What is a Death Certificate? Here at Cremation Society of America, one of the questions most often asked of us is how to order a Death Certificate and why is it required for Direct Cremation. A Death Certificate is an official document that serves as certified proof that someone has passed away. This document will … Continue reading Death Certificates Explained
2020 may have just begun but the the nationwide trend of Direct Cremation overtaking funeral homes as the arrangement of choice for most Americans and their loved ones continues to grow. However, many cremation providers suffer from an inefficient or even manual process to purchase and arrange for a direct cremation. At Cremation Society of … Continue reading CSA’s Industry-Leading Online Direct Cremation Service
As states begin to relax COVID-19 “stay at home” orders and businesses begin to reopen, we’re all feeling cooped up and may be inclined to take a trip this summer. Now is a great time to finalize your Travel Protection Plan should a member of your family pass away while you are away from home. … Continue reading Create a Cremation Travel Protection Plan
During the past few months, we have all become accustomed to home delivery for nearly everything due to “stay-at-home” or “shelter-in-place” orders. At Cremation Society of America, we’ve received many inquires regarding home delivery of a loved one’s ashes upon completion of a Direct Cremation. The answer is a resounding “YES.” It takes CSA 7-10 … Continue reading Hand Delivery of Your Loved One’s Ashes During COVID-19
With a Direct Cremation arranged online with Cremation Society of America, you can arrange for your loved one to be cremated without having to leave your home yet preserving the dignity of your loved one. Direct Cremation is ideal during these days of pandemic because you can arrange your loved one’s Direct Cremation without ever … Continue reading Scattering Ashes at Sea Still Viable During COVID-19
As we all remain under “shelter in place” and “social distancing” guidelines in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we at Cremation Society of America are here to remind you that Direct Cremation is the only end-of-life arrangement to allows you to fully comply with those guidelines. And we are ready to meet your Direct Cremation … Continue reading Direct Cremations Comply with COVID-19 Guidelines
As State and Local Governments shut down non-essential businesses in response to the global COVID-19 outbreak, we at Cremation Society of America want you to know that we are open for business and our team is here to help YOU. Please note that we have taken the steps necessary to safeguard the health and safety … Continue reading We’re Here for YOU During the COVID-19 Fight
We live in a time where the Coronavirus has led to families, cities and even countries being subjected to quarantine orders. Should your loved one pass away during this time of uncertainty, it could be difficult or even impossible to arrange for a funeral service due to the reluctance of many to gather in large … Continue reading Direct Cremation is a Flexible Solution During Trying Times
At Cremation Society of America, one question that we’re often asked by clients is “Can my family be present at the Direct Cremation of my loved one?” Many may envision themselves accompanying their loved one’s casket as it moves through the cremation process at the crematory. The truth is that you cannot be present during … Continue reading Can the Family be Present at a Direct Cremation?
What if a Loved One Passes Away while traveling abroad, outside of the United States? We at Cremation Society of America are here to help. Let’s say that you’ve arranged for your Direct Cremation and you’re planning a trip overseas. What happens if you or a loved one passes away unexpectedly in a foreign country? … Continue reading What if a Loved One Passes Away While Traveling Abroad?