Select a Cremation Package
Cremation without Service
- Online arrangements
- Transfer of loved one into our care (within 30 miles of one of our locations in North Carolina)
- Positive ID of deceased
- Cremation at our own cremation facility by our Certified Cremation Specialists
- Submission of Death Certificate to Health Department
- Basic cremation container
- Temporary black plastic urn
- Name of deceased listed on our website
In North Carolina, a Medical Examiner Certification is legally required except in the following situations:
- Medical examiner cases
- The persons who died was less than 24 hours of age
- Inpatients (not ER patients) in a licensed hospital
- Patients in a licensed nursing home (not resting home)
- Persons who die under the care of a licensed hospice
- Persons who die in another state and that state have given written authorization for a cremation
- Persons who die in another state and whose death would not have required ME authorization for cremation had the death occurred in North Carolina
By selecting “Yes” you acknowledge that the use of a medical examiner is required, and agree to pay the $50 fee. If you are unsure, please select “I don’t know” and continue planning online. One of our knowledgeable staff members will follow up with you to confirm, but please note that you may be required to pay the $50 fee if a Medical Examiner Certification is required.
We can mail you cremated remains.
This is an optional service. Families can obtain a certified death certificate directly from the county health department alternatively. We will obtain certified copies of the death certificate from the health department, where they can be picked up at our funeral home location.
We will mail your Certified Death Certificates directly to you.
Once you fill in our Obituary Form online, we will post it on our website.