The deceased receives a cremation number before cremation. This number is printed on the coin. This coin accompanies the deceased throughout the process and is placed in the urn before closing.
Yes, it is required by law, and cremation cannot take place without it
Only in connection with the display of the deceased, when the relatives of the deceased and a representative of the funeral home are present. Already blessed coffin cannot be opened.
Not true. The coffin is taken to a storage room to await cremation. The time is determined by the desired delivery time of the urn, usually within 1-3 working days.
Urn donation does not require an appointment, and takes place from Monday to Saturday between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. At the latest, when bringing the urn, you must indicate where the urn will be placed. The urn must be picked up and buried within one year of the cremation date. Identity must be presented when picking up the urn.
Yes, but you have to follow good manners and respect the mourners.
You can visit the chapels in advance. Groups can also visit the technical facilities by agreement.
Yes. However, we recommend that you ensure the functionality of the recording device.
Primarily, the music is agreed upon with the organist. The streams are usually chosen together with the priest.
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