When A Death Occurs

If a death has occurred or is imminent please accept our condolences during this difficult time. Cremation Care Providers of Central Florida is available 24 hours a day to respond to your needs, answer all of your questions, and make the next several days as easy as possible for you. You can reach our caring and professional staff at (407) 518-1416.

Losing a loved one is never easy, but with Cremation Care Providers you don't have to do it alone. Our staff is here to support you and help you through your grief journey while honoring your loved one. To help you get started, below is some helpful information. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.


At Home or at Work

Within Hours

When a loved one dies at home or somewhere that isn’t a healthcare facility, you’ll need to contact emergency personnel before they can be taken into our care. If your loved one was under medical care, you should call their physician as well.

If your loved one dies in a healthcare facility, they will notify the proper authorities, including your chosen creamtion provider if they have that information. Emergency and medical personnel involved will help you obtain a medical certificate and other necessary paperwork.

If you’re unsure of what to do, please don’t hesitate to give us a call at (407) 518-1416.

What to Expect When You Arrive at the Funeral Home

Within a Few Days

You should inform close friends and relatives of your loved one’s passing through phone calls and your loved one’s death notice. This can be a difficult process, so you can reach out to a trusted family member or friend to help if you’d wish.

You also should review your loved one’s preplanned funeral wishes and meet with a licensed death care professional to plan their service. If your loved one didn't preplan, you can start by considering some of the larger choices you need to make, such as:

  • Type of cremation casket, if desired
  • Type of Urn
  • For a cremation, location of their final resting place through burial or scattering
  • Any religious services, such as clergy or spiritual leaders
  • Any memorialization merchandise such as jewlery, etc.

This is just a starting point, so don't feel like you need to know all the answers right now. We want to make this process as easy and meaningful as possible, so please contact us with any questions or for more information about your service options.

When We Meet

When you meet with one of our licensed staff members to begin planning, we'll show you our general price list and packages to give you a basic idea of our service costs. We will answer all of your questions and do our best to make the next several days as easy as possible for you.

This process also may include:

  • Preparing and filing the official death certificate
  • Drafting an obituary
  • Selecting an urn, and any other products

We want to make this process as simple and stress-free as possible, so please bring the following information about your loved one:

** This information can also be completed on our Online Arrangement Form. Please click here.

  • Date of Birth
  • Place of birth
  • Full legal name and home address
  • Social security number
  • Father's name
  • Mother's maiden name
  • Highest education
  • Occupation
  • Veteran's discharge papers (DD-214), if applicable
  • Information about the burial location, if applicable
  • Clergy name and phone number, if applicable
  • Insurance policy information if using to pay for funeral expenses
  • Names and relationships of survivors
  • A recent photograph of your loved one

We are available 24 hours a day to respond to your needs and answer all of your questions. You can reach our caring and professional staff at (407) 518-1416. Thank you.