Learning About the Cremation Society of Vermont

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Memorial Services

It is not always possible or desirable to dispose of the remains of the deceased and commemorate his or her life simultaneously. For instance, all family members and friends of the deceased may not be able to make it in time to attend the burial. In such cases, it is possible to have a funeral within a day or a few days of the death. Then, at a later time, a memorial service may be scheduled at a more convenient date. A memorial service may be planned when a large gathering is expected, which would not fit into the more intimate confines of the burial site. A memorial service provides an opportunity for celebration.
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Reasons to Become a Member

Cremation is a personal and family decision. The reasons for selecting cremation are as varied as the families involved in the decision. As a form of caring for the deceased, cremation provides many options that may vary from the most basic service to specially arranged services recognizing a life well lived.

The Cremation Society of Vermont Provides the simplicity of dignified package services and options which allow you to select the level of service that appropriately meets your needs.


Becoming A Member:
  • Cremation Society of Vermont Membership Registration:
    This is a one-time, non refundable fee to become a member of the society.
    Receive the membership advantage, a reduced rate by becoming a member. Membership requirements are: a $50 deposit (either by credit card or check), filling out the preplanning form either here online or by mail and the individual who has passed has to have been a member of the Cremation Society of Vermont for at least 30 days.


    $50.00

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