Our Crematory

First and foremost, Our Guarantee to You:


Our fair prices represent the greatest value in the area. Our staff is kind, considerate and knowledgeable. Our facilities are modern and immaculate.

If you are interested in cremation, you should know we own and operate our own private crematory so we are certain whose cremated remains are in the urn AND we return 100% of the recoverable cremated remains.

What is cremation?


To begin with, it is probably easier to describe what cremation isn't. Cremation is not a final disposition of human remains, nor is it some type of funeral or memorial service. Rather, it is a process of reducing the human body to bone fragments using high heat and flame.

Can the family witness the cremation?


Absolutely. Our state-of-the-art cremation facility is set up to allow family members to be present in privacy when the body is placed into the cremation chamber. In fact, some religious groups include this as part of their funeral custom.

How can I be sure I receive the correct cremated remains?


We have developed a rigorous set of operating policies and procedures in order to maximize our level of quality and minimize the potential for human error. Positive identification of the deceased is assured throughout each stage of the cremation process. We only allow CANA certified professionals to operate our cremation equipment.

The 5 Best Reasons to choose Lanes for your cremation needs

  1. We explain your options and respect your wishes.
  2. We personally perform the cremation process so we know whose cremated remains are in the urn.
  3. All cremations performed individually. Our Crematory is available for inspection at anytime to confirm this or any other aspect.
  4. We return ALL the recoverable cremated remains.
  5. All Cremations performed by Cremation Certified Licensed Funeral Directors

The bottom line is really this:

"What type of crematory would you recommend to a friend, select for a loved one or prefer for yourself? One that such as described above or one that isn't as transparent with its procedures?"