Celebrating a life lived
During a funeral service, your family and friends come together to share memories and give strength to each other. Today, there are more ways than ever to remember and celebrate a loved one’s life. We invite you to explore the many service options we offer at Oakcrest Funeral Services. We work with all budgets and will ensure you will receive a professional and personalized service for your loved one.
Complete Funeral Service
Traditionally, the funeral will be a complete funeral service. This includes a family or public visitation, a funeral service typically in the church or funeral home, and a private or public cemetery burial with memorial service. Many families also choose to end the day with a public reception for family and friends. We will go over all your options and take care of all details during the funeral arrangements.
Graveside services can be held as the only service event. Typically this would follow a visitation time at the funeral home for close family and friends. We would then transport the casket to the cemetery for a graveside service, followed by burial.
We offer a large variety of caskets in various materials, at different price ranges. Our cemeteries require sealed vaults, which the casket is placed in when buried. These vaults are constructed out of steel-reinforced concrete and are designed to protect the gravesite and restrict water and earth from entering.
Complete Cremation Service
This service is similar to the Complete Funeral Service except cremation will follow the funeral, rather than casketed burial. After the cremation, the remains can be buried, scattered, or returned to the family in an urn. We offer a large variety of urns to fit all budgets and styles.
Immediate Cremation Service
This service consists of an immediate cremation, many times followed by a memorial service. If possible, we recommend that you allow time to privately view the body as a family before immediate cremation to help with the grieving process. Having some type of memorial service also contributes to a healthy recovery of loss after a death.