At Butterworth Funeral Home-Arthur A. Wright Chapel, we offer many types of unique and personalized options to commemorate the lives of loved ones and to help ensure that legacies will endure for generations to come. Whether your preference is in-ground interment, mausoleum entombment or a memorial choice specific to cremation, we have selections ranging in price and style to accommodate your needs.
The following will provide you with an overview of different types of cemetery memorialization. For more information on the beautiful and unique options at Butterworth Funeral Home-Arthur A. Wright Chapel, call us today. Our counselors will be happy to provide details or to answer any questions you may have.
Cremation is often chosen and widely accepted within many religions. When we are cremated, we are reduced to our natural elements, quickly and without chemicals. A variety of disposition options is available for those who choose cremation, including private family estates, columbaria, special garden areas, ground burial, cremation benches and pedestals, urns, cremation niches and more. Cremation also relieves stressful time factors, since the process allows gathering and services to be held at any time.
A columbarium is a specially designed structure comprising multiple cremation niches (small compartments) that hold cremated remains sheltered in an urn. A columbarium may be an entire building, part of another structure or situated in an outdoor setting such as a cremation garden area.
Glass-front niches offer a unique and tasteful way to pay special tribute and preserve precious memories. The clear-glass facing allows visitors to view special keepsakes, photos and personal memorabilia in remembrance of a loved one.
Placing the cremated remains in a Ossuary is an affordable way to permanently memorialize a loved one. Unlike scattering, future generations have the ability to visit the endowment care site to pay their respects.
(Disclaimer: The photos on this page are examples of what you will find at most cemeteries and might not accurately reflect this property.)
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