one or have a memorial ceremony that takes place after it. With the quality end-of-life merchandise and services offered by the funeral directors at Value Choice Cremation and Funeral Care, a family is certain to find all its needs met in regard to making final arrangements. Please read more about the critical services provided by this reputable firm by visiting https://www.valuechoicecremationandfuneral.com/

It may be difficult for a family to choose between cremation and interment, especially if their loved one never made his or her preference clear. If this is the case, the compassionate and experienced funeral professionals of Value Choice Cremation and Funeral Care would be honored to assist them in making this vital decision by providing needed information, guidance and support. For people who know that they want to be cremated after they pass, the funeral directors encourage them to write a funeral pre plan now and give a copy of it to someone they trust. If they do not officially indicate this desire, their cremation is dependent on the signed approval of their spouse. If they have no living husband or wife, all of their offspring must agree to the cremation process. If they have no children, their next of kin has the final say.

Those who choose cremation for a loved one or for themselves may receive the healing benefits of a traditional funeral service. A viewing or closed casket visitation can be planned to occur prior to the funeral. The only difference between traditional services before cremation and those before burial is that a rental or cremation casket it used. The funeral directors of Value Choice Cremation and Funeral Care https://www.valuechoicecremationandfuneral.com/ have a fine selection of such caskets available and it would be their privilege to help a family select one that is appropriate in appearance and cost.

In addition, there is the option of hosting a memorial gathering in honor of the departed taking place at some time after the cremation has been conducted. It is common for such events to be scheduled on the one-year anniversary of the person’s death. A memorial service can be held in any location, giving families the flexibility to choose a setting that was special to the deceased.

Contact Info:
Name: Ed Sagel
Email: ed@sagelbloomfield.com
Organization: Value Choice Cremation and Funeral Care P.A.
Address: 1091 Rockville Pike, Rockville, MD 20852, United States
Phone: +1-301-296-6864

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 407427

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