Monday, October 16, 2017

Direct Cremation in NJ

Giving the proper burial service for your departed loved one is a tough predicament. Burial services can be very emotional for your family. Sometimes the cost for funeral services becomes too much and brings in more stress than needed especially during this sensitive time. As of recently, some families are looking for alternative burial options at an affordable price. Direct cremation is a common option families choose for their departed loved one. 

Direct Cremation in NJ
Direct cremation in NJ is a service you would need to get from a trusted and experienced funeral home, Bergen Funeral Service Inc. has over 50 years of direct cremation services in NJ, and our compassionate staff are there with you through the entire process. Direct cremation doesn't allow for a funeral service, since your loved one would be cremated after they have departed from this world.

Although there is no funeral or memorial service this doesn't mean you don't have to celebrate their life the way your family wishes. Our direct cremation in NJ allows you to be reunited with your loved one in a timely matter.

Direct cremation doesn't allow for visitation or viewing of the body. You can choose an urn that you would like your loved ones remains to be placed before the service. Like any other funeral, you will need to have a death certificate before cremation takes place. Once the service is complete, we will bring your loved to you and it is your choice on how to honor their life.

Our sympathetic staff at Bergen Funeral understand how difficult this time is for your family. We offer a free quote that can fit the needs of  your family's budget. Our staff is here to help ease any burdens you bare and guide you through the entire process.

For more information about our direct cremation in NJ or if you have an particular questions about our other services, contact Bergen Funeral Service Inc. at (800)-262-7901.

Bergen Funeral Service Inc. - Your compassionate provider for Direct Cremation in NJ.

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