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Bradley Funeral Home
601 NJ-73 ,
Marlton, NJ 08053
Phone: (856) 983-1005
Fax: (856) 983-3595
Marlton, NJ US
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The experience of losing a loved one is among the most stressful life events one can endure. During this time, it's important to surround yourself with those who will make things as easy as possible for you and your loved ones. The staff at Bradley Funeral Home can help guide you through the decisions you need to make to honor your loved one. Deciding on a cremation or funeral service is no small feat. It ultimately comes down to selecting the type of service that best helps you and your loved ones heal.
Burial and funeral services provide a ritual for the grief of those who have recently lost a loved one. Burial, which is often referred to as internment, has a history that dates back at least 100,000 years. Prehistoric cemeteries show that people were buried in one location much like modern cemeteries. The funeral and subsequent burial provide a healing way for loved ones to say goodbye to the physical form of the deceased while celebrating their life.
Many people choose burial because they want to adhere to family traditions or be buried alongside generations of family members. Some choose this path due to religious convictions, although many religions are more open to other options. This deeply personal decision is often made after taking into account personal preferences like where one wants their remains and practical considerations.
Around 40 percent of Americans are now cremated. This is a big increase from only decades ago, but it is hardly something that could be considered a trend. Cremation has a long history in many cultures, including Native American nations and ancient Rome.
Cremations are chosen by some people because they prefer not be buried. Cremation is oftentimes more economically manageable than traditional burials and funerals. It saves land space and gives the deceased or their loved ones the ability to name a place where their remains will be scattered. Rather than having a final resting place in a cemetery, being cremated means that the person's final resting place can be in any kind of location.
Bradley Funeral Home can help you with all your concerns when it comes to planning a funeral for yourself or a loved one. As a fourth-generation, family-owned funeral home, we have the experience to help you make an informed decision on everything from the casket to the funeral or cremation service. The large location helps you plan for a small or large gathering with ease. Let us help you get through this difficult time.
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