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San Marcos Chapel & Vista Chapel

Common Questions About Cremation

Cremation is not a final disposition process. It is another step in the memorialization process.

After cremation takes place, families need to make a choice for the final disposition of the cremated remains. Final disposition options include placing the cremated remains in a decorative urn to be displayed in the home or in a niche or columbarium, burying the cremated remains in a cemetery, or scattering the cremated remains.

Our Allen Brothers staff will explain the various options for your loved one's final disposition.


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 Yes. For more information about planning a funeral in advance, please visit our Pre Planning page.  

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