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Funeral Home & Cremation Service Arlington, VA

Choosing the Best Provider for Funeral Home and Cremations in Arlington, VA 

Funeral Choices is a funeral home and cremations in Arlington, VA. After 10 years of service to the families of Chantilly and Alexandria, Virginia, Funeral Choices has come to be regarded as a community institution. Our caring and experienced professionals are here to support you through this difficult time. At Funeral Choices of Chantilly, we take great pride in caring for our families and will work tirelessly to provide you with a beautiful, lasting tribute to your loved one. In addition to the services we offer, you will receive an online memorial that you can share with family and friends. While honoring your loved one is our top priority, we also want to help you through this difficult time. We have a wide range of resources to support you not only today but in the weeks and months to come. Make sure to call us at 1-703-378-6896 or you may visit us at Old Town Funeral Choices, 1205 Belle Haven Rd, Alexandria VA 22307

When selecting a provider for services surrounding funeral home and cremations in Arlington, VA, you need to look no further than Funeral Choices. As service-oriented professionals, we pride ourselves on offering a wide array of choices to our clients so that your specific circumstances will be supported in a custom-fitted way.

Knowing that choosing a provider for these types of services can often be filled with a lot of emotion, we have learned how to help facilitate the decision-making regarding laying a loved one to their final resting place without adding to your overwhelm.


Funeral Home And Cremations Arlington, VA

Customized Service Through a Time of Transition

As a full-service funeral home, we can provide you with everything you need for funeral and cremation services in one place. This can be so helpful, especially when you need to move through the process without a great deal of time available.

We have an excellent selection of urns, caskets, burial vaults, and many options for honoring the deceased. You can do that through a traditional funeral, memorial services (options with or without an urn present), and creating some longer-term memorialization.

Yes, you hire us to help you honorably care for your loved one's final needs, but we know you will never be the same after this life-changing event. We want to support your needs through this time of grieving. The resources you need beyond taking care of the deceased as you navigate this time and move toward a place of healing at your pace will be offered to you as well.

Why Hire a Funeral Director?

Our funeral directors are heart-centered people who have the utmost care for your circumstances. They take care of everything, handling things like paperwork, obituaries, death certificates, and connecting you to professionals who can help you with legal questions or concerns.

Day or night, when you are ready to have the deceased picked up, the funeral director is at the ready. Ordering floral arrangements, coordinating with security for police escort or transportation, connecting with your desired clergyman or woman, and any other details that need attention will be in their line of focus.

Reduce the overwhelm and stress by having someone in charge of everything so you can keep your focus where you need it-- on moving yourself and your living loved ones through this goodbye.

Choices for Funeral Home and Cremations in Arlington, VA

Did you know there are lots of ways you might proceed with services for the dead? We support and offer full funeral services and casket burials. You could choose immediate burial and later memorial.

But what about cremation? You can also choose to have a funeral and then cremation. You might select a memorial with or without an urn present. Direct cremation without a service is also an option for disposition. Talk with us at Funeral Choices to find what makes sense for your circumstances.


Pre-Plan to Ease the Process Later

Taking time to pre-plan your own service is a thoughtful way to ease this process for your loved ones at the time of your passing. Even if we know someone well, we might not feel sure what they would want in reference to the funeral home and cremations in Arlington, VA, if we haven’t even talked about it. Our easy to use online pre-planning tool makes it easy to get started.

If you or a loved one are facing a limited time left to live, this is a conversation that is worth having! Use our online tool, or call us, and we would be glad to meet with you to discuss your needs and desires. You can further simplify the process before the actual need by prepaying for the desired services, which protects against rising costs.


Budget Options and Cost Transparency

We are honored to work in this profession and feel grateful to serve our community through our work. We talk with you about costs right upfront and help you find the best options that will fit your budget constraints. Generally speaking, more services equates to higher costs, so we can help you sort what services are most important to you in this process.

It is good to know that there are sometimes applicable charities, local resources, and fundraising options to help in extenuating circumstances. We can point you in the direction of those if that would be helpful too.

Using Technology to Share Your Service

We live at a time when technology allows us to connect with others all around the globe. We love to offer spaces of connection to our clients to share with anyone who would like an opportunity to participate somehow. We offer online obituary pages, tribute walls, digitally archived recordings, or live streaming broadcasts of services. Tastefully curated memorial styled videos can be a wonderful keepsake and preservation of history. 

 Funeral Home And Cremations In Arlington, VA

Funeral & Cremation FAQs

What are the 7 stages of grieving?

The seven emotional stages of grief are usually understood to be shock or disbelief, denial, bargaining, guilt, anger, depression, and acceptance/hope. Learn More.

What to do immediately after someone dies?

  • Get a legal pronouncement of death.
  • Tell friends and family.
  • Find out about existing funeral and burial plans.
  • Make funeral, burial or cremation arrangements.
  • Secure the property.
  • Provide care for pets.
  • Forward mail.
  • Notify your family member's employer.
  • Learn More.

What are the important things to remember in a funeral?

  • Mobile Phone. Turn your mobile phone off before walking into the funeral.
  • Be punctual. Ensure that you do not arrive late and do not leave early.
  • Children of the deceased.
  • Funeral processions.
  • Keep in touch.
  • Cultural and religious differences.
  • Share Memories.
  • Learn More.


Contact Us

Don’t hesitate to reach out to us at Funeral Choices to explore funeral home and cremation options in Arlington, VA.

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