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In Franklin and surrounding counties, families who choose cremation turn to Harrod Brothers Funeral Home because of our long experience. After all, we were the very first funeral firm to offer families complete, affordable cremation service. As caretakers of the crematory facility, we’ve become the trusted cremation experts more Frankfort families turn to, every day.
Cremation refers only to the manner in which you or your loved one has chosen to transform their physical being into ashes, or cremains. The family can then elect to have the cremains ceremonially scattered, interred in a cemetery, columbarium, or mausoleum niche.
Cremation is increasingly common throughout the United States and worldwide. Reasons for choosing cremation vary widely from religious beliefs, financial limitations, ecological concerns, or simply because of a committed personal preference for cremation over traditional casketed burial.
We at Harrod Brothers are keenly aware of one simple truth: when faced with the loss of a loved one, funeral expenses are often a major concern for family members left behind to make important decisions regarding their care.
That’s why we continue to offer our families affordable cremation services. But we also know that cost isn’t everything. What’s most important to families, and to us, is that we provide the highest ethical standards of service, where verification processes are strictly adhered to, and extra care taken to honor and respect your loved one.
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