Ms. Tulisia Lee Carroll, age 39, of Dallas, Georgia, passed away on May 25, 2017. Ms. Carroll is the daughter of Tracy & Rita Carroll. In her spare time, she loved being outdoors surrounded by nature. She also enjoyed fishing and gardening. She is survived by her parents; her children, Adam Grimm, Matthew Grimm, and Haley Grimm; and a host of family, loved ones and friends. The family invites you to join them for a Celebration of Life Service on Tuesday, May 30, 2017 at 6:00 pm in the Chapel ... Continue Reading.
Mr. Phillip Lamar Jeffares, age 65, of Carrollton, Georgia passed away on May 24, 2017. Following his cremation, no services are schedule at this time. Please send all expressions of sympathy to the family directly. ... Continue Reading.
The reasons for choosing cremation are as varied and unique as the individuals selecting it. Some choose cremation because of their feelings towards the environment and land use; others select it to save money or religious beliefs. The reasons for considering cremation are a highly personal reflection of an individual’s beliefs and preferences. ... Continue Reading.
Religious positions vary widely regarding cremation. Some require it, others disallow or advise against it, and others take no position at all. Most, however, will allow you to decide. If you are unsure as to the position your religion embraces, please ask your clergy. ... Continue Reading.
NO, embalming is not required for cremation. We provide onsite refrigeration in which the deceased may be held for any necessary waiting period. Embalming, however, is necessary when a public ceremony involves a public viewing. Some families also elect embalming if there will be an extended delay between the time of death and an identification viewing. ... Continue Reading.
NO, A casket is not required for cremation. Most crematories will, however require a rigid, combustible, leak-proof covered container. This minimum requirement is also referred to as an Alternative Container, is required for sanitary reasons and allows a dignified manner in which to place the deceased into the cremation chamber. The type of cremation container or casket used is really a personal choice. ... Continue Reading.
YES, if you wish, you may witness the cremation casket or container being placed into the cremation chamber. You may even start the process if you desire. We simply ask that you inform us of your wishes in advance so we may schedule the cremation accordingly. ... Continue Reading.
YES. At our crematory only one cremation casket or container is cremated at a time. ... Continue Reading.
We have implemented a tracking system that assures the integrity of each cremation. We document the entire process from the time they arrive to the completion of the cremation. We also use a numbered Stainless Steel disk that accompanies the deceased throughout the process. ... Continue Reading.
We accept cash, check and major credit cards. ... Continue Reading.