Cremation Followed by Memorial Service
Honorable and memorable.
A cremation followed by a memorial service is a type of funeral service that involves a ceremony to remember and celebrate the life of the deceased. Cremation typically happens prior to the memorial service.
The memorial service can be religious or non-religious, and can take place at a funeral home, church, or other location that was meaningful to the deceased. It may include prayers, speeches, music, and other elements that reflect the life and personality of the individual who has passed away.
After the memorial service, the cremated remains are usually returned to the family to find a permanent resting place for their loved one.