125 N Front St
| Milton, PA 17847
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Tel: 1-570-742-4561

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Funeral And Cremations Watsontown PA
Funeral Home And Cremations Service Watsontown PA
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$5,495 Liberty Funeral PackageSM

Includes choice of 4 beautiful caskets  -  Click “Pricing” tab above for details. Shop and compare.

A fine funeral need not be costly.

Modern Funeral and Cremation in Watsontown, PA

Dale Ranck Cremation & Funeral Care strives to be at the forefront of innovation in customer service by creating unique life tributes for every family we serve. Since 1989, our family-owned company has provided a written guarantee. If you are not completely satisfied with any of our professional services or facilities, you will not be charged for that item of service. Contact us at 570-742-4561 or visit us at 125 N Front St Milton, PA 17847.

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You are not alone if you have no idea where to start when it comes to planning funeral and cremation practices in Watsontown, PA, for your loved one. When you partner with our expert team, much of the stress of planning a large event will be lifted from you. We can take care of all of the details and make it a day that is focused on honoring your family or friend.


Many funeral homes highlight the 100 years or more experience they have in the industry. While experience is always valuable, we want to offer you knowledge combined with updated funeral options. You don’t want a funeral home that is still offering the exact layout and decore that they provided 100 years ago. Our company provides several services that set us apart.


Why Choose Us: Funeral and Cremation in Watsontown, PA 

What makes our company different? Here are some reasons that make us unique

  • Online Memorial: For those who can’t physically make it for the funeral or memorial service, we offer a website where people can post their condolences. This is a central spot that can be filled with pictures of the loved one, details on the physical services, and options to upload your own photos with the deceased, which may be cherished by the family.  
  • Funeral Funds: We know that a funeral can put financial stress on a family. We will set up a fund where friends and family can donate to help out with the funeral cost. The funds will be secure and go directly to the funeral home.
  • Tribute Videos: It may be of interest to put together a video tribute for friends and family. You can submit pictures, videos, and written or voice-recorded memories. We will arrange a video to honor the life of the deceased. You can also fill it with favorite music that will bring a smile of remembrance to all those who watch.
  • Getting the Word Out: On our memorial page, we will continuously be updating it with details of the funeral or memorial service. You can easily copy and paste the details to post them on social media. And we will include any instructions on tuning in virtually to the service, as well.  
  • Flower Orders: We have partnered with local florists so that you can make flower orders to send to the family. This simple process is all navigated through our website, which is a one-stop-shop for all things regarding funeral and cremation in Watsontown, PA.


Options for Being Laid to Rest

If you are deciding between traditional burial or cremation, think about what is most important to the family. Here are a few things to keep in mind:  

  • Traditional Burial: When choosing a burial option, the body can be present at the funeral service. Close family and friends can be invited to view the body and say their final goodbyes. They are then buried in a cemetery where family and friends can visit the gravesite time after time in the coming years.  
  • Cremation: Our team has a very dignified and respectful process when it comes to cremation. When you are given the ashes of your loved one, you can choose to scatter them in a place that is meaningful to your family. Or you can keep the ashes with you in an urn or keepsake jewelry. You can divide the ashes among family members. And you are not tied to a physical place that you may have to travel to visit the deceased.

Your loved one may have expressed how they wanted to be laid to rest. If they did not, invite others close to the deceased to share their input and search journals or conversations that close friends had with their loved ones over the years. You can rely on our expertise in the industry to advise on what options may be best for your family.


Contact a Modern Funeral Home Today

Be proactive in funeral planning, and record some thoughts before death occurs. Whether your death is near or years away, your plans will be precious once you have passed on. Write down your input regarding your casket or urn. Specify who you would like to speak or perform a song. Think about your favorite inspirational quotes or scripture passages that guided you through life.  


If you have experienced an unexpected loss of a loved one, contact a funeral home as soon as possible to get the plans in place. We will be ready to help right away, starting with the transportation of the body from the hospital to the funeral home. None of those details need to add extra worry to your life. For funeral and cremation in Watsontown, PA, contact Dale Ranck Cremation & Funeral Care. We are located nearby at 125 N Front St Milton, PA 17847. Our expert staff will walk you through your first steps and be there to answer every question you might have along the way. Do not hesitate to call: (570) 742-4561.


Funeral & Cremation

What is included in a basic funeral?

  • Resources offered by funeral managers. It is likely to include a simple funeral: a white, lined coffin. The body of the person who died is transferred to the premises of the funeral director, usually up to ten miles from where the death occurred. The treatment of the person who died before the funeral. Learn More.

At what age should you plan your funeral?

  • In your 30s, Death Planning. Statistics show that 35 is the best age to receive life insurance. People within this age group begin to think ahead during this period especially if kids are involved. Learn More.

How long does it take to make funeral arrangements?

  • Planning funeral arrangements for a loved one generally takes less than three hours. However, a funeral home can help you make arrangements according to your desired timeline. Learn More.


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