Affordable Cremations Wilson County NC
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Cremation Service Wilson, NC
Serving Wilson County in North Carolina, Seymour Funeral Home puts the comfort and needs of your family first. Having served the area for almost 100 years, Seymour Funeral Home knows the needs of the town of Goldsboro and the surrounding area’s residents and strives to offer a range of services, making all their clients’ experiences both efficient and cost-effective. The caring staff will ensure your experience is a comfortable one, with compassion placed as a top priority among the staff. They offer several options for your family — funeral services, memorial services, and cremation services, in addition to offering a variety of cremation urns and beautiful, personalized monuments. Together, the combined services offered will ensure a truly fitting funeral for your loved ones.
Direct Cremation in Wilson County
A service that is of interest to many of their clients is direct cremation. Direct cremation is a simple process that does not involve planning a funeral or holding a wake. For the cremation process, a body is exposed to high heat in a crematory, which turns the body into ashes. The cremation costs of this choice are the economical option. Direct cremation also gives you and your loved ones more flexibility to plan a fitting post-cremation memorial, as well as time for friends and family from out of state to be able to be present for the memorial. In addition, as direct cremation does not necessarily involve a funeral, there is no need to buy an expensive casket, nor will the body need to be prepared for a viewing.
SimpleCremationOnline.com, in conjunction with Seymour Funeral Home, can help you arrange a direct cremation, as well as help you choose an urn that is fitting for your loved one. You will appreciate the environmentally friendly nature of direct cremation, as there are not embalming fluids used and there are several eco-friendly containers that can be used, both for the cremation and storage of the ashes. Cremation also reduces the space needed for burial, which in turn saves land.
Wilson County Cremations
Just off the I-95, Wilson County features several beautiful historic places, such as W.H. Applewhite House, the Old Wilson Historical District, and the Moses Roundtree House. Residents of Wilson County look forward to many outdoor concerts throughout the year, as well as the Heritage Day Festival in Black Creek in October, and The Whirligig Festival in November. Wilson County also features the North Carolina Baseball Museum, and the Wilson Rose Garden is a must-see for everybody. Raleigh, the state capital, is a mere 45 miles to the East of Wilson County. Visitors will enjoy watching boat races on Buckhorn Lake during the very comfortable summers residents enjoy year round.
Families will love the Imagination Station Science Museum, which has many attractions for young and old alike. A visit to Wilson County wouldn’t be complete without seeing the Wilson Rose Garden that features over 150 different varieties of roses. There are so many things for people who love the outdoors to enjoy — great hiking, unbeatable fishing, and boat rides. Wilson County is also just 100 miles from the Eastern Seaboard. The list of things to enjoy goes on and on.
When you visit Seymour Funeral Home, you’ll want to add a trip to Cliffs of the Neuse State Park to your itinerary. The city, bordered by rivers to both the West and the South, is 55 miles Southeast of Raleigh and has easy access to I-95. The oldest synagogue building in North Carolina can also be found in Goldsboro, and the Waynesborough Historical Village will take you back in time. Wilson County has much to offer to their visitors, the most important being safety, beauty, and good old-fashioned Southern hospitality.
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