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Cremation Service near Newburgh IN

Cremation Services in Newburgh Indiana

Whether looking for affordable Funeral Options, Cremation Services, or Cemetery options Sunset Funeral Home, Cremation Center, & Cemetery serves families in Newburgh IN,  and the surrounding communities such as Darmstadt and Earle IN.

 

Newburgh IN Cremation

While there may be other reputable local cremation services in Newburgh IN, Sunset Funeral Home, Cremation Center, & Cemetery is there for you and stands by you every step of the way to ensure we give your loved one has a dignified Funeral Service.

Allow Sunset Funeral Home, Cremation Center, & Cemetery the chance to serve your family. Contact us today to learn more about our Affordable Cost Options.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions about Cremation in Newburgh

 

Why Cremation Has Become a Popular Choice

People are choosing cremation over traditional funerals for different reasons:

  • Cremations are flexible in that you have the option of whether or not you want any type of remembrance ceremony (e.g. a funeral or visitation) beforehand. Having a service before the cremation allows family to say goodbye to the body of their loved one. With a memorial service held after the cremation, you can choose to have it any time.
  • Cremations are typically less expensive than traditional funerals (we’ll cover costs in a moment) because there is often no need for a traditional casket, preparation of the remains, a cemetery plot or headstone.
  • Cremains are portable. If you move, your loved one’s ashes move with you. It’s difficult for some people to have to move away from city or town where the grave of a loved one is located.
  • Cremations are considered an environmentally friendly option. At some point in the future, we may simply run out of land to bury our dead. China is currently facing a similar problem. The country has only 3,000 cemeteries (compared to the U.S.’s 50,000) and those burial plots are quickly filling up. According to Want China Times, experts are predicting the country will run out of allocated burial land within six years. To try and remedy the situation, the government offers incentives to have citizens choose cremation over burial.

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