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Tulip took an undaunting event in my life and made it very simple and manageable. They were very responsive and took care of everything. I would highly recommend them.
Tulip responded promptly to my emails and phone calls, kept to their anticipated time frames on delivery of ashes and death certificates, and kept me up to date on status via frequent emails.
I found Tulip on the internet. I couldn’t travel to another state where my father had passed, but found Tulip, who took care of everything; from recovering the body from the M.E. to sending me my father’s ashes and his death certificates. I appreciate this service so much and the whole time, they stayed in communication with me. Tulip took a lot off my plate in such a difficult time. Thank you.
Top questions asked by Winter Haven families
When your loved one passes, an official authority, typically a physician or coroner, is required to validate their cause of death and identity.
Simply put, direct cremation (sometimes called simple cremation) is the most basic form of cremation.
The next of kin is a person who can make legal decisions (like choosing between burial and cremation) after someone passes away.