Low Cost Cremations Duplin County, NC
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Cremation Service Wallace and Warsaw, NC
Seymour Funeral Home, originally founded in the 1920s, is a community leader in pre-arranged funerals, cremation services, and insurance in the Duplin County area. Founder I.D. Seymour began stocking caskets at a general store, and it wasn’t long before he invested in a hearse and the necessary equipment to offer complete funeral services. In the late 1920s, Seymour opened a dedicated funeral home on W. Chestnut St., where the business remained until 1961, when it relocated to S. George St. In 1980, a modern 20,000 square foot facility was constructed on Wayne Memorial Drive, allowing expanded services to be delivered with greater efficiency.
Today, Seymour Funeral Home is owned by Ben Strickland and Gary Taylor, who remain committed to the community they serve. Seymour Funeral Home strives to provide cost-effective funeral services, comfort, and compassion to families in the area. A full range of traditional, customized, and cremation services are available. Seymour Funeral Home can work with families to design a service that meets their needs and reflects their values in a manner that will truly honor their loved one.
Direct Cremations in Duplin County
Cremation is an option that has grown in popularity over the last few decades. Cremation has become a popular choice for many reasons, including environmental concerns, affordability, and the needs of an ever-increasingly mobile lifestyle. When cremation is chosen, the deceased is treated with the utmost respect, and processes are in place to ensure proper identification of the ashes prior to them being returned to loved ones.
Cremation provides a more environmentally friendly alternative to traditional burial because it preserves already limited green space, preserves limited resources, and eliminates the need for the use of chemicals and the introduction of potential toxins into the environment. Cremation is also a more affordable option. When choosing direct cremation, there is no need to embalm the deceased for viewing or have a traditional funeral service, so cremation costs less. If so desired, a memorial service can be held after cremation. Memorial services can be public or private, and they can be held at the location of the family’s choosing. The family may choose to retain the ashes, or they can be buried in a ceremonial garden, traditional grave, or scattered in a location that was special to the departed. In our modern age, people are moving an average of five times across a lifetime. Cremation relieves concerns about who will tend to a gravesite left behind and allows families to retain all or a portion of the ashes, which can be kept with them forever in remembrance of their loved one.
Cremations in Wallace
Wallace, North Carolina is a progressive town of just under 4,000 residents, with a local government committed to loyalty, transparency, and being good stewards of the public trust. Wallace sits in both Duplin and Pender counties, with the Pender County portion counted as part of the Wilmington Metro area. Wallace is the site of industry and business, cultural and recreational opportunities and has several locations registered with the National Register of Historic Places, including W. Stokes Boney House, and the Wallace Commercial Historical District. An outdoor amphitheater is host to musical and theatrical events. The historic Wallace Train Deport was restored in 2007. The town also hosts a variety of arts and cultural events. Travelers will find comfortable lodging options, and a variety of restaurants, shops, and nighttime entertainment venues for their amusement. Outdoor enthusiasts can play golf at their choice of two 18-hole courses, or one 27-hole course. The Seymour Funeral Home is honored to serve the community of Wallace.
Seymour Funeral Home is proud to provide their services to families in Warsaw during a time of need. Located in Duplin County, the town of Warsaw is just 30 miles south of Goldsboro. This charming town of 3,000 is home to the Warsaw Historic District and Joshua James Blanchard House, both on the National Register of Historic Places. The town was originally settled in 1825 as Mooresville and was incorporated as Warsaw in 1855. This diverse community is conveniently located near Mount Olive College, just 15 miles away, and is home to the Duplin County Veterans Museum. Warsaw is home to the largest industrial park in Duplin County, West Park-Duplin County Business, and Industry Center.
Resting along the I-40 corridor, Warsaw is home to a number of nationally known dining and lodging establishments. Guests can visit the Country Squire Winery for a great selection of wines, or stay the night at The Squire’s Vintage Inn, where they can enjoy its rustic charm, along with its lovely view of the winery.
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