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It happens all too often

A death occurs. And without warning, a family member or friend is left to make all the difficult decisions of arranging a funeral. Most have little idea of what is involved, what the costs are and, most importantly, what final arrangements the deceased would have wanted.


When a loved one dies, the anxieties and stress of making funeral arrangements can be an overwhelmingly emotional responsibility. The costs involved can leave a financial burden on surviving family members, especially when they may be least prepared to deal with additional financial worries. That's why more and more people are thoughtfully planning funeral arrangements in advance.

Protecting your loved ones

Planning funeral services in advance protects the family from additional stress and anxiety. Pre-planning can save you and your family from hasty decisions and emotional over-spending at the time of need. Pre-planning funeral services allows you to plan ahead by making your personal choices known. It also eliminates any guesswork about what choices you might have preferred.

At Liberty Cremation Services we make affordable and dignified arrangements possible at costs that are protected at today's prices. 

We will make every effort to inform those you care for of your wishes during their time of loss.

Helpful info

To help you with your planning, Liberty Cremation Services has put together a portfolio of information guides (Personal Planning Guide). This valuable information will help ensure your wishes and plans are in order. We'll personalize your portfolio to answer the most important questions you have about cremation and other service options

If you would like a copy of the following booklets or have questions, contact Liberty Cremation Services office either by phone or through the "Contact Us" tab on the menu bar. We will be pleased to be of service to you

Cremation Explained Booklet

This pamphlet answers questions often asked by individuals and families about cremation. Is a Funeral Director necessary? How is cremation accomplished? How are cremation services different from earth burials? What about costs? And more. Be sure to visit our FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) section for additional information about cremation.

Personal Planning Guide

This important book will help you and your family organize the information required at the time of death. In addition to your will, this book may be the most valuable and comprehensive document you can possess at the time of death. (To receive your copy, please contact Liberty Cremation Services).


« We had initiated arrangements so many years ago in keeping with mother’s poor health… this preliminary planning indeed helped when her death occurred. »

« A personal note to you… The combination of my aunt’s pre-planning and Liberty Cremation Services’ attention to every details made my function go very smoothly. »