The Kansas City Cremation Resource
We are one of the only family-owned crematories in the entire Kansas City area. Many other firms use outside contractors to do their cremations. But we feel it's important to do the entire process ourselves. Unlike the typical Kansas City cremation society, we are a full service cremation provider. As the Kansas City cremation experts we have designed this section of our website to help families become knowledgeable about the cremation process. You will learn about:
Our cremation services are designed to help families celebrate life. As with all of our efforts, we provide a high level of personal attention and support for those choosing cremation.
By focusing on your wishes, we can help you create a simple and meaningful cremation service that will be of value to you and your family. There are several options available. You may choose a ceremony of remembrance, or a simple gathering as a way of saying "goodbye". There are many ways to personalize the experience, and we are here to help you in planning a celebration of life.
We think you will find that Speaks is the Kansas City area cremation provider which brings unparalleled integrity to each cremation. That is why we are the Kansas City area's cremation experts and one of the few family owned and operated cremation and funeral providers left in the Kansas City area. Our cremation services are affordable and provide you and your family with the value that you expect and deserve. You have our guarantee.
Code of Cremation Ethics
We are members of the Cremation Association of North American (CANA) and therefore hold ourselves to an unusually high code of ethics in how we operate our crematory.
Cremation Standards of Care
Standards of care are important when considering cremation. As a full-service cremation provider, we operate our crematory in a different manner than discount operations or other full-service providers.
We own and operate our own crematory and are proud of the level of professional care that we devote to the cremation process.
When Cremation is Preferred
Detailing the reasons why cremation is the preference of a growing number of families, this page also covers additional questions to ask once the cremation decision has been made.