Whatever your motivation is in considering cremation, it is important that you are well informed regarding the cremation process so that your wishes and concerns are adequately represented now and in the future.
Once you are ready to sit down with a funeral home to discuss cremation, make sure you get clear answers to these seven questions.
But many individuals are unclear about how go about arranging cremation services. There is a lot of information available online from some reputable state and national associations. These are always good places to start. But because not all funeral homes or crematories operate the same way, make sure you get clear answers to these seven questions once you are ready sit down and discuss arranging cremation services.
We have provided our answers below for your consideration.
The cremation specialists at Charles F. Snyder Funeral Home & Crematory will answer these, and any other question you may have, clearly and completely. Contact a licensed funeral director online, or call us at 717-393-9661 to arrange a meeting at your home, or at our Downtown Lancaster, Lititz Pike or Millersville funeral homes.
Standing in the center of Penn Square always reminds me that I call downtown Lancaster my home. I grew up four blocks from the square, walked to school at St. Anthony's, and played sports at the Boys Club. My first job, my first home (where I raised my two children) and the business I operate are all within minutes of William Penn's statue. I love the diversity of the city and am truly blessed to live and work here. — Charles F. “Chip” Snyder, Jr. Owner, Licensed Funeral Director
Our four funeral homes in Lancaster County makes it easy and convenient to make arrangements and host services close to home.