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Cremation In Allentown




Cremation


Below is a list of businesses listed within our directory which provide Cremation services. If you do not see your business within the list below, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.





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Business Listing   Burkholder Js Funeral Home Inc - Allentown, PA - Phone: (610) 433-5161


Business Listing   Grandview Cemetery - Allentown, PA - Phone: (610) 434-8761


Business Listing   Greenwood Cemetery & Crematorium - Allentown, PA - Phone: (610) 434-8304


Business Listing   Highland Park Cemetery Inc - Allentown, PA - Phone: (610) 435-1791


Business Listing   Johnson Jesse Funeral Home Inc - Allentown, PA - Phone: (484) 838-5194


Business Listing   Kulik John R Funeral Director - Allentown, PA - Phone: (610) 432-4128


Business Listing   O'Donnell Funeral Home Inc - Allentown, PA - Phone: (610) 432-8522


Business Listing   Robert C Weir Funeral Home - Allentown, PA - Phone: (610) 433-7936


Business Listing   Saxton Samuel B - Allentown, PA - Phone: (610) 266-1600


Business Listing   Sell-Herron Funeral Home - Allentown, PA - Phone: (610) 433-5630


Business Listing   St Marks Cemetery Association - Allentown, PA - Phone: (610) 797-4221


Business Listing   Weber Gerald F Funeral Director - Allentown, PA - Phone: (610) 434-9349


Business Listing   Western Salisbury Church - Allentown, PA - Phone: (610) 797-0396


Business Listing   Woodlawn Memorial Park Association - Allentown, PA - Phone: (610) 433-8571


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Helpful Definition for: Cremation

Cremation in Allentown is the process of reducing dead bodies to basic chemical compounds in the form of gases and bone fragments. This is accomplished through burning- high temperatures, vaporization and oxidation. Cremation may serve as a funeral or post funeral rite that is an alternative to the interment of an intact body in a casket. Cremated remains, which are not a health risk, may be buried or immured in memorial sites or cemeteries, or they may be legally retained by relatives or dispersed in a variety of ways and locations. Cremation is usually done in a crematorium, but some also prefer different methods like open-air cremation.








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