Memorialization after Cremation

"From a psychological perspective, people need to face the reality of death to get through the grieving process. Research has shown that people who choose direct cremation rather than funeral or graveside service have a greater need for counseling to help them through their grieving process after the cremation is done."

This video demonstrates why it is so important to memorialize a loved one even when cremation is chosen. Blake Swinford tells his story of losing his mother and the choices that he and his funeral director made while following his mother's wishes...and how he would do things differently.

The Lexington Crematory, located on the community memorial grounds, offers many memorialization options to help families choose what is right for them. Families will discover a wide selection of urns and a beautiful garden setting to memorialize a loved one including: