When All You Require Is A Simple, Basic Cremation
We do cremations more affordably because you are making arrangements DIRECTLY with the crematorium. Because we own our own crematorium – Okanagan Investment Group Inc. Crematorium – we are able to pass the savings on to you.
A Direct-To-Family Funeral Provider
We can deliver the cremated remains and Death Certificate(s) in person or by mail back to your residence.
For your convenience you may complete all the Final Arrangements on line and via fax. Once we have received the forms one of our Licensed Funeral Directors will contact you by phone or at the start of the next business day.
Have one of our friendly Licensed Funeral Service Providers visit you in the comfort of your own home. Our friendly staff are informed and caring. All of your questions and concerns will be taken care of.
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PROUDLY SERVING BRITISH COLUMBIA
Serving Vernon, Salmon Arm, Penticton, Osoyoos, Kelowna and the Lake Country.
Frequently Asked Questions
“What do I do if a death has occurred at home?”
If the death was unattended and unexpected, call 911. The coroner will determine if the deceased can be released to the funeral home or if further investigation is required. If the deceased was under the care of an RN or Physician AND they attended at the time of death you can call the funeral home.
“What do I do if a death has occurred at a general hospital?”
The deceased will be kept in the hospital morgue. Call the funeral home to start the arrangement process and part of that will be to sign a hospital release form.
“What is cremation?”
Cremation is a process of reducing the human body to bone fragments by the use of intense heat for a period of two to three hours. The cremated remains, which are commonly referred to as “ashes,” are removed from the cremation chamber. They are then processed into a fine sand-like consistency and placed into an urn. The ashes weigh typically between five and seven pounds. An urn may be selected for the final disposition of the cremated remains. Provincial laws require that at a minimum, the deceased must be placed into a rigid combustible container prior to cremation. Many options of caskets and containers are available to you.
“What is an urn?”
An urn is a container designed to hold cremated remains. It may be constructed from a variety of materials such as wood, bronze, copper, steel, pewter, granite, marble, clay pottery or fine porcelain. We have a large selection of urns available designed to reflect the lifestyle of an individual. Urns may also be personalized by engraving. Urns and keepsakes come in a variety of sizes that allow you to share portions of the cremated remains with family members.