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What is Cremation?

Cremation is the process of reducing the human body to bone fragments using high heat and flame.  Cremation is not the final disposition of the remains, nor is it a type of funeral service.

Is embalming required prior to cremation?

No.  Embalming is not required for cremation but is often done.  A required element of cremation arrangements is scheduling a time for identification or viewing.  This is an opportunity for family to spend time in a home like setting away from the medical equipment and machines and is an important step in the days following a death. Embalming is the medical procedure done by licensed embalmers that allows for the most natural final viewing possible. Embalming is not to preserve the body but rather delay the natural effect of death, includes sanitization and allows the final viewing to be as natural as possible.

Funeral Merchandise

We have a great selection of Funeral Merchandise to choose from. Whether you are looking for Metal or Wooden Caskets, Cremation Urns or Keepsakes. 

Feel free to look around on our online merchandise page.

Contact Moles Farewell Tributes

Moles Farewell Tributes works hard at being available to you for any of your questions.

If you would like to contact us to answer any of your funeral related questions please do so by phone, email or stop by. 

Considering Cremation Options, Let Moles Farewell Tributes help

  • Are you in the process of considering your final disposition?

  • Whether to choose between Burial or Cremation?

We have created a list of common Questions and Answers to help you when considering Cremation as an option.

If you have any questions left unanswered, please feel free to contact us.