Veteran Burial Benefits Provided to Dallas, Texas

The funeral directors who work with Martin Oaks recognize the sacrifices made by veterans of the U.S military. They are honored to provide funeral benefits to veterans living in Dallas, Texas.

Dallas, United States - June 19, 2019 /PressCable/ —

The funeral directors who work with Martin Oaks recognize the efforts and sacrifices made by veterans of the United States military. They are honored to provide funeral benefits to veterans living in the Dallas, Texas area. The funeral directors who work with Martin Oaks offer a range of funeral benefits to Texas veterans.

The main veteran burial benefits offered to Texas veterans include a grave site in any of Texas’ five national cemeteries. The five national cemeteries are:

Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery

Fort Bliss National Cemetery

Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery

Houston National Cemetery

Kerrville National Cemetery

San Antonio National Cemetery

Note that San Antonio National Cemetery is for cremation only. Funeral benefits offered to veterans also include the opening and closing of the grave, perpetual care, a government headstone or marker, a burial flag, and a Presidential Memorial Certificate. All at no cost to the families.

Certain veterans may be eligible for Burial Allowances. Burial Allowances are burial and funeral expenses paid to the families of deceased veterans by the Department of Veteran’s Affairs. Burial benefits available to spouses and dependents of deceased veterans are burial in a national cemetery with the Veteran and includes perpetual care. Additionally, the name, date of birth and death of the spouse or dependent will be inscribed on the headstone at no cost to the family. The spouse and dependents may be serviced first, even if they precede the veteran.

If one is a member of the military, it is important to keep one’s discharge paperwork. The proof of an honorable discharge from the United States Armed Forces is an extremely important document that is the key to receiving certain services and benefits. The funeral directors who work with Martin Oaks Cemetery & Crematory cater to the nation’s veterans to ensure the internment process goes as smoothly as possible.

To secure a final resting place within the national cemetery system, the family must provide the funeral director who works with Martin Oaks Cemetery & Crematory with the appropriate required discharge paperwork from whatever branch of the Armed Forces that person served.

Please note any additional items or services obtained from the funeral directors who work with Martin Oaks will be at the family’s expense. To schedule a burial in one of Texas National Cemeteries, please contact the funeral directors who work with Martin Oaks at (469) 605-7215, 24/7.

The funeral directors who work with Martin Oaks Cemetery & Crematory go the extra step of contacting the National Cemetery Scheduling Office for their pre-arrangements and clearing the veteran in advance by forwarding their discharge paperwork for review and storage. Pre-planning in this way eliminates surprise delays.

Please contact the funeral directors who work with Martin Oaks for more information and professional advice from their Veteran specialists at (469) 605-7215, 24/7.

Contact Info:
Name: Peter Alexis
Email: Send Email
Organization: Martin Oaks Cemetery and Crematory, Inc.
Address: 8750 North Central Expressway Suite 625, Dallas, Texas 75231, United States
Phone: +1-469-605-7215

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 526831

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