Cremation Services provided to Washington, DC.

For compassionate services for cremation in the area of Washington, DC, please use Value Choice Cremation and Funeral Care. More information about their services can be found at https://www.valuechoicecremationandfuneral.com/

Rockville, United States - June 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

The funeral directors of Value Choice Cremation and Funeral Care serve Washington, DC with compassion and respect. Offering dignified funerals and memorial ceremonies, they have everything needed to properly commemorate a loved one when choosing cremation. Their services are meticulous and delivered at an affordable price. Please contact them at 301-296-6864 to arrange for cremation, cremation with a memorial service or full service traditional cremation of a loved one. Details about their cremation options can be found at https://www.valuechoicecremationandfuneral.com/choose-location/

Cremation only refers to the way a family has chosen to deal with the physical remains. Value Choice Cremation and Funeral Care wants families to know that this decision doesn’t limit the ways one can honor their loved one’s life. They thoughtfully suggest that families have a funeral or memorial service, because one’s need for a healing experience is not lessened by the decision to be cremated. Value Choice Cremation and Funeral Care wants families to contact them to discuss the wide variety of celebratory options open to them.

Gathering with friends and family gives everyone the opportunity to share memories, express emotions, and find comforting support. Whether a family chooses burial or cremation; or selects a formal funeral or a more relaxed memorial service, the need for acknowledgment of the loss with family and friends is important. Value Choice Cremation and Funeral Care can help families create a unique meaningful ceremony to help families heal. Value Choice Cremation and Funeral Care offers families a beautiful setting in which to come together to honor the life of a loved one.

No matter where a family decides to gather together, such a service will make a difference in the lives of all who attend. If burial has been selected, families can choose to follow tradition, with a viewing, and then a funeral service in a church or memorial chapel. Or one could decide to have a more relaxed service, even in the comfort of a family home. Let’s just say this: there is no ‘hard and fast’ formula for honoring a loved one when burial or cremation has been selected. Value Choice Cremation and Funeral Care is there to listen to all concerns, share their deep experience, and if traditional burial is selected, they help families arrive at the perfect way to gather together before a loved one’s interment in the cemetery of one’s choice.

Value Choice Cremation and Funeral Care wants families to honor a loved one in a way that allows families to look back, years from now, and be thankful that they did the best they could to honor a life. Creating a ceremony that calls together the hearts and minds of all who loved them is a gift to everyone involved. A gift of memories, a gift of healing…a truly priceless gift of peace-of-mind. For tribute services, the funeral directors of Value Choice Cremation and Funeral Care offer extensive grief support resources as well to the families of Washington, DC and surrounding areas.

Contact Info:
Name: Ed Sagel
Email: ed@sagelbloomfield.com
Organization: Value Choice Cremation and Funeral Care P.A.
Address: 1091 Rockville Pike, Rockville, MD 20852, United States
Phone: +1-301-296-6864

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 359761

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