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Featured Funeral Homes:
Reyers North Valley Chapel
2815 Fuller Avenue Ne
Grand Rapids, Michigan

Ashes To Ashes
1301 N Western Avenue
Los Angeles, California

Holcombe Funeral Home Incorporated
21 W Main Street
Collegeville, Pennsylvania

Atlanta Pet Cemetery & Crematory
496 Atlanta Street Se # A
Marietta, Georgia

Hawaii Funeral Homes

Cremation is an option that is very popular in Hawaii, generally because the limited land mass available in the islands makes burial an expensive and unreasonable option. Another thing that is interesting abut Hawaii is that its residents have perhaps the longest life spans in the country, leading to a death rate that is little more than 8500 annually. Hawaii funeral homes generally have a rather laid back approach to funeral services, although their funeral director association has made efforts to correct this in recent years. When choosing a funeral home in Hawaii you need to be very careful about location or transportation be quite an issue, necessitating transport of the body from island to island. General tradition of creation in Hawaii includes renting a casket for the viewing of the body, which can significantly reduce funeral expenses. The actual cremation is done in another and much cheaper casket or container that is usually made of wood and can sometimes even be made of stiff cardboard. Please select a city in Hawaii to browse the funeral services available.

Aiea Hilo Honolulu
Hoolehua Kahului Kailua
Kailua Kona Kalaheo Kaneohe
Kaumakani Keaau Kealakekua
Koloa Lihue Makawao
Pearl City Wailuku Waipahu
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