Low Cost Cremation Tarrant County, TX
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Cremation Service Bedford, Hurst, Fort Worth, TX
Forest Ridge Funeral Home of Hurst, TX, serving the Tarrant County region, is locally owned and operated and is committed to transparency and the highest level of service. They provide comfortable surroundings to the families they serve, and their caring and dedicated staff works with each family to provide a service truly reflective of the dignity of those entrusted to their care. All customs and faith traditions are honored, and a number of services are available, including traditional funerals, memorial services, graveside services, and cremation services. Forest Ridge Funeral Home is a proud member of the Texas Funeral Directors Association, the Hurst-Euless-Bedford Chamber of Commerce, and is rated as an accredited business by the Better Business Bureau.
The Forest Ridge Funeral Home offers a number of cremation service options and, for many, cremation is the right choice. While the decision is deeply personal, for many, cremation is a preferred option due to lower costs, a desire for simplicity, and the flexibility that it offers. Cremation costs are lower because, when direct cremation is chosen, there is no need of a traditional funeral and burial, which can increase costs significantly. Cremation allows for the simplicity of having the deceased transferred directly to the crematory, thereby allowing cremation to be completed within hours. Cremation also allows for the flexibility of planning a memorial service at a time that is more convenient for family members, especially those who may be coming from out of the area. Additionally, it allows the time to plan a service that is truly personal, meaningful, and reflective of those things that were special to the deceased.
The Forest Ridge Funeral Home is proud to serve the residents of Bedford, TX, a suburb of Fort Worth, with a population of 46,000. This city with small town appeal is conveniently located in the heart of the Dallas/Fort Worth area Metroplex and offers a wide variety of entertainment to visitors in the region. Sports enthusiasts will enjoy the Texas Motor Speedway, Cowboys Stadium, American Airlines Center (home of the Dallas Mavericks and Dallas Stars), and the nearby Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. The whole family will have a blast at Bedford Splash, a water park with three different pools, the “Turbo Twister” Pro Bowl waterslide, and interactive play structures. There’s also Six Flags Over Texas, with more than 50 rides, including the Superman Tower of Power and Texas Giant.
Direct Cremation in Hurst
The City of Hurst, TX, is served by the Forest Ridge Funeral Home. Also part of the Dallas/Fort Worth area Metroplex, Hurst has a population of 33,000. It is conveniently located just 13 miles from the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, making it a quiet getaway that is just minutes from an international hub of activity. It is the home of Tarrant County College, and the headquarters of Bell Helicopter, the city’s largest employer. The city’s North East Mall is the third largest shopping destination in the state of Texas. Hurst is also ranked as one of the 50 best suburbs in Texas. History buffs and railroad enthusiasts will enjoy a trip to the Grapevine Heritage Railroad, where visitors can ride on authentic 1920s and 1930s Victorian-style coaches pulled along by an 1896 steam locomotive as they travel along the historic Cotton Belt route that runs between Grapevine and the Fort Worth stockyards.
Fort Worth, TX Cremation
Forest Ridge Funeral Home is honored to care for the communities of Fort Worth in a time of need. Fort Worth is the fifth largest city in Texas, and the 16th largest city in the US, with a population of 833,000. It serves as the seat of Tarrant County. The city embraces the traditional architecture and design of its Western heritage. It is the home of several world-class museums, the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, Texas A&M University School of Law, and the nation’s largest indoor rodeo.
Places of interest include the Tarrant County Courthouse, modeled after the Texas State Capitol building. The top employer in the area is Lockheed Martin Aeronautics. The Fort Worth Zoo is ranked as one of the 10 best zoos in the US and is home to over 5,000 animals. Visitors to the area can tour the Bureau of Engraving and Printing’s Western Currency Facility and watch as currency is being printed and even purchase uncut currency sheets at the Money Store.
Tarrant County Cremation Services
There are a number of other communities in the Tarrant County region served by the Forest Ridge Funeral Home, including Arlington, the third largest city in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area; North Richland Hills, ranked by Money magazine as one of the 100 Best Places to Live; Mansfield, host of an annual Pickle Parade; Grand Prairie, ranked nationally by WalletHub as the 13th Best City in the US for families, due to safety, education, and affordability; Euless, host of Arbor Daze, a celebration of trees; Grapevine, with a walkable, reserved historic downtown; Haltom, a principal city of the DFW Metroplex; Keller, a city that advertises itself as “successfully balancing big-city comforts with small-town charm”; Southlake, ranked as one of the nation’s highest earning cities, with 71.2% of households making over $100,000 a year; and Watauga, a city largely settled as a hub of the Texas and Pacific Railway in 1881. Other locations include Colleyville, birthplace of pop star Demi Lovato; Benbrook, where the sale of alcohol has been prohibited since 1971; Saginaw, a town settled as an agricultural community before the Civil War; White Settlement, named thusly to distinguish itself from a Native American settlement in the same area; Crowley, the setting of popular video game Dark Seed II; Forest Hill, a growing city thanks to its proximity to Fort Worth; Azle, dubbed the “Gateway to Eagle Mountain Lake”; Richland Hills, listed with the Texas Historical Commission as being a City on the Texas Lakes Trail ; Burleson, birthplace of Robert B. Anderson, who served as Secretary of the Treasury, Deputy Secretary of Defense, and Secretary of the Navy in the Eisenhower Administration; and River Oaks, a naturally wooded area defined by the meandering Trinity River.
Finally, the funeral home serves Kennedale, a former Native American settlement near Village Creek; Everman, an area developed in the early 1900s thanks to the International – Great Northern Railroad; Sansom Park, a city of 1.2 square miles with a population of 4,600; Lake Worth, on the banks of popular recreational Lake Worth; Edgecliff Village Town, an enclave completely surrounded by Fort Worth; Westworth Village, home of Carswell Air Force Base; Pentego, named for the Native American friend of early settler Colonel Frederick Forney Foscue; Blue Mound, a small town of .5 square mile; Haslet, considered a major intermodal hub; and Lakeside, recipient of the Gold Award for financial transparency.
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