Cremation Packages

Direct Cremation of Maine is a licensed funeral home and offers a variety of services in addition to the Simple Cremation Package featured below. These services include memorial services, burials, being present at the crematory for the cremation process, private family viewing, military honors requests, transfer of remains to urns purchased/provided by the family, memorial products, keepsake jewelry, and many other offerings. To arrange products or services please call our caring staff at 207-338-1433.


Simple Cremation Package  -  $995 


  • Professional Services of Funeral Director and Staff
  • Transportation from Place of Death
  • Sheltering the Remains for the 48 hour Waiting Period
  • Alternative Cremation Container
  • Transportation to and from our Crematory
  • Cremation fee at Maine Coast Crematory
  • Cremated Remains in Temporary Urn
  • Transfer of Cremated Remains into Urn Purchased at DCM
  • Filing Veterans Paperwork when DD214 is provided
  • Social Security Notification
  • Confirmation of Death for Obituary Notices
  • Social Security Notification


*Please Note: this Complete Cremation package does not include a memorial service, certified copies of the death certificate, or obituary charges by some newspapers. We will publish the obituary on our website at no cost.


Natural Green Cremation is Available 
The natural green cremation process is environmentally friendly. The process is quiet and involves no greenhouse emissions. It uses a fraction of the energy of the conventional flame cremation process. Our technology uses only 55 gallons of water - others use much more.

The natural green cremation process is truly a natural process for returning the deceased back into the eco-system. The deceased is cloaked in a natural, biodegradable pouch, and placed in our alkaline hydrolysis chamber. Two natural substances, potassium and sodium, are mixed with warm water that cycles around the deceased until the process has concluded. Then, calcium bone particles are processed similar to the flame process. Cremated remains are returned to the family in a container of their choice.