Northern Colorado Crematory

700 8th St Greeley, CO 80631
Weld County   (970) 351-0130



Upcoming Funeral Service Information

Upcoming Funeral information can be obtained by calling   (970) 351-0130

Flowers for Northern Colorado Crematory

For your convenience, sympathy flowers can be ordered online and hand delievered to Northern Colorado Crematory by a local FTD florist.


Faq's @ Northern Colorado Crematory

Questions such as "Which of the rituals should I attend?", "When should I visit?", "What should I say, or not say", "Do I make a phone call?",
are common questions for most Family and Friends during this time.

Understanding terms such as "Funeral Service", "Private Service" or "Memorial Service" can be confusing as well.

"Who creates the Eulogy?", "What is an appropriate dress code?", "Can I, or should I bring my Children?" are common questions as well.
Contact Northern Colorado Crematory in Greeley, CO to help answer these questions. You may also find that online funeral resources can be helpful as well.


Funeral Rule @ Northern Colorado Crematory

A funeral can be one of the most expensive purchases one may ever have to make. Having little to no knowledge of the industry, coupled with the added time pressure and emotional duress a person could easily be fooled and taken advantage of. Northern Colorado Crematory must comply with the "Funeral Rule" or face the possibility of federal trade commission complaints being filed.

The "funeral rule" was enacted in 1984 and is designed to ensure that all funeral homes including Northern Colorado Crematory provides consumers adequate information with regards to the products and services they are charged for.

As part of the "Funeral Rule", Northern Colorado Crematory will provide you with a General Price List (GPL) that includes but not limited to, the expenses of funeral service items such as transportation to the cemetery and viewing or visitation services.

A general price list is available free of charge to any person who inquires in person at Northern Colorado Crematory about funeral arrangements, regardless of their intent to purchase funeral services or not.
~ The Funeral Rule




Northern Colorado Crematory Funeral Director

The loss of a loved one is a difficult thing to go through. Funeral home directors at Northern Colorado Crematory understand that this is a trying time for the family and friends of the recently deceased. They attempt to make the grieving process a little easier by providing funeral planning and other services.

Funeral directors will be available at any time a death occurs to transport the deceased to the funeral home from the place of death. They will then perform services regarding the care of the individual as requested by the family. This will often include embalming, washing, dressing, and cosmetology.

Soon after the death, the Northern Colorado Crematory will arrange a meeting with the family to discuss the necessary paperwork and arrange for funeral services. Northern Colorado Crematory will take care of all filing of death certificates, authorizations, and permits. In addition, all other arrangements regarding the cemetery, insurance claims, veteran’s benefits, and similar inquiries will be handled by the funeral director.

Composing an obituary may be a difficult process for the family of the recently deceased. The funeral director endeavors to make this process a little easier by gathering the necessary information and preparing the obituary. The director at Northern Colorado Crematory will then see to posting the obituary on WhoPassedOn, newspapers, and publications requested by the family.

In addition to these basic preparation and planning services, the Northern Colorado Crematory will contact any officiates, clergy members, or other individuals and groups the family requests to participate in the services. They will also provide the necessary or requested memorial items, such as acknowledgement cards, guest book, memorial tributes, or prayer cards. The primary goal of the funeral director at Northern Colorado Crematory is to take as much burden as possible off of the family so that they may appropriately grieve the loss of their loved one.

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