Atlanta Cremation Services Partner to Provide CE Course to Healthcare Providers National Cremation Service and Neptune Society are working together to provide a complimentary course for nurses looking to gain continuing education credits in Atlanta this July. Mark Musselwhite of Neptune Society in Atlanta, GA and Dorsey Thomas of National Cremation Service in Marietta, GA Continue reading
National Cremation Society 2015 Winter Holiday Events The holidays are almost here! While some look forward to shopping and participating in winter activities, others are finding simple ways to help the less fortunate among us. For many, ’tis the season to spend time with family and remember loved ones who have passed. Toys for Tots Continue reading
National Cremation Society Celebrates Veterans Day The National Cremation Society is grateful for the services our brave veterans have provided for the United States of America over the years. To celebrate their achievements and their courage, the National Cremation Society is giving back to veterans through events and giveaways at some National Cremation Society storefront Continue reading
National Cremation Service of Atlanta, GA Runs Coffee for Seniors Event The National Cremation Service of Atlanta, GA is hosting a Coffee for Seniors event at the Spalding County Senior Center through September 30 to provide seniors in the community with coffee and information about National Cremation’s services. Coffee for Seniors started on September 1 Continue reading
Burial is a ritual act where we lay our deceased loved ones into the ground, often with fond belongings and prayers or speeches. However, the picture of a traditional burial like this has evolved through the centuries. Now there is much more to burial and many alternatives to this centuries-old human tradition.
The cremation of a loved one does not end upon the acceptance of his or her ashes. Some prefer setting up a traditional funeral or a memorial service to show how much a family member means. If you’re wondering whether you can have funeral or memorial services with cremation, National Cremation has the answer: Yes, you can.
The National Cremation Service of Atlanta is proud to host a summer celebration Tuesday, July 14 to meet the community. Guests are invited to come between 11:30 am and 1:30 pm at the Atlanta storefront located at 1812 Powder Springs Rd SW, Ste. 2111, Marietta, GA 30064 to meet the staff and learn about the National Cremation Service.
If you or a loved one served on active duty or in certain reserve branches of the US Armed forces, you may be eligible for a Veteran’s Administration (VA) burial allowance and other benefits as a result of your service to our country. According to Dorsey Thomas, Location Manager of National Cremation Service’s Atlanta office, “The first question I always get asked is, ‘What are VA benefits?’ So many times, veterans and their families are completely unaware of these benefits until the death has already occurred.”
National Cremation, the nation’s oldest and largest provider of cremation services, celebrates National Nurses’ Day on May 6 with a free doughnut breakfast for nurses. The breakfast will take place from 6 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Dev’s Donuts in Marietta, Georgia. Nurses, hospice workers, student nurses, and other care workers in the nursing profession can join the National Cremation Atlanta’s team at Dev’s, located in the Grove Park Plaza at 1812 Powder Springs Road Southwest, Suite 2115 on May 6 for free doughnuts and the opportunity to learn more about funeral services and end-of-life options such as cremation from the NCS team.
The Cremation Association of North America estimates that in 2015, over 44% of those who pass will choose cremation for their final arrangement. Cremation is an excellent affordable alternative to burial, but sometimes consumers have concerns about the process.
One concern is the possibility of losing or misplacing cremated remains. Dorsey Thomas, Location Manager of National Cremation Service in Atlanta, stated, “National Cremation understands the need to know for certain if the cremains we deliver to your family will be yours. As the nation’s largest cremation services provider and as licensed professionals in our field, we are bound by our ethical and professional obligation to serve individuals and families and to perform our duties to the highest standard of the law. We work hard to uphold the trust of the individuals and families that choose us to help them carry out their last wishes.”
The National Cremation Service, the nation’s oldest and largest provider of cremation services, announces a series of free breakfasts for end-of-life care workers and clergy at Dev’s Donuts in Marietta, Georgia. The breakfasts will take place from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. every Monday morning through the end of March starting on March 16th 2015.