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The caring and experienced professionals at Cross Country Cremations are here to support you through this difficult time.  We offer a range of personalized services to suit your family’s wishes and requirements.  You can count on us to help you plan a personal, lasting tribute to your loved one.  And we’ll carefully guide you through the many decisions that must be made during this challenging time.

You are welcome to call us at any time of the day, any day of the week, for immediate assistance.  Or, visit our funeral home in person at your convenience.  We also provide a wealth of information here on our web site so you can learn more from the privacy of your own home.

Our History

About Cross County Cremations

The building that is now Cross County Cremations, LLC was once Weavers Auto Restoration owned by Jimmy and Rebecca Weaver. Jimmy Weaver is Rebecca Williams brother (Mitzi’s mother). They each were given ½ acre of family property by their mothers’ brother, Uncle Wylie Brown in the 70’s. Jimmy worked for then Addison Shoe Factory for many years before starting his own business. He restored current model vehicles but his passion was restoring antique cars from the early 1900’s. He had his building constructed in 1980 and soon he was so busy he had to hire help just to keep up. In 2012 his wife was diagnosed with cancer so his work was put aside to care for her. After her passing in 2013 he tried to continue with his work.

After several months of being alone he met another very sweet lady, Evelyn, who had also lost her husband at about the same time. They became close and married after about a year. He remodeled his home for them to share and shortly before finishing the house he also was diagnosed with cancer. Knowing that dealing with his shop was going to be a burden for he and his wife, my husband and I offered to buy the property to help them out. After the original owner (Wylie Brown) had passed away, the probability of it staying in the family was slim. Because Uncle Jimmy wanted to keep it in the family, he asked us to come to see him as soon as possible. He got straight to the point that he wanted us to have the property and offered it as a gift to us. With the financial burdens they were facing there was no way we would accept it but to purchase it from them.

It was going to be used for our trucking business when we bought it, but after a deal fell through for the location for the crematory we had to use Uncle Jimmy’s shop for that. I went immediately to Uncle Jimmy to let him know of our dilemma. All he said was “Hun, it’s yours to do with what you want. I love you and am so proud of you and I know you’ll take care of it.” So, with his blessing, Donna Presley and I started the clean out process.

It was quite a task to say the least. We hauled numerous trailer loads of everything you could possibly find in a garage and then some. Once we finished cleaning the upstairs storage area, we decided that the decking was in too bad of shape to leave, so we tore all that out. Hanging by the rafters we were warned by anyone that came in we were too old to be doing that. It’s a mans job they would say, but guess what, we did it anyway. We brought down walls, had countless dumpsters emptied, we painted, shopped thrift stores for furnishings and decoration, and brought items from home. It wouldn’t be complete without the memorial wall in honor of Uncle Jimmy. It’s what I’m most proud of about the building. He restored antique cars, so we restored his shop.

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Our Mission

At Cross Country Cremations, LLC we pride ourselves on providing the best care for your loved ones and beloved pets and treating them with love, respect and dignity.

We are dedicated to ensuring that families are given exceptional service and guidance during this difficult time.

Our Code of Ethics

Cross Country Cremations, LLC is a member of the Wynne Chamber of Commerce and we are 100% locally owned and operated. We are committed to providing our community and surrounding areas with the best cremation services possible and we are committed to following a strict code of ethics.

  • Each family will be treated with love, compassion, dignity, and respect.
  • Private cremations are guaranteed to be private.
  • We respect the privacy and confidence of each and every family.
  • We will always conduct our services and business with integrity and honesty.

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Pick Up and Delivery

We here at CCC understand how difficult it is to deal with the loss of your fur baby. That’s why we offer free pick up within 45 miles of our location at time of need. We will pick your pet up, take care of the cremation process and deliver your pet remains back to you in one of our standard urns or you may purchase one of our premium urns for an additional fee.

How Can We Help?

“Our Family Taking Care of Your Family” is not just a motto to us ,it is the foundation that we have built our business upon.

We know that our loss isn’t easy to deal with and we want to help with your recovery process. A funeral service is a time to remember loved ones and to deal with the recent loss. We want to assist you in creating a service that remembers your loved ones life.

We at Cross Country Cremations, LLC have dedicated our lives and business to providing every one of our fur baby families with complete confidence that their pet will be treated with the utmost love and devotion.

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