Direct Cremation Sampson County NC
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Cremation Service Clinton, NC
Seymour Funeral Home has been serving the needs of Sampson County since 1921. The goal of their staff of eleven experienced, compassionate workers is to provide top-notch comfort, costs, and services for the deceased and grieving family and friends, guiding them through the entire process. They strive to update their staff and technology constantly to maintain their position as a leader in the market.
Their website keeps an active list of all recent funerals alongside a headshot of the deceased and a brief obituary. For purchase, they offer vaults, folders, urns, laminated obituaries, flag cases, a wide variety of caskets to be used during the cremation process, books, folders, cards, and more. The home also keeps an active social media presence and links families to florists, hotels, and estate advice.
For those looking to keep the ashes, Seymour Funeral Home provides cremation urns, concrete vaults, and steel vaults. For cremation costs, contact SimpleCremationOnline.com.
Cremations in Clinton, Sampson County
Seymour Funeral Home serves the city of Clinton, part of Sampson County. The city holds a population of just under nine thousand. The town was first incorporated in 1822. It was named after Brigadier General Richard Clinton. Its historical importance is well-documented with a large number of buildings in the National Register of Historical Places, including the College Street district, several farms, the Clinton Commercial district, and many houses.
Sampson County Cremations
Including Clinton, Sampson County has around 63,000 residents, metered out across a range of small towns like Autryville, Garland, and Turkey. Plenty of notable residents have emerged from this small county, including the vice president under Franklin Pierce, several senators, and some prominent athletes. The county is primarily used as farmland due to its natural grounds and climate. Over 50% of the land in Sampson County is used for agricultural purposes. It is the largest grower of turkeys in North Carolina.
Seymour Funeral Home is based in the City of Goldsboro, North Carolina. It is part of Wayne County and lies about one hour southeast of Raleigh and one hour north of Fayetteville and very close to the college towns of Durham, Chapel Hill, and Wake Forest. The population is just north of thirty-five thousand residents. The town has a rich history, having been founded in 1787 and incorporated sixty years later. It maintains a historical and military presence by being the location of the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, in operation since 1942, named after the eponymous Navy test pilot who was from Goldsboro. Culturally, the town is well-mixed, with over 50% of the population being of African heritage, and 40% from European heritage.
Visiting tourists tend to visit the Cliffs of the Neuse State Park, the Waynesborough Historical Village, Herman Park, and a Romanesque Revival building, the Ohem Shalom synagogue. From an educational standpoint, it is home to North Carolina Wesleyan College and Wayne Community College, though Duke, Wake Forest, and UNC-Chapel Hill tend to pull more students.
Goldsboro is the largest city and the county seat for Wayne County, which amasses about 125,000 residents. The county was named after a Revolutionary War general, Anthony Wayne, where he earned his “Mad” nickname. The county’s main sources of employment come from warehouse and factory jobs, mostly poultry feed, automobiles, and electric transformers. While this may seem low on the advancement scale, there have been significant increases in technology, productivity, and profit from these businesses. Due to its climate, Wayne County is highly invested in agriculture, which accounts for 20% of the area’s total employment. Wayne includes the towns of Eureka, Fremont, Seven Springs, Pikeville, and Mount Olive.
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