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Exploring Options with Cremation

Published: February 26, 2015

When a loved one passes, it is hard to decide what to do first. Arrangements must be made and a funeral must be planned, but the grieving process can not be placed on hold. That’s where Anctil-Rochette & Son Funeral Home comes in. We can help you make all of the necessary arrangements so you can focus on what is important. We offer a variety of services, including cremation in New Hampshire. There are a few misconceptions about cremation so we work hard to make sure everything is explained correctly.

Just because the deceased chose to be cremated does not mean that there cannot be a ceremony or a memorial. Those gatherings are often the first step in coping with the passing of a loved one. A ceremony can still be held to reflect on the passing of the deceased and to celebrate the life he or she had lived. The cremation process does not have to be completed immediately. An open or a closed casket ceremony can be held before cremation.

Commonly, the cremated remains are placed in an urn to be kept in a special place or to be scattered at a location that was important to the person. The options for the remains are endless. Some families have indoor or outdoor mausoleums, some families bury the urn and other families have a special urn garden than they will add to. Cremation in New Hampshire is not limiting, instead it offers more options than a typical burial.

At Anctil-Rochette & Son Funeral Home, there are plenty of options available at a variety of prices. All of the arrangements for cremation in New Hampshire can be discussed with a funeral director. To begin discussing arrangements, call us at 603-883-3041.

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