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Selecting a Funeral and Cremation Provider in Aspen, CO

In 2014 the then known Brown’s Cremation Service, Inc. was established in Grand Junction, Colorado. Today Brown's Cremation & Funeral Service Inc. has accumulated six years of exceptional funeral and cremation services around Western Colorado. We at Brown's Cremation & Funeral Service Inc. takes pride in giving utmost care to your loved one through this difficult time. We make sure that your loved one's wishes and your requirements are fulfilled for a memorable remembrance. Our facilities have been improved together with our services in providing the most affordable funeral and cremation services in our community.

We are personally available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer your questions and fulfill your needs. Our goal at Brown's Cremation & Funeral Service is to provide you with all the options that are available at a price you can afford. You are welcome to call us at (970) 255-8888 any time of the day, any day of the week, for immediate assistance.

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When a death occurs, often the family needs help to plan and prepare a funeral or memorial service where they can honor their lost loved one. But how do you know who to call? Who can you rely on to respectfully care for the deceased? These are important questions. Brown's Cremation & Funeral Service always recommends that families have a conversation with a licensed funeral director. All of our directors have been trained and accredited by a professional mortuary school to provide funeral and cremation services in Aspen, CO.

When selecting a funeral home, there are a few important things you should keep in mind.

  • Facilities: Evaluate the venue. Is the funeral home clean, inviting, and accessible? Is it large enough to accommodate the size of gathering you need? Is there a chapel available to hold the funeral service on site?

  • Prices: Request to see the funeral home’s general price list. Are the prices for goods and services affordable? Are you interested in the products they offer?

  • Cultural and Religious Preferences: Find out what experience the funeral home has with your family’s religious or cultural preferences. Do they know how to prepare a funeral to meet these customs?

  • Comfort: When you meet with a funeral director for a given service provider, make sure you feel that the director understands your wants and needs for the funeral. Are they willing to help you plan and prepare a service that will meet your goals?

The most important part of any funeral and cremation service in Aspen, CO is that families and friends can find comfort, and the wishes of the deceased are met. Funerals help families and friends say their last goodbye’s while remembering who the deceased was in life, their personality, experiences, and accomplishments. The grief and emotions can be overwhelming at times, but a funeral gathering can help healing to start.

Full-Service Funeral and Cremation Options in Aspen, CO

It’s also a good idea to consider the service offerings of a funeral home. For example, Brown's Cremation & Funeral Service can offer families the following service options:

  • Cremation with a Service: After a cremation, many families wish to gather for a memorial service to honor their loved one. We can provide a beautiful chapel in our funeral home where friends and families can meet to commemorate the life of the deceased.

  • Direct Cremation: As a cost-saving measure, our staff is fully licensed and qualified to transport the body of the deceased from their place of death directly to the crematorium. This eliminates the need for storage and preparation at the funeral home.

  • Cremation: This afterlife care option is a growing trend because it is markedly less expensive than embalmment and casket burial.

  • Burial: For many, burying the mortal remains of a loved one is important because it allows survivors a place to return and visit. Our staff respectfully handles internment after funeral services are complete.

  • Memorial Jewelry: For those families who choose cremation, the ashes of your loved one can be included in a beautiful piece of jewelry of your choice, so that you can always keep a little part of them close.

  • Pre-needs: Preplanning and paying for a funeral service is an act of love and kindness to your family. It reduces financial stress and burden on survivors by making your needs known well in advance of death. We facilitate this act for many of our patrons.

  • Funeral Services: We help families to plan and arrange a wide variety of funeral services. Whether your family wishes to hold a traditional funeral with viewing, funeral and graveside gathering, or a simple memorial service, we can help you celebrate a life well lived.

Memories and Goodbyes

Given time, the pain and sorrow of grief will fade. But a funeral or memorial service done well will always serve as a comforting reminder of the farewell you provided for your fallen loved one. As the years go by the occasion will become an important memory for your family. That’s why it’s important to select a funeral home that can help you create a beautiful, flawless service filled with compassion and caring. Done poorly, a botched funeral can become a sore point at an already emotional time. It’s important to hire someone you can trust.

Brown's Cremation & Funeral Service is a leading provider of funeral and cremation services in Aspen, CO, and the greater area. Our fully licensed team of funeral directors and staff strive to provide the highest care and consideration to those we attend to in death, and to their families that remain. We promise dignity and respect for your loved one and unmatched service for your family. Our funeral home is located at 904 N 7th St, Grand Junction, CO 81501. Call us today for a conversation to see how we can assist: (970) 255-8888

Funeral & Cremation FAQs

Why funeral service is expensive?

  • There are many factors that make funeral service very expensive. First, is you need to pay for the embalming process. Second, you need to buy a casket to place the remains. Third, you need to plan for the burial site which requires a tombstone and plot from the cemetery. Lastly, other expenses such as merchandise.

Where to place the cremated remains?

  • Cremations have many options on where to place or what to do with the ashes. The cremains can be interred to a cemetery plot, or in a mausoleum. Also, it can be kept by the family in place with an urn, or scatter at a place that has an importance to the deceased.
What does cremains mean?
  • This is a person’s cremated remains that are composed of pulverized bone fragments or commonly known as ashes that are usually placed in an urn.

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