Sallisaw Coordinates: 35°27′29″N94°47′40″W
The mission of the Cremation Society is to reduce cremation costs for Sallisaw Oklahoma families. Using our services will typically save your family 40% of the cost of using a traditional funeral firm.
For 30 years, Sallisaw families have trusted and valued how the Cremation Society understands cremation as a dignified method of disposition over traditional burial. The families we serve believe cremation is the best for their family and are attracted to the Simple, Affordable & “Worry Free” approach of the Cremation Society. Choosing the Cremation Society will relieve the burden of overpriced cremation services by your local Sallisaw funeral home.
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Sallisaw is a city in Sequoyah County, Oklahoma, United States. It is part of the Fort Smith, Arkansas-Oklahoma Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 8,880 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Sequoyah County. It has three highways running through it: U.S. 59, or Kerr Boulevard, U.S. 64, or Cherokee Avenue, which is the city's main street, and I-40. Sallisaw is located just 93.7 miles or 1 hour and 34 minute drive from our Tulsa Cremation Offices.
Sallisaw Regional Medical Center
300 Rockefeller Drive, Sallisaw, OK 74401 | 918-682-5501 Sallisawregionalmedical.com
Originated in 1949, over the years Sequoyah Memorial has grown to a 41-bed unit serving Sequoyah County. The hospital prides itself on managing acute trauma, providing long term treatment, and assisting patients in their homes. Sequoyah Memorial prides itself on being a progressive healthcare system in a growing community. The hospital strives to be consistently aware of and meet the healthcare needs in our community.
Cremation Society of Oklahoma is a smart choice for the Sallisaw OK area residents who desire simple, affordable and dignified cremations. We offer special prices for the Sallisaw Oklahoma area families.
The Tulsa Cremation Society office staff knows your hospital well and will make your cremation arrangement process simple and easy. We offer online registration and cremation authorization forms instantly available on our website to help expedite and ease the paperwork process.
VFW Post 4518 Waylon Staffan Post
104332 US Hwy 59, Sallisaw, OK 74955 | Phone: (918) 775-6952
Meeting Location & Time: 104332 US Hwy 59, Sallisaw, OK 74955 | 1:00
PM 2nd Sunday
Quartermaster: James Goforth Commander: Larry Moore
The Cremation Society of Oklahoma is a licensed and authorized Veterans Funeral Care & Cremation Provider. Our specialized Veterans cremation plans are designed to help our beloved veterans & their families with the most respectful and dignified cremation services. We will coordinate with Veterans Administration for reimbursement of your full death benefits and use of the National Cemetery System. Contact us directly to assist your family in making this process as easy as possible.
Professional Home Hospice | 103 North Walnut Street, Sallisaw, OK 74955
| (918) 775-9500
Dedicated Hospice | 2329 E Cherokee Ave # 1, Sallisaw, OK 74955 | (918) 790-3180
Hospice Care is a program that provides care for people who have been diagnosed as terminally ill. Hospice care makes it possible for people to spend their last days in the comfort of their home, assisted living, nursing home or other residence with their family or caregiver. Hospice patients receive pain control, psychological, social and spiritual support from a qualified support staff. Patient services are provided without regard to race, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, disability (mental or physical), communicable disease, or place of national origin.
Your hospice nurse will make the notification of death call to the Cremation Society for you. Each hospice worker is usually very familiar with our simple cremation plans and can help you make smart choices about choosing our Tulsa cremation services. You can find many frequently asked common questions about our worry-free cremation process, after cremation choices for ashes and memorial chapel choices.
The word Sallisaw was taken from the French word 'salaison' meaning salt provisions. The French, who hunted in the area long before the town was founded, called Sallisaw Creek "Salaiseau" because hunters salted bison meat there.