Affordable Cremation Service Lincoln County
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Cremation Services in Waldoboro, Wiscasset, and Boothbay, ME
The employees of Plummer Funeral Home serve the Lincoln County community in Maine. Originally founded in Augusta, Maine, in a small office building, the home has been kept family owned since its inception in 1898. Plummer Funeral Home has been in its current Kennebec location since 1920. Their courteous, professional, and experienced service and staff members will be able to meet all your needs during these tough times.
Waldoboro Cremation Service Provider
Waldoboro is a small coastal town about halfway up Maine’s coast, with an overall population of around 5,000. Given its adjacency to the Atlantic Ocean, its claim to fame is as a popular fishing town. Originally purchased in the 1600s, Waldoboro did not begin settlement until the mid-1730s. It boasts several historical places on the National Registry, including a German Church and Cemetery, a post pffice, the Waldo Theater, and several houses, among others.
Cremations in Wiscasset
The town of Wiscasset, Maine, northeast of Waldoboro, has a population of roughly 3,700 residents. Like Waldoboro, the land was purchased in the mid-1600s and incorporated in 1760. Located on the Wiscasset harbor, the town found itself an important area for shipbuilders, as well as fishing and lumber, becoming the busiest seaport in all of Maine. Sadly, after its nuclear reactor was shut down, the town lost many jobs, which affected surrounding towns and the schools as well. However, it looks to use tidal power as a new energy source in the upcoming years. The town has a great bright spot for food connoisseurs: Red’s Eats is an enormously popular restaurant.
Boothbay and Boothbay Harbor are small towns in the southern portion of Lincoln County, totaling just over 5,000 residents in total. The town of Boothbay is quiet in the winter months. It comes to life in summer due to its position near the coast between the picturesque Sheepscot and Damariscotta rivers. In addition to its regional historical society, visitors flock to the coastal hiking trails in the Land Trust preserves, as well as the botanical gardens, playhouse, and the Ram Island Lighthouse, built in 1883. Furthermore, the Railway Village preserves history, as you ride on a model railroad.
Its southern neighbor, Boothbay Harbor, began as a fishing harbor with companies producing fish, fish oil, ice, canned lobsters, and fertilizer. Also popular among tourists, Boothbay Harbor has a state-of-the-art aquarium, art galleries, and plenty of restaurants. For the sightseers, whale-watching tours are quite popular, as well as boat tours to the islands off the coast. The town boasts many notable residents who are authors, musicians, and military veterans.
In addition to these towns, Plummer Funeral home serves plenty of other communities east of I-295 and south of the capital, Augusta. These include Alna, Bremen, Bristol, Capitol Island, Chamberlain, Coopers Mills, Damariscotta, Dresden, East Boothbay, Edgecomb, Isle of Springs, Jefferson, Medomak, Monhegan, New Harbor, Newagen, Newcastle, Nobleboro, Pemaquid, Round Pond, Somerville, South Bristol, Southport, Squirrel Island, Trevett, Walpole, West Boothbay Harbor, Westport Island, and Whitefield. These towns range from 700-2,700 people in size, and they are all close to fishing and summer tourism communities. Among these, Newagen is probably the biggest draw, boasting the highly rated Newagen Seaside Inn, which is a waterside resort on 20 acres of land.
While offering the standard memorial and burial services, Plummer Funeral Home offers three types of cremation services. Their traditional cremation focuses on the deceased in a special cremation casket, allowing for visitation, and then returning the remains after the service in an urn. In addition, you can add on a memorial gathering after the cremation. Finally, their direct cremation service completes the paperwork and transports the deceased to the cremation site. Plummer Funeral Home immediately notifies the families when the cremated human remains (sometimes referred to as ashes) are available. The simplest and most cost effective way to arrange a cremation is through SimpleCremationOnline.
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