Merchandise
CASKETS

The Daniels Family Funeral Homes have a complete selection of caskets, featuring woods and metals. These caskets can be viewed on our showroom floor. Selection of the casket is personal and can reflect the feelings of the deceased or the preferences of the survivors. Our extensive showroom includes many options and price ranges.

Hardwood Caskets 

  • Known for their natural warmth and beauty
  • Hand crafted like fine furniture
  • Each have own unique grain pattern
    (No two wood caskets are made alike)
  • Available in a variety of types/species (Mahogany, Walnut, Cherry, Oak, Pecan, Maple, Poplar, Pine and Hardwood)
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Bronze & Copper Caskets
  • Naturally Non-rusting
    (Will never rust nor corrode)
  • Finest material and construction
  • All Bronze & Copper Caskets Seal
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Stainless Steel Caskets
  • Rust Resistant
  • All Stainless Steel Caskets Seal
  • Available in either Premium Grade or
    Basic Grade
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Basic Steel Caskets
  • Selected Styles have enhanced protective features
  • Various Thickness of Steel (16, 18, & 20 Gauges)
  • 16 gauge (Thickest Steel)
    18 gauge (Medium Thickness)
    20 gauge (Thinnest Steel)
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VAULTS

A burial vault is a lined and sealed outer receptacle that houses the casket. It protects the casket from the weight of the earth and heavy maintenance equipment that will pass over the grave. It also helps resist water and preserves the beauty of the cemetery or memorial park by preventing the ground from settling.
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CREMATION

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When cremation is chosen, among the decisions to be made are what type of cremation container to choose, what type of urn to purchase or whether to select a keepsake urn as a permanent memorial to your loved one.
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URN VAULTS

Some cemeteries require the use of a outer burial container for cremated remains. The urn is placed within the urn/vault for burial.
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KEEPSAKE JEWELRY
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If your family opts for cremation, keepsake jewelry
can be a great option to help memorialize your loved one