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Transportation of Remains

In cases of local death, the funeral service often is able to offer transportation packages or to arrange for the transportation of remains to the funeral home. In cases of an out-of-town or out-of-state death, your funeral service can also help by working with another funeral service to make the necessary transportation arrangements. Air transportation of the body is the most common means of transport. In general, when working with an out-of-state funeral service, you can expect this service to:

•Remove the deceased from the place of death

•Prepare the deceased for transportation to the departure airport

•Provide a lightweight, inexpensive carrier for the remains

•Arange for any required documents and permits

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Embalming

Embalming – Typically, embalming is not required by law. However, certain types of services (e.g., open casket visitation), health concerns or time factors may necessitate embalming.

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Funeral & Burial Services

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Cremation

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Dressing & Casketing

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Limousine Rental

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