Low Cost Cremation Hennepin County, MN
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Cremation Services Minneapolis, Bloomington and Brooklyn Park, MN
Quality care has been a tradition at O’Halloran and Murphy Funeral Home for more than 100 years. Core values include respect, compassion, dignity, and friendship. The O’Halloran and Murphy Funeral Home strives to create the perfect environment for celebrating the life of a loved one. They are committed to providing compassionate care in a professional setting as families deal with one of the most difficult experiences they’ll ever face. O’Halloran and Murphy Funeral Home maintains consistent attention to detail and an unparalleled spectrum of services to ensure high-quality care and industry best practices.
Remembering a Loved One
When choosing cremation, families are afforded a great deal of flexibility when deciding upon funeral and cemetery arrangements. Some families choose to have a complete funeral service with viewing and have their loved one cremated after the service. Others may choose to have a memorial service after cremation, thereby not requiring the embalming and viewing. Another option is for a committal, or scattering ceremony, after cremation. These can be held at a cemetery, ceremonial garden, or on public or private property. No services at all are required, if this is what a family prefers. Families may also choose to have cremated remains returned to their care.
The O’Halloran and Murphy Funeral Home proudly serves the City of Minneapolis. The county seat of Hennepin County is the 14th largest city in the US, with 3.8 million residents. It lay on the banks of the Mississippi and Minnesota Rivers, and features more than 20 lakes and wetlands. A big hub for international business, Minneapolis has the 5th-highest concentration of Fortune 500 companies in the US. The city is rich in culture and arts and includes one of the five largest modern art museums in the US, the Walker Art Center. Visitors to Minneapolis can enjoy the exciting nightlife, high-end dining options, and a variety of entertainment.
Minnesota’s 4th largest city is home to the Mall of America, America’s largest indoor mall with over 520 stores. It’s also the home of the Minnesota Zoo, the SeaLife Aquarium, WaterPark of America, and the Bell Museum of Natural History. With a thriving downtown area and a wide variety of shops and restaurants, there’s something to pique everyone’s interest in Bloomington. The O’Halloran and Murphy Funeral Home serves the communities of Bloomington.
The O’Halloran and Murphy Funeral Home offers their services to the community of Brooklyn Park. There’s always something to do in Brooklyn Park year-round. Located on the west bank of the Mississippi River in northwest Hennepin County, Brooklyn Park prides itself on providing a high quality of life to residents. There are a variety of golf courses, recreational programs, and community activities.
Hennepin County Cremations
O’Halloran and Murphy Funeral Home serves the city of Brooklyn Center, home to the headquarters of Caribou Coffee. Champlin, where you’ll find the Father Hennepin Festival each year in July, is also within the funeral home’s catchment area.
To the west is Wayzata and Corcoran, which was named for the city’s first postmaster, Patrick B. Corcoran. The larger St. Louis Park is growing fast, with large Jewish and Russian populations. You’ll find Crystal and Crystal Bay along the Minnesota State Highway 100, and Shorewood includes the three islands on Lake Minnetonka.
Even part of Dayton is in Hennepin County. Another edge city is Eden Prairie, home to the Minnesota Vikings and ranked as Money Magazine’s 2010 Best Place to Live in America. Edina’s Baird and Grimes neighborhoods are historic places on the National Register, and Golden Valley is the headquarters of General Mills.
Also served are the cities of St. Anthony, St. Paul, Maple Grove and Medina. Stop in at Hopkins in July for the Hopkins Raspberry Festival, Independence for its weekly Delano Farmers Market and Minnetonka for the headquarters of the largest private company in America, Cargill.
O’Halloran and Murphy Funeral Home also serves Minnetrista, Mound, New Hope, Otsego, Plymouth, Richfield, Robbinsdale and Rogers.
The O’Halloran and Murphy Funeral Home offers direct cremation services to the Ramsey and Hennepin County region. Cremation is an increasingly popular means of final disposition of remains, and it is expected that by 2018 more than 50% of Americans will choose cremation.
There are several key factors contributing to the growth of cremation, including a drive for new traditions, a variety of available service options, and greater affordability. Contributing to the cost factor of traditional burial are the expenses associated with embalming, viewing, and burial. While cost may not be the foremost consideration in one’s mind during a time of grief, reducing these costs can help to lessen stress at a time when many people are already struggling emotionally. Choosing cremation is also viewed as environmentally friendly, as it preserves many of the resources used in a traditional burial and doesn’t require the use of already-limited space for burial.
An awareness that cremation is carried out with the utmost reverence and respect for the deceased can bring comfort to loved ones as they begin their journey toward healing. Great care is taken with each cremation, as each is performed individually in a carefully controlled system. The entire process typically takes less than three hours from beginning to end.
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