Affordable Cremation Mercer County, IL
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Trimble Funeral Home & Crematory Illinois is a select service provider of SimpleCremationOnline.com, and we will oversee every step of your arrangements. It’s easy to get started. Just click the link below to answer a few short questions, and you’ll receive an instant cost estimate. You confirm your choices and then decide to pay now or later. It’s that simple.
We are also available to help you make special tribute or memorial arrangements and would welcome the opportunity to speak with you at any time. Please call us at (309) 764-1144.
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Cremation Service: Viola, Sherrard, and Preemption, IL
Trimble Funeral Home & Crematory is a family-owned funeral home and crematory that has been serving the needs of the community for over 140 years. They are led by the President, Eric Trimble, who finds meaning in helping people at a time when few others can help them. Mr. Trimble is an experienced and licensed funeral home director who serves the needs of the community in the state of Illinois.
The Trimble Funeral Home & Crematory family business has expanded from what once was simply a funeral home to now maintaining two funeral homes, a crematory, a reception center, and a gift store. They are proud to serve areas in Moline and Coal Valley and multiple communities including Viola, Sherrard, and Preemption and others. The testimonials of these very communities are evidence the Trimble Funeral Home & Crematory truly cares about the families they serve.
Mercer County Direct Cremation
‘Worry-Free Cremation Care’ is a service provided those who choose to this form of funeral service care. In general, cremation costs are significantly lower in comparison with traditional arrangements that include a funeral, ceremonies, or public gatherings. Direct cremation may be the most appropriate to your family due to the rising costs of items like caskets. In addition, services like embalming and other needs and services related to the funeral itself can also increase costs. Direct cremation through SimpleCremationOnline.com keeps cremation cost low.
Cremations in Aledo
Trimble Funeral Home & Crematory proudly serves over 3,600 citizens and community of the city of Aledo, Illinois. Aledo is approximately 45 minutes south of the Quad Cities. It has a small-town environment with a close-knit community. Old town Aledo has a rich history. There are ample opportunities to experience this history if you were to visit. From a bed and breakfast experience to classic entertainment at the family entertainment center in the Aledo Opera House (built in 1904 and recently restored), Aledo is a town that is truly unique.
Aledo had its start in the late 1850s when a railroad first put it on the map. Families who area from the charming small town of Aledo, near Hyde Lake, the Oak View Country Club, and Twin Pines Golf Course and the peaceful Aledo Cemetery will be well-served from our Moline, Illinois location. The Mercer County Courthouse was built in 1894 and it is now open for tours. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is an experience you will never forget. Los Charros Mexican Bar and Grill, Joe’s Trattoria, and Happy Joe’s Aledo are some popular experiences for dining. The Rhubarb Festival and Antique Days are lively and popular community events around June in the downtown area.
Mercer County neighbors the Mississippi River and part of the Yellowbanks Territory, deriving its name from the yellow, sandy soil, given by the Sioux Indians. Over 15,000 people currently call Mercer County home. Mercer County was established on January 13, 1825 and was given its name from Hugh Mercer (1726-1777), a British officer and general in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War. Mercer County is 569 square miles in area and it was chartered in 1835. Some popular places to visit are the Essley-Noble Museum and Keithsburg Museum. The Essley-Noble museum on 2nd Avenue has prehistoric Native American artifacts. The Keithsburg Museum, on 14th Street, was started in 1985 and is loaded full of local history and fun facts. It has a microfilm viewer and printer with newspapers that date back to as early as 1857.
Choosing direct cremation with SimpleCremationOnline.com and Trimble Funeral Home & Crematory is the right choice to get the highest level of professional service at a lower cost than traditional funeral or cremation options. It’s also the most convenient option to choose when you need time to grieve for the loved one recently departed.
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