Funeral Homes Levittown, PA and surrounding areas

Funeral Homes such as J. Allen Hooper Funeral Chapel and Cremation Services are offered to residents of Levittown, PA and surrounding areas.

Funeral Home services are available in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, which is north of Philadelphia and bounded by the Delaware River to the southeast. Levittown is a census-designated place (CDP) and planned community in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, United States, within the Philadelphia metropolitan area. The population was 52,983 at the 2010 census. It is 40 feet (12 m) above sea level. Though not a municipality, it is sometimes recognized as the largest suburb of Philadelphia in Pennsylvania (while Upper Darby Township, Lower Merion Township, Bensalem Township, Abington Township and Bristol Township are municipalities larger in size in the three surrounding Pennsylvania counties). Starting with land purchased in 1951, it was planned and built by Levitt & Sons. The brothers Bill Levitt and architect Alfred Levitt designed its six typical houses.

The funeral directors of J. Allen Hooper Funeral Chapel and Cremation Services serve Levittown, PA with compassion and respect. J. A. Hooper Funeral Chapel and Cremation Service was established in 1923. Their staff is dedicated to the families they work with and are consistently committed to ensuring they make a family’s time as stress free as possible. They offer all types of traditional, green burials and cremations. Offering dignified funerals and memorials ceremonies they have everything needed to properly commemorate a loved one when choosing cremation. Their services are meticulous and delivered at an affordable price. Please contact them at 1-215-295-7725 to arrange for cremation services. Cremation is a form of disposition. The family can choose cremation or burial for the loved one. There are several options available to the family in relation to cremation. Most families choose a more traditional funeral using cremation as disposition. This will allow for a funeral service at the funeral home followed by the cremation of the loved one. Family and friends are given an opportunity to say their final goodbyes and see their loved one for the last time. The family also has the option to choose a memorial service where the cremains can either be present or not present at the funeral home or church. Choosing this option allows one to hold memorial services later and at a time when it’s more convenient for all family members and friends to attend. Another option available to the family is direct cremation without holding a viewing or memorial service.

They are also very involved in benefits and funeral arrangements for Veterans. The basic Military Funeral Honors (MFH) consists of the They offer a free grave, Burial vault, grave opening and headstone for the veteran and the veteran’s spouse.

Who is eligible for Military Funeral Honors?

Military members on active duty or in the Selected Reserve.

Former military members who served on active duty and departed under conditions other than dishonorable.

Former military members who completed at least one term of enlistment or period of initial obligated service in the Selected Reserve and departed under conditions other than dishonorable.

Former military members discharged from the Selected Reserve due to a disability incurred or aggravated in the line of duty.

How do I establish veteran eligibility?

The preferred method is the DD Form 214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty. If the DD Form 214 is not available, any discharge document showing other than dishonorable service can be used. The DD Form 214 may be obtained by filling out a Standard Form 180 and sending it to:

National Personnel Records Center (NPRC)

9700 Page Blvd.

St. Louis, MO 63132

The Standard Form 180 may be obtained from the National Records Center or via the following web site:

More detailed information for Veterans can be found on J. A. Hooper’s web site

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