Compassionate & Complete Care Made Easy
Dedicated Care Team
Available 24/7 throughout the process
Licensed Funeral Director
Manages all the arrangements
Secure Transport & Care
Your loved one is securely and respectfully brought into our care.
We take care of all the details
We perform a private, respectful cremation
We return your loved one's ashes via USPS Priority Mail or in-person collection
In Our Customers’ Words
During such a terrible, stressful time the team at Tulip was amazing to deal with, they truly made the process easy. Everyone at Tulip was compassionate and their fees are quite reasonable.
June 16, 2022
I highly recommend Tulip because they handle everything for you with kindness. When it was time to pick up our loved one they came with respect and kindness not only toward our loved one but to our family as well.
June 20, 2022
Everything was handled in a very professional manner. Because plans were made in advance, there were no last minute decisions to be made after my husband's death. Thank you for your assistance. I will be making my own arrangements with Tulip so my children are not left with that burden.
Feb 8, 2022
I was treated very well. It was a very easy process and complete. Low stress. The representatives were very respectful and answered all my questions completely.
June 24, 2022
Simple, Transparent Pricing
Tulip's Simple, Direct Cremation Starting at
- No location costs
- Non-commissioned family care specialists
- No hidden charges
- Make arrangements from home
All under the guidance of a funeral director and our expert care team.
Traditional Funeral Home Services Starting at
- Costly brick & mortar location
- Representatives may work for sales commissions
- Make arrangements from funeral home
The average cost for a traditional funeral service is $7,800 or higher.
Common Questions, Answered
Simply put, direct cremation (sometimes called simple cremation) is the most basic form of cremation
A death certificate is an official document that proves that someone has passed away
Generally speaking, an individual’s next of kin is their closest living blood relative, including spouses and adopted family members. Each state’s laws describe who is able to make funeral arrangements