aCremation Expands To California

Image courtesy of www.ncassociation.org

Image courtesy of www.ncassociation.org

aCremation has expanded and is now serving Southern California! Already successful in Texas, aCremation now provides affordable cremation services in Los Angeles and Orange County.

People choose cremation for a variety of reasons. By providing families the ability to plan and hold their own memorials, it eliminates many additional costs. Families only pay for services associated with the care and cremation of their loved one.  It’s an affordable solution that comes with even more benefits!

Unique & Meaningful

Cremation also provides the greatest options for memorializing loved ones in a manner and location that best celebrates their life.

Flexibility & Convenience

aCremation offers the flexibility of making arrangements online or over-the-phone without having to attend a stressful funeral home meeting. Online arrangement forms allow families to take the time they need to collect or verify information – although families can provide it over the phone to an arrangement counselor.

Because a majority of families use technology to communicate, aCremation embraces the use of the Internet and email to keep families informed. It allows families to review and sign documents based on their schedule. It is also ideal for family members who are not local.

About aCremation of California

aCremation of California is based in Orange, California. It is a licensed funeral establishment (#FD2154) that specializes in cremation. Its team of arrangement counselors is available 24×7 to respond to families needing to make immediate arrangements.

If you have any questions about our cremation services, please contact us. We look forward to serving you.

Mary Beth Barnett

About Mary Beth Barnett

Mary Beth Barnett is a licensed Funeral Director in Texas. Her involvement with aCremation began before our doors opened – researching how we could provide affordable cremations and still keep quality and service standards high. Through this process, she developed a passion for working with families who are going through one of the most stressful phases of life – planning for death.

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