Best Funeral Homes in Cary, NC

best funeral homes in Cary, NCIf you found this page, you probably want details about the best funeral homes in Cary, NC.

To begin, I’m Don from Piedmont Pine Coffins. Over the last five years I’ve dealt with lots of funeral homes and cemeteries in Cary and the Triangle. You can view more about that here. I’ve been on the local news and in magazines and newspapers talking about my work. Yep, I even made the Los Angeles Times once. So, I’ve met a lot of good people in the funeral business (and one or two crab apples).

If you’re new to Cary or new to the idea of arranging a loved one’s funeral, this post is a good place to start. If you need to speak with a funeral director RIGHT NOW, I suggest you go back and google a specific funeral home phone number.

But if you have a week or a month (or more) before you need to plan a funeral, watch this 2-minute video. In it, I lay out the top three tips you need to know before talking to funeral directors.

Watched it? Good, here’s the contact form I mentioned:

Those three tips, especially #2, will give you peace of mind as you engage funeral homes in Cary. Ready to talk? Fill in the contact form above and I’ll have a funeral director I know and trust get in touch with you.

Talking to Funeral Homes in Cary, NC

When you talk to a funeral director, the options are likely to be:

  • Burial — the customary practice, often including memorial ceremonies in the funeral home or at graveside.
  • Cremation — ashes to ashes, as they say. This practice is gaining in popularity and will soon account for the majority of dispositions.
  • Home Funeral, a.k.a. DIY — a “flipped” funeral where the family handles on their own certain details — such as transport of the casket, or perhaps burial in a family plot on rural land. The wake and memorial ceremony may even be in the family home. This is, of course, the most old-fashioned way. Cary funeral homes can assist in planning a home funeral, as can any home funeral guide from the National Home Funeral Alliance.

As I say, if you wish, fill in the contact form. I won’t use your details for any other purpose than having someone from one of the best funeral homes in Cary, NC reach out to you. You can put your first name only, that’s okay.