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Centennial Cremation

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About Tulip Centennial

Losing a loved one is never easy, but Tulip is here to make the process simpler and easier for you during this time. Our dedicated Centennial team of licensed funeral directors and family care specialists is here for you no matter when or where you need us. Reach out by phone or online any time, any day, and allow our team to provide you with the best service and transparent pricing.

Let our Centennial, CO team take care of everything:

  • Transporting your loved one into our care
  • Filing all paperwork 
  • Performing the cremation
  • Safely returning the ashes home to you

Centennial Direct Cremation Starting at $1,195


For families who have just lost a loved one and require cremation services now.


For families expecting a loved one to pass soon and want to plan for cremation.

Plan Ahead

For individuals and couples who want to make cremation arrangements for the future.

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Helpful Contact Information

Click here for information about Tulip Regional Offices, lists of the County Coroners’ Offices, and County Health Departments in Colorado.

Tulip Regional Office


Tulip’s Colorado Regional Office


1338 South Jason Street
Denver, CO 80223
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1600 Prospect Park Way, Suite 101
Fort Collins, CO 80525


6162 S. Willow Drive
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

Centennial Cremation Arrangements: Where to Begin

Beginning the process with Tulip is as simple as picking up the phone or visiting us online. We’re here and ready to serve you 24/7. You’ll never have to drive to visit a funeral home in Centennial because we take care of everything for you 100% remotely. Our simple direct cremations are done in private facilities, and we take care of all the needed transportation for your loved one. This helps us keep costs down while providing simple, straightforward service for you at the same time.

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About Direct Cremation

Simple direct cremation in Centennial is much more stress-free than traditional funerals. The cremation occurs in a private Tulip facility without a ceremony. Afterward, we safely return the ashes to your family in the U.S. mail. There are no extra costs to increase what you pay. We focus on what you genuinely need and will never drive up the price with things you don’t need or want. Instead, we focus on providing the best service and returning your loved one to you as soon as possible.

Planning the Memorial

When you choose simple direct cremation with Tulip, you have countless options for a unique memorial service to honor your loved one. Instead of trying to host a funeral service within a few days of your loved one’s passing, you can take your time exploring Centennial’s options for a service that is unique and special to you and your family. You can have a memorial service soon or wait for a time when the entire family can be present. The celebration of life can be as simple or extravagant as you want because the choices are yours to make. If this sounds like a lot to plan, don’t worry! Tulip is still here to support you in your journey. Visit our memorial service page for ideas and inspiration.

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Remembering Your Loved One

After the memorial service, many Tulip families in Centennial look for a permanent memorialization option to honor their loved ones. Simple direct cremation gives you nearly unlimited opportunities, and Tulip would love to help you find the perfect one for your family. You can choose anything from a beautiful piece of art to safely store their ashes to keepsake jewelry that will keep them close to your heart and so much more. There are countless unique, respectful ways to keep your loved one’s memory alive for years.

Cost of Cremation in Centennial, CO

The cost of a traditional funeral varies based on location, provider, and the packaging options you choose, and it is often more than most people expect to pay. The total price of a funeral in Centennial usually falls between $4,000 and $20,000. Many people find this overwhelming and hard to manage. On the other hand, simple direct cremations typically fall between $600 and $5,000. This is a much more manageable cost for most families. There is no shame in considering the price difference when making your decision. Just remember to find someone who respects your budget and doesn’t drive up the price unnecessarily.

Simple, Transparent Pricing

Tulip’s direct cremation services have no hidden costs. We provide local families with simple, transparent cremation arrangements. You may take advantage of payment options that make our cremations even more affordable and accessible.


Our Promise

Simple & Direct Services

Tulip makes arranging cremation simple, without the need to visit a funeral home. Get a quote in seconds from the comfort and privacy of your own home.

Exceptional Care

Our low-cost direct cremation is delivered with exceptional care. Your comfort and the security of your loved one are at the heart of our services.

Transparent Pricing

Tulip never sells you products or services that you do not want or need. You pay only for what you need at the time of service or with a simple payment plan, with no hidden costs.

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Plan Ahead with Tulip

Allow Tulip’s Centennial team to help your family through a hard time by providing the most simple, transparent, simple direct cremation service possible. We’re here to serve you whether you need us now or want to secure your plans for the future. Selecting a prepaid plan helps your family and ensures your final wishes are met after your passing. If you’re interested in learning more, visit our plan ahead page online.

Colorado Counties We Serve

  • Adams
  • Arapahoe
  • Broomfield
  • Douglas
  • Elbert
  • Jefferson
  • Washington

Trusted Hospice and Palliative Care Supporters

We are a member of Colorado area that provides education and support to those helping families navigate end-of-life care in the Colorado area.

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Top questions asked by Centennial families