Low Cost Cremations Wayne County, NC
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Cremation Service Goldsboro and Mount Olive, NC
Seymour Funeral Home is an innovative industry leader and has been providing services to the communities of Wayne County for nearly 100 years. They offer a 20,000 square foot modern facility, professional staff, the latest equipment, and state-of-the-art facilities so they can better serve families in need. Seymour Funeral Home is committed to providing efficient and cost-effective funeral services with care and compassion. Their goal is to exceed your expectations while planning a service that truly reflects the honor and dignity of the departed and respects your family’s faith tradition.
Seymour Funeral Home can provide a full range of traditional, customized, memorial, and cremation services, and they are not limited solely to the use of their equipment or chapel. They are located on Wayne Memorial Drive, in the heart of the region they serve. Owners Ben Strickland and Brian Taylor strive to give their very best to every family using their services and know that the peace of mind that comes from properly honoring a loved one is a most critical need as families and friends move forward in their healing process.
Direct Cremation in Wayne County
Direct cremation is cremation that is conducted prior to any services. Direct cremation offers many benefits, including affordability. As it is unnecessary to prepare the departed for a viewing and open-casket service when cremation is chosen, the expense related to embalming and other preparation are not incurred with cremation. Additionally, there are no added costs of a traditional burial, so direct cremation costs less than other options.
Another benefit of cremation is environmental friendliness. Traditional burial uses many limited resources, including green space and sometimes scarce woods, while cremation allows those resources to be preserved.
Cremation also benefits today’s more mobile lifestyle, with no concern for tending to gravesites left behind.
Cremation is carried out with the utmost respect for the departed. A carefully controlled system is utilized which ensures proper identification of remains, and the process is usually completed in about three hours. There are many service options available when cremation is chosen. Families can opt for a traditional funeral service at the funeral home, at a memorial service at the funeral home, or in a place that was meaningful to the departed. Ashes can be retained in full or in part by the family, or they can be scattered in a location that has special significance for your loved one.
The town of Goldsboro was incorporated and became the County Seat for Wayne County in 1847. Located in eastern North Carolina along US 70, the town is proud to be the site of Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, home of the 4th Fighter Wing, one of the most distinguished fighter units in the world. Tours of the Air Force Base are available.
The town boasts a rich cultural heritage, welcoming to residents and visitors alike. Guests can enjoy an afternoon paddling on the Neuse River, or they can indulge their athletic side at Goldsboro’s outdoor recreational facility. A variety of events are hosted at local parks, including festivals, arts and crafts shows, concerts, and ballet recitals. Agricultural tours are available, showcasing the areas open spaces replete with grazing livestock, rows of crops, and vineyards laden with the area’s Muscadine grapes.
Goldsboro is steeped in historical significance and features sites of Revolutionary War skirmishes and Civil War battles. Walk the trails where Confederate and Union soldiers crossed during Foster’s Raid. Those interested in history will also enjoy the Wayne County Museum and the Wayne County Veterans Memorial. Guests will find many comfortable accommodations, a wide variety of dining options, and a great selection of nightspots. Seymour Funeral Home is honored to offer their services to the families of Goldsboro.
Mount Olive Crematory
Seymour Funeral Home is proud to serve the communities of Mount Olive. Located in Wayne and Duplin Counties, Mount Olive is home to the Butterball turkey processing plant, the Mt. Olive Pickle Company, and the University of Mount Olive. The town is within an easy drive of the capital of Raleigh.
Visitors to the area can enjoy a day at the Cliffs of the Neuse State Park, the Bentonville Battle Grounds where the Confederate Army mounted its last tactical offense, or take the little ones for some fun playtime at the Kids World Playground at Westbrook Park, which features castles, a shipwreck tower, and a swinging bridge.
The whole family will enjoy a tour of the USS Battleship North Carolina, which was used in the Pacific theater during World War II. Visitors can steer the ship, start the engines, and even fire the guns. There are a number of shopping, dining, and lodging options available to suit any budget and taste.
The Towns of Dudley and Fremont
While in the Wayne County region, be sure to stop by the town of Dudley, the site of the Civil War Battle of Goldsboro Bridge, or visit Fremont, a small town rich in fertile farmland and home of the Native American Tuscarora Nation. Seymour Funeral Home provides services in Dudley and Fremont.
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