Burial And Cremation
McEvoy Funeral Directors provides burial and cremation services to clients all over Meath. Many people may be surprised to learn that there is little difference in cost between a burial and a cremation – when the family already own a plot.
If not the cost of burial may be higher.
In Ireland, burial is still the most popular interment choice. Burial is popular, as the family often want a permanent resting place for their loved one.
In the case of a burial in a family plot. We require the excising grave number; we will also need the relevant details of the person or persons already interred in the grave. From here, we will take care of all necessary arrangements.
For more information on burials, get in contact with our offices today. 046-9436812
The cremation process involves both the body and the coffin being cremated. In most circumstances, the ashes will be available within 48 hours.
There are a variety of options for a final resting place. The family can choose to have the remains interred in a garden of remembrance, a commemorative wall or on a pre-exciting family grave or scattered in a significant location.
McEvoy Funeral Directors takes care of all legal procedures, from servicing as a witness to the application for the cremation. We also organise completion of a medical certificate by the deceased attending doctor.
Whenever necessary we will also arrange for the completion of the coroner’s certificate for cremation which may involve the removal of any implants; pacemakers, artificial hip etc.
For more information on our burial and cremation services, get in contact with McEvoy Funeral Directors today. 046-9436812