The arrangements you make will reflect your exact wishes and desires
Our cremation process one of the most unique in the cemetery industry
A Crematorium That Is Top-Of-The-Line
Honoring the life of a loved one is an essential part of the healing process. We are always available to answer any questions about the beautiful commemorative services that can accompany the cremation process.
We take great pride in serving all faiths and personal wishes requested by our families. Just as each life follows its own path, deciding how you would like to remember and honor your loved one is also a personal journey. We are here to help in every way we can. Whether you prefer a simple, private gathering or a unique cremation memorial service, we will help you navigate through all of your options.
The compassionate and caring staff at Mount Pleasant Crematory is committed to providing the very best care to each and every family we serve. Just as if your family was a part of our very own family. Stop in to see our facilities and find out more about the unique, personalized and professional cremation services we offer. We proudly offer our cremation services to people from all across Long Island. So please, do not hesitate to reach out to us today to learn more about our New York cremation center and our various services available.
Today, many people choose cremation as an alternative to traditional burial. A typical cremation funeral service is a blend of religious ritual, community tradition, and a desire to memorialize the individual. At Mt. Pleasant Crematory, managed by Mt. Pleasant Cemetery of Center Moriches, we provide families who seek cremation with the same variety of choices that accompany a traditional burial. We work with and support a variety funeral homes located throughout Long Island...
To go along with our cremation services, we are a cremation center that also provides glass front niches and exterior niches. Our glass front niches provide a dry, climate controlled atmosphere and a perfect way to display your loved ones' urn. Most families tend to include small mementos inside the display as well. Learn more about cremation niches.