Traditional burial is a beautiful way to physically lay your loved one to rest. Traditional burials, or casket burials, are what most people associate with a cemetery – specifically they often think of a lawn burial.
There are a few options to consider when thinking of a casket burial. In addition to the lawn burial, there are also mausoleum options, as well as family estates or private gardens.
Grief is a process, and lawn burials allow family and friends to visit their deceased loved one as they wish. We also offer options for private plots and family cemetery areas. Our partners at Green Hills have beautiful and unmatched cemetery properties to choose from.
If you want to keep your loved one close while memorializing them, cremation may be the best option. Cremation offers the ability to keep the departed close in an urn, memory box, or other elegant keepsake option.
Coastal Funeral Center’s cremation burials, which can take the form of inurnment in a lawn plot, or beautiful glass niches in mausoleums, are peaceful and lovely places for a final resting place for a loving family member.
Some people have the misconception about cremation that it does not leave behind a memorial plot to visit, but that’s not true! You absolutely have cremation burial options that will leave a place for friends and family to visit for the many years to come.
Cremation burial is an increasingly common choice in today’s society, and our partners at Green Hills offer a variety of options for a beautiful and safe place for your loved one.
If you’d prefer to scatter your loved one’s ashes in a place they loved, we can help you return their body to the earth through our Coastline Memorial Celebration.
One of the most difficult things we see regularly at Coastal Funeral Center is people grieving their recently passed family member while also having to deal with the stress and pressure of funeral planning.
With Coastal Funeral Center’s advance planning service, you can take this pressure off the shoulders of your loved ones by making your own arrangements ahead of time. You can work with one of our advance planning specialists to make sure that your own end-of-life celebration leaves your legacy in a way that reflects how you want to be remembered.
Not only does that help your loved ones to focus on grieving instead of funeral planning, but it also gives them the peace of mind that comes with knowing they are laying their loved one to rest in exactly the way they wanted.
Contact Coastal Funeral Center today to find out more about advance planning, and how it can help you and your family.