Funeral Home and Cremations Service in Dublin, OH

Schoedinger Funeral & Cremation Service offers compassionate and dignified funeral and cremation service to families in Dublin OH and nearby areas. And as one of the leading deathcare provider in the region, we are proud to offer more than just the standard deathcare options.

At Schoedinger Funeral & Cremation Services, we do things differently. Our peaceful and intimate settings become places where people find closure, renewal and togetherness. Whether you choose burial or cremation, having a service to honor life, and a permanent place to visit remains, are essential parts of the healing process. We’ll educate you on the traditional and nontraditional inclusions in these ceremonies—and help you design an observance that’s as unique as the life it’s about.

Our services have helped a lot of families honor and remember their loved ones. While most funeral homes consider their primary function to be handling remain, we think that our job have two parts: emotional and physical. The physical is burials, entombments and inurnments. The emotional is working with families to design healing experiences. 

Let us help you and your family in this time of need. For immediate assistance or pre-planning, don't hesitate to call us at (614) 224-6105.

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When a life ends, there is much that needs to be done. Many people are involved, from funeral care directors to floral arrangers, there are many who support the work of honoring the deceased. For families, it is an emotional time that can be almost too much to bear alone. That’s where a quality funeral home and cremations care provider in Dublin, OH can be a source of strength and support. 

The only question is, who should your family choose to help honor the life of your deceased loved one? While most funeral care providers are capable of providing a diverse range of basic care, not all firms have the deep knowledge and experience that only comes with time. That’s why it’s wise to evaluate a handful of care providers before you hire anyone. Here are some of the details that you should review with each of them:

  • Services: Although many service requests can be accommodated, some firms are simply not qualified or equipped to perform all death care requests. For example, not every funeral home has an on-site crematory. When such a service request is made, they must outsource this care type to a third party. In some cases, the distance traveled can be quite far, meaning that the remains of your loved one are not laying in rest at the funeral home before service. This may not be a concern, but it is important to understand the details and to know some firms do not need to send out for cremation care.

  • Experience: Every family has its own culture, world view, and faith traditions. These things often inform them about life and death. If the deceased or your family’s customs and views are more unique, be sure to inquire whether the funeral home has experience handling similar funeral and burial customs. You may also want to ask them about accommodating any specific requests you may have for the funeral. 

  • Price: Service pricing must be given to all customers that request it. You can ask for the general price list, which the law requires every care provider to publish. Service pricing will vary from firm to firm, depending on their unique competitive advantages. For this reason, it’s wise to shop for the care that you wish to purchase.

  • Funeral Home Venue: Modern facilities are designed with funeral and memorial services in mind. They are well equipped with comfortable furnishings and are technologically outfitted for A/V support services, including sound systems, webcast support, video memorial displays, etc. Older facilities may also have retrofitted for such services, but be sure to tour the space and make sure they are adequate to your family’s needs. If services are held onsite, be sure to review chapel seating space. If refreshments or luncheon will be served for those who have traveled far, be sure there is a banquet area, with kitchen and serving facilities. Parking and access are also important to review. 

  • Location: For funerals and memorials held on location, it’s smart to evaluate whether or not the funeral home is in a place that attendees can easily access. If the venue is too remote or inaccessible for the community, then many people will be unable to attend. It’s also important that the funeral home and cremations in Dublin, OH be conveniently close to the family member that will be working with the funeral director to plan and carry out services.

  • Personalized Care and Services: When a loved one dies, people attend the funeral because they loved the person in life. They don’t come for the ceremony and procession. Be sure the funeral home is experienced at personalizing funeral and cremation services, so that the relationship is not overshadowed by procedure and tradition. If this is not done correctly, the service can cause more harm than comfort for those who mourn the fallen. 

  • Compatibility: When you interview a funeral home director and their staff, take mental note of your interactions with them. Are they caring and respectful? Are they listening and interested in helping you get what you and your family need from this experience? Do you feel you can work well together, in spite of the emotions surrounding the occasion?

High Touch Funeral Home and Cremations Care in Dublin, OH

Whether you want funeral services or cremation services for your deceased loved one, we can help. When you choose our family to serve yours in your time of loss, you’ll receive the compassionate care you need. For six generations, our family has compassionately looked after the families of our community. Now with over 8 locations in Columbus and the central Ohio area, we’re deeply committed to this work.

Schoedinger Funeral and Cremation Service provides premium funeral home and cremations care in Dublin, OH. Our primary offices are at 6699 N High St Worthington, OH 43085. Call us today for a conversation about your needs: (614) 848-6699.

Funeral and Cremation FAQs
  • Is cremation a substitute for a funeral?
    • No, cremation is an alternative to earth burial or entombment for the body's final disposition and often follows a traditional funeral service. We can assist you with the necessary information for a funeral with a cremation following or a memorial service. To learn more about the funeral services we offer, click here.
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