Our normal office hours are:
10:00 AM to 4:00 PM - Monday thru Friday
Please call (954) 525-5405 before coming
to make sure someone is available to meet you.
John B. "Jack" Hagin / Owner, Funeral Director
Cremation is chosen by just over fifty percent of families in South Florida as the most common form of disposition. This percentage of cremations to deaths in the United States will increase dramatically during the next decade.
Some people are surprised to learn that cremation does not preclude a funeral with all the traditional aspects of the ceremony. Visitation or viewing with a funeral ceremony and church or memorial services are options to be considered.
Cremation is selected for many reasons ranging from religious beliefs or ethnic customs to cost. Most families electing cremation are believed to do so simply because of personal preference.
There are a variety of options for the final disposition of cremated remains. Urns or other containers may be placed in a niche at a columbarium, a structure or room designed to contain cremated remains. Families may elect to bury the urn in a family plot or cemetery. Or the urn may be kept in another place of personal significance, such as the home. Subject to some restrictions, cremated remains can be scattered by air, over the ground or over water.
Whatever your desired method of disposition, we are available to serve you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and provide you the best quality service at some of the most affordable prices available.
PLEASE DO NOT MAKE SOLICITATION CALLS AS WE DO NOT RECEIVE THEM!