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About Our Crematory

Posted on June 14th, 2022
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At the time of a loved one’s passing, families are faced with lots of important decisions. The first and main decision – How should we care for the person’s body? At Goes Funeral Care, about 85% of the time, the answer is “cremation.” That is a great first step, but what many people don’t know […]

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Six Things to Know When Someone Dies

Posted on May 18th, 2022
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When a person dies, the last thing loved ones want to do is make decisions. Whether planning ahead or making decisions at the time of a loss, at Goes Funeral Care we try to keep the process as simple as possible. Here are the important decisions we will help you consider: 1. Burial, Cremation, Body […]

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Six Things to do BEFORE a Person Dies

Posted on May 16th, 2022
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We plan ahead for lots of life events – getting married, making a big move, changing careers, having a child, buying a house. However, the one thing we will all go through someday – dying – tends to get the least amount of attention when it comes to planning ahead. It is not only uncomfortable […]

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Water Cremation or Flame Cremation – what are the differences?

Posted on April 22nd, 2022
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In the United States, the rate of cremation continues to increase year after year and now sits at over 50%. This means that over half of families choose cremation over any other form of final disposition. Traditionally, cremation was defined as a process that uses combustion (flame) to break down the body, leaving inorganic materials […]

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Water Cremation

Posted on February 11th, 2022
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Going Green Water cremation reduces impact on the environment During his life, Bishop Desmond Tutu took actions on behalf of many meaningful causes. Even in his death last December, the South African Nobel Peace Prize winner brought the world’s attention to still another meaningful cause – our environment. Bishop Tutu requested his remains undergo water […]

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