We are sorry for your loss. Please call us anytime, day or night, at our regional offices for immediate assistance. Our compassionate and expert staff is ready to help you 24 hours a day.
The National Cremation® is an established, respected provider of cremation services throughout the nation. We appreciate the opportunity to guide and assist you at this difficult time. Because we understand the challenge of having a death in the family, we have simplified our process to allow you to make cremation arrangements quickly. Choose National Cremation® now, and hand the responsibility for final arrangements over to us. We handle the cremation, and associated paperwork and transportation, with the utmost respect and care. Let us take care of these arrangements so you can take care of your family.
If you haven't already contacted a local authority, please note:
When death occurs at home:
Call 911 to reach emergency personnel. Law enforcement officers will pronounce the time of death and assign a case number. Upon authorization from the law enforcement officer, your loved one may be removed to a crematory or funeral home. Usually, the responding officer will stay at your home until the funeral home or crematory staff arrives.
When death occurs in a care facility:
The care facility staff will, so long as it is on record, notify the funeral home or cremation provider. Your loved one will be transferred to the funeral home or cremation provider upon release. Provide contact information to the care facility if a funeral home or cremation provider is not on record.
When death occurs under hospice care:
Contact your hospice care providers. The hospice providers will notify proper authorities and the funeral home or cremation provider. When the authorities release your loved one, he or she will be transferred to the funeral home or cremation provider.