Cremation

All About Cremation

Cremation is not a final disposition.

Many people are choosing cremation, but that doesn’t mean they have to sacrifice the healing, traditional elements of a funeral or memorial service. Furthermore, it is important to select a final resting place for a love one's cremated remains so that friends and family can have a place to visit to honor and remember them.

Graveside Funeral Services

We can help you design a meaningful and healing service to take place at the graveside. Graveside services can take place outdoors or inside Woodlawn's Mausoleum Chapel dependent upon which location is selected as the final resting place for your loved one. We’ll guide you through the process of personalizing both the service and the site in multiple ways. 

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Committal Services

Funerals may take place at the Woodlawn Funeral Home Chapel or at a place of worship. If you choose to have your funeral or memorial service at your place of worship, an internment and committal service can follow at the graveside. These are important gatherings to commemorate a life and mark the end of physical closeness. Family and friends gather to commit a loved one to the earth and say final farewells together. A committal service is symbolic and a helpful step in healing.

Funerals may take place at the funeral home chapel or at a place of worship. If you choose to have your funeral or memorial service at your place of worship, an internment and committal service can follow at the graveside. These are important gatherings to commemorate a life and mark the end of physical closeness. Family and friends gather to commit a loved one to the earth and say final farewells together. A committal service is symbolic and a helpful step in healing.

Cremation Options

For more information about cremation at Woodlawn Funeral Home & Crematory, please call
757-455-2838 or click below.

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