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Catherine Bell
· November 1, 2017
This is by far the best place to work at. I made the decision to work with them because of the service that I received during my loss and was treated very kindly. Never once did I feel like I was pushed into something that I did not want to. See More
Shannon Bustos
· September 2, 2015
I never thought I'd have to write a review about my daughters cremation. MY DAUGHTER! Then to have her things cremated with her while we asked for them not to is mind blowing. Let me tell you a little... about those things. Her favorite book that she would pick out everyday and want me to read to her. A book that I would of liked to pass down to other children we might have. A rose that I saved from her first birthday. The only birthday I got to celebrate with her. Her blanket that all I want to do is hold. I'm not sure if you've ever lost someone but those things matter. They're all you have left and you took that from me. You can never replace this lose and I hope that you never do this to someone else. If you're reading this review thinking of using this place please go else where. Please don't let there even be a chance for it happening again. Go somewhere else! See More
Mark Mortensen
· July 7, 2015
Been meaning to get on here for the last month to post this. Maura and All States were awesome in our time of need. Maura made everything so easy and understandable. She went above and beyond in my op...inion. Thanks for everything. See More
Tasha Stevens
· August 24, 2016
I highly recommend them if you have the need. We worked with the Centennial office and we were very pleased with how accommodating and helpful they were.
Nana Cici
· December 23, 2014
Very caring and professional staff! Made a difficult time for me much easier.
Lynne Brostuen
· December 7, 2013
My Mom was cremated there. Same with my Daddy. Very professional and empathetic from the time Momma was transported to the time her ashes were received.

Helen Keller was once asked, is there anything worse than being blind? She responded instantly, "Yes, having eyesight with no vision."

76 years young and racing with her 9 year old grandson. Happy Friday, everyone!!


" Scatter my ashes to the wind to help the flowers grow. If you must bury something, let it be my faults, my weaknesses and all prejudices against my fellow man. If you wish to remember me, do it with a kind word or deed to someone who needs you, then I will live forever." - Anonymous

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Actress Sophia Loren, 81, once said, "There is a fountain of youth; it is your mind, your talents, the creativity you bring to your life and the lives of the people you love. When you learn to tap this source, you will truly have defeated age." ♡

Brilliant advice from our beloved seniors. Thank you for the reminder!

1. The most important person in your life is the person who agreed to share their life with you. Treat them as such. 2. You might live a long life, or you might live a short one — who knows. But either way, trust me when I say that you’re going to wish you took better care of yourself in your youth.…

This is beautiful! What a loving tribute for this young lady.

Laura Hillier, 18, of Burlington, Ontario, died Jan. 20 after battling myeloid leukemia while awaiting a transplant

May your New Year be full of great blessings and gratitude! Enjoy your celebrations tonight and if needed please use this free service from RTD.

RTD will offer free New Year's Eve rides on all regularly-scheduled bus and train service as well as Access-a-Ride and SkyRide services from 7 p.m. Thurs

We are blessed to be in a position to share with our community. For the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays we donated 75 dinner boxes to hospice families in need. These 18 boxes went to the Denver Hospice just in time for Christmas. We wish you all holiday joy!

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Today is National Adoption Day, annually the first Saturday before Thanksgiving. In Jefferson County, Colorado, 26 children will be officially welcomed into their forever homes. What a joyous occasion and reason to celebrate! Congratulations to all the new families.

November is National Hospice Month. We are very grateful to our hospice partners for their dedication, compassion and caring serving those at the end of life. You are our heroes!

We are proud to be a Colorado family owned company.

These photos are so beautiful you will FALL in love with Colorado all over again. Photo from Wendy Gedack Photography Photo from Patty Masker Photo fr...

Help first responders help you! The more information they have about our homes and occupants the better prepared they will be to help us.

This service helps 9-1-1 protect your family by providing more information to first responders. You should sign up too, it is free!

Although most people say they are open to having end-of-life conversations with loved ones, only 27% actually do, according to surveys conducted by the Conversation Project, an initiative founded by journalist Ellen Goodman to encourage people to make their wishes known.

Please talk with your loved ones; it is empowering and freeing to make your wishes known.

It’s important that doctors talk to their patients. But it’s also important that they do it right.

We will always remember.

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