Snyder Crematories

When we built our first crematory in 1996, cremation wasn't very popular yet in Ohio—but we knew the only way to give our client families the best service would be to control every part of the cremation process from start to finish. We have since added three more crematories and renovated the original to continue to elevate the level of service we can provide. With 25 years of crematory operation experience, you can trust the Snyder family and our knowledgeable staff of Certified Crematory Operators and funeral directors to answer all your questions and serve your family with true care and attention to detail.


From the moment a loved one is brought by our staff into the funeral home, they will never leave our care to be cremated elsewhere. We take very seriously the responsibility and trust given to us when families allow us to care for their loved one. We go above the minimum requirements, and verify the person's location at each step in the cremation process until their urn can be returned to their family's care. Before cremation, most families choose to have a viewing or service and we provide options ranging from a full traditional funeral service to a simple private family viewing. Ask your funeral director for more information.

We Promise

  • Your loved one will never leave our care.
  • We only use the four crematories owned and operated by Snyder Funeral Homes.
  • Identification will occur at every step before, during, and after the cremation.
  • Each cremation is handled with care by a certified crematory operator.
  • Your family will receive 100% of the recoverable cremated remains.
  • Every cremation is performed privately in a peaceful setting.


Ohio Cremation Requirements

    1. Twenty-four hours must elapse from the time of passing.
    2. The attending physician or coroner must sign the death certificate.
    3. The legal Next-Of-Kin must sign a Cremation Authorization.




In addition to an ID wristband and paperwork, when a person is brought into our crematory they are immediately assigned a unique number indicated by a circular metal ID tag. This numbered tag stays with the person throughout the entire cremation process as an extra level of security.

Other Resources

Check out these resources for more information about cremation in Ohio:

  • Ohio Revised Code on Cremation. Read the Ohio Revised Code Section 4717.26 Procedure for cremation.

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