Veterans Cremation Society Benefits

The government does an excellent job providing veterans and their spouses with burial benefits if you use a Veterans National or VA State Cemetery, however the Dept. of Veterans Affairs does not provide or pay for funeral or cremation arrangements for veterans or their families.

Over 1000 licensed funeral homes across 48 States are exclusive Veterans Cremation Society-Benefit Providers. These cremation providers are helping millions of veterans & their families take control of their final arrangements while providing comprehensive savings, benefits and planning services. The Veterans Cremation Society selects funeral homes to become VCS-Benefit Providers based on their history of uncompromised professional service and business practices, value pricing and their community involvement and support of veterans and active duty military.

One of the many benefits of becoming a Veterans Cremation Society member is a free wood & glass flag case for veterans who have honorably served in the U.S. military, as well as those who are currently serving. In addition to receiving a guaranteed savings off of cremation services & cremation merchandise, membership in the Veterans Cremation Society ensures that your final arrangements are carried out according to your wishes.

Whether you choose a simple or uniquely personalized cremation arrangement, Veterans Cremation Society- Benefit Providers promise to ensure that each cremation is performed in accordance with the highest level of ethical cremation standards & procedures.

Becoming a member of the Veterans Cremation Society is a gift that will ease the burden of decision making and provide peace of mind. In addition to recording final arrangement wishes Veterans Cremation Society Members receive special membership pricing from their VCS-Benefit Provider. Veterans Cremation Society membership is now open to veterans, their spouses, their parents and their adult children. To join VCS visit: www.VeteransCremationSociety.com

Article submitted by: Mark D.

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