Twiford Direct and Albemarle Crematory have adopted our area’s exclusive Worry Free Cremation Process ™ to ensure the highest level of respect and care for your loved ones. This ten step process has been created to maximize our level of service to you and to give you a simple understanding of the cremation process.
We publish the death notice on our website free of charge. The publication of a complete obituary notice in a newspaper or on our website is a matter of your personal choice. While most newspapers control the editorial format, you have the right to limit the amount of information, if any, provided to them.
Yes, usually all arrangements may be made in advance. When you plan ahead, you will be able to consider the many options available. You will have the opportunity to make an informed decision about your funeral and cemetery arrangements, and the form of memorial you prefer. You will be able to make choices that are… Read More »
Primarily they care and safeguard the deceased person until final disposition, including embalming and restorative work. A growing number of funeral directors are trained as grief counselors to help families through the bereavement process. They also arrange and provide an orderly series of events that finalize the funeral, the final disposition, and legal paperwork so… Read More »
No, cremation is simply a method of preparing human remains for final disposition.