Wagoner, Oklahoma
2980 US-69
Wagoner, OK 74467
(918) 485-9525
Shipman Funeral Homes located in Wagoner, Oklahoma prides itself on generations of experience. Our services are available to families in North Texas, Western Arkansas, and Eastern Oklahoma. Our professional staff has a reputation for being trustworthy, and compassionate while meeting your funeral service needs.

An Oklahoma Funeral Home Explains How To Choose A Cremation Provider For A Loved One October 28, 2016

An Oklahoma Funeral Home Explains How To Choose A Cremation Provider For A Loved One, Wagoner, Oklahoma

Making decisions regarding memorial preparations during a time of grief can be extremely difficult. But when dealing with the loss of a loved one, each choice is still important, particularly the choice of which local funeral home will perform a cremation.

Shipman Funeral Home & Crematory, with two locations in Muskogee and Wagoner, Oklahoma, serves families in Eastern Oklahoma, Western Arkansas, and Northern Texas with a wide range of funeral home and cremation services. Below, they offer a few key things to think about when choosing a crematorium for your departed loved ones.

An Oklahoma Funeral Home Explains How To Choose A Cremation Provider For A Loved One

Decide What Type Of Service Is Appropriate

Funeral-homeThe most important cremation decision to make is what type of service will be appropriate for your loved one’s memorial. Plan to have a thorough discussion with the funeral home director about how best to meet the wishes of the departed, and how much it may cost.

Don’t Decide Based Solely On Price

Don’t make the decision based just on economic factors. Times of grief can also be times of economic hardship, but consider that the funeral home you choose to perform the cremation may also be hosting your extended family for visitation or memorial services. Make sure it’s a good fit.

Consider Experience

Ask a potential crematorium about their experience in the field. Funeral homes that have been in business over the long-term, especially in small towns, will have developed a reputation for serving families conscientiously and respectfully.

Ask About Grief Support

Many funeral homes also employ a grief support specialist, often a pastor or psychologist, who can offer assistance to families during the grief process. Find out from any potential memorial venue what services they provide in this realm.

Meet Face-To-Face

Even if the package seems ideal on the internet or over the phone, it may be wise to meet face-to-face with funeral home staff before choosing a venue for a cremation or memorial services. It may seem trivial, but it is extremely important that you and your loved ones are made to feel comfortable during your time of grief, so make sure you feel you can work personally with the funeral home staff.

If you’ve lost a loved one in or near Muskogee or Wagoner, Oklahoma, consider cremation and memorial services from Shipman Funeral Home & Crematory. Visit them online or call (918) 485-9525 for more information.

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