Why Choose Just Cremation?
Just Cremation-Cremation Society is an extension of Cochran Funeral Homes which has been serving families of North Georgia, East Tennessee, and Western North Carolina for over 35 years. As more and more families are looking for simple, affordable cremation, we responded to their needs by launching the Just Cremation-Cremation Society. We are owned and operated by the Cochran family, and we have five dispatch locations throughout the area so we can respond to your needs in a timely manner.
Peace of mind…
We own and operate our own crematory, so you can rest assured knowing your loved one will never leave our care. Too many local funeral homes transfer the deceased to another business for cremation – sometimes in another county or even out of state. That with never happen with Just Cremation.
Because we only perform simple cremations, and offer the ability to plan online, our prices are much more affordable than most funeral homes. And unlike many other providers, we never surprise you with hidden fees. Some providers might initially appear to advertise lower prices, but beware – they often charge you additional costs later – sometimes even after they’ve taken your loved one into their care. These additional fees can total up to $1000 more than the advertised price. At Just Cremation-Cremation Society, our package prices are comprehensive. You can view all of our packages right here.
CREMATION CODE OF ETHICS
Just Cremation-Cremation Society is a member of the Cremation Association of North America (CANA) and hold ourselves and the crematorium to a very high standard and code of ethics in how we operate.
At Just Cremations-Cremation Society we believe:
- In dignity and respect in the care of the deceased, in compassion for the living who survive them, and in the memorialization of life;
- That a cremation authority should be responsible for creating and maintaining an atmosphere of respect always;
- That the greatest care should be taken in the appointment of crematory staff members, any of whom must not, by conduct or demeanor, bring the crematory or cremation into disrepute;
- That cremation should be considered as preparation for memorialization;
- That the deceased belonging to our society should be memorialized through a commemorative means suitable to the survivors.