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Pray Funeral Home, Inc.
401 West Seminary Street,
Charlotte, MI 48813
Pray Funeral Home, Inc.
401 West Seminary Street
Charlotte, MI US
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There are many options available to those families who choose disposition by cremation. Many families recognize the importance of a time for gathering of friends and a ceremony of tribute when a loved one dies, and these needs can be met through several of the options offered through the funeral home. Pray Funeral Home offers the families they serve the Family Affirmation Service(SM), which is designed as an alternative to the traditional style funeral service.
This alternative is available for those families selecting cremation as final disposition as well as earth burial.
An ever increasing number of families are requesting cremation services. We have compiled a sampling of cremation services and ceremonies that we have the privilege of providing. For your convenience, cremation service options are grouped into three categories on the following pages:
Our procedure assures an appropriate level of dignity and the positive identification of the decedent prior to cremation. Not only is there a psychological need for viewing the remains, but because cremation is irreversible, it is imperative that positive identification be made. Additionally we believe in some rite of passage, even it is but a simple prayer or reading.