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E.J.Fielding Funeral Home & Cremation Services

E.J.Fielding Funeral Home & Cremation Services

2260 West 21st Ave
Covington, LA 70433
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E. J. Fielding Funeral Home & Cremation Services

E. J. Fielding Funeral Home, located in Covington, Louisiana has provided comfort and quality care to the community since its founding in 1992. Other parishes in E. J. Fielding Funeral Home’s service area include Jefferson, Livingston, Orleans, St. Bernard, St. Tammany, Tangipahoa and Washington. Forty-five years of experience in its CEO, Edward J. Fielding, coupled with the knowledgeable, expert care of its certified staff, and it’s easy to see why E. J. Fielding is an excellent choice for all preplanning, funeral, memorial, cremation, burial and tribute services.

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Cremation Services$995.00

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Crematory Fees$495.00

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Edward J. Fielding is a fifth-generation funeral director, and the Fielding family has provided funeral care to St. Tammany Parish since 1927. Mr. Fielding has been awarded the prestigious title of Certified Funeral Service Practitioner, as well as being a past President of the Louisiana State Funeral Directors Association (LFDA). Edward J. Fielding and his family have lived in Covington for many years, and have a strong connection to the community. Cremation Certified Benjamin Fielding, Funeral Director and Embalmer, is a member of both the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) and the LFDA.

Cremation can be a good choice for both the pocketbook and the land, and E. J. Fielding Funeral Home offers full services for this option. A memorial service can be arranged, with or without the remains present, and then decisions can be made regarding the disposition of the remains through burial, retention in an urn or a keepsake, or more personalized options. E. J. Fielding Funeral Home & Cremation Services offers a wide range of urns including bronze, marble, porcelain in many colors, beautiful exotic woods, and much more. Keepsakes range from small jars and tiny boxes to vials that can be worn as necklaces.

The death of a loved one can be a very trying experience and knowing what to do after death can be a confusing process. E. J. Fielding Funeral Home works with SimpleCremationUSA in order to help remove the confusion and the stress of taking care of your loved one’s final arrangements. Using SimpleCremationUSA you can make choices from the comfort of home with the support of your family, secure in the knowledge that your deceased loved one will be cared for from the moment of pick up until the cremation process is complete.

Staff will arrive dressed in a professional manner and will ensure that your loved one is treated with the respect and courtesy that they deserve. The body is transferred in a vehicle that is fitted with a platform allowing for proper transfer and care. The vehicle is always locked and secure to protect your loved one through the transfer process. A staff member also tracks your loved one from arrival at the designated crematory through to the end.

Security is of utmost concern to our families, and SimpleCremationUSA allows the family to make a positive identification online using our secure Posi-ID Portal. After the final identification is made, a staff member attends and witnesses the beginning of the cremation process so you can be confident you will be receiving your loved one’s remains.

With E. J. Fielding Funeral Home and SimpleCremationUSA, you will be supported and personally cared for through the entire arrangement process.

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Welcome to We’re here to help you make complete cremation arrangements from the comfort of your own home. That’s right, there’s no need to ever visit a funeral home, but rest assured, we are right here if you need us.

E. J. Fielding Funeral Home Louisiana is a select service provider of, and we will oversee every step of your arrangements. It’s easy to get started. Just click the link below to answer a few short questions, and you’ll receive an instant cost estimate. You confirm your choices and then decide to pay now or later. It’s that simple.

We are also available to help you make special tribute or memorial arrangements and would welcome the opportunity to speak with you at any time. Please call us at (866) 333-5130.

We look forward to serving you.

The E.J. Fielding Funeral Home & Cremation Services in Tammany Parish has been serving Jefferson Parish for more than 5 generations. With years of experience providing compassionate care to families in the community, the E.J. Fielding Funeral Home has become recognized as a leader in the industry for their commitment to excellence and integrity.

Owner and operator Edward J. Fielding has spent most of his working life in funeral care. More than 45 years of experience allow Edward to offer unmatched expertise to the families he serves. He recently was honored to be elected to the position of president for the Louisiana State Funeral Directors Association. The staff of E.J. Fielding is professionally trained in industry practices, including cremation certification.

Nestled between Lake Pontchartrain and the banks of the Mississippi, Kenner is home to the historic 16-block Rivertown, Laketown, and Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport. You can find replicas of earlier life in Kenner, including the old Hardware Store and St. Mary’s Church. There’s also a state-of-the-art planetarium and the MegaDome Cinema. The thriving business district draws many visitors with its unique collection of restaurants and shops. Kenner’s Veterans Park features a Century of Sentries monument and an amazing aircraft display. The shores of Lake Pontchartrain feature Kenner’s City Park Pavilion among its rolling green spaces. The city also contains a wealth of museums and cultural centers. E.J. Fielding Funeral Home and SimpleCremationOnline are proud to serve the City of Kenner.

Also serviced by E.J. Fielding is the City of Gretna, the county seat and second largest city of Jefferson Parish. Just across the river from uptown New Orleans on the west bank of the Mississippi, visitors can take in Mardi Gras World and the serene Audubon Butterfly Garden before dining at the Hard Rock Cafe. There’s a National World War II Museum for a peek back at an important part of history, and the James Hay Gallery features an eclectic art collection. The annual Gretna Heritage Festival celebrates the city’s cultural and historical heritage and features live music, food, arts, crafts, and a variety of amusement rides suitable for all ages.

The small town of Harahan with a population of less than 10,000 has an easy, laid-back charm often associated with smaller communities. Take in the fun at the Big Easy Sports Bar or enjoy a game of darts at the Mill Bar. Get active with a game of laser tag at Adventure Quest, or work on your aim at The Shooter’s Club Firing Range. This suburb of New Orleans is located on a curve in the Mississippi River and is named for James Theodore Harahan, a former president of the Illinois Central Railroad. E.J. Fielding Funeral Home serves the City of Harahan with distinction.

E.J. Fielding Funeral Home & Cremation Services is also proud to serve the communities of Avondale, Barataria, Beachview, Bridge City, Elmwood, Fairfield, Grand Isle, Green Lawn Terrace, Harvey, Jean Lafitte, Jefferson, Lafitte, Marrero, Metairie, New Orleans, Nine Mile Point, River Ridge, Shrewsbury, South Kenner, Terrytown, Waggaman, and Westwego.

One of the services offered by E.J. Fielding Funeral Home & Cremation Services is direct cremation, a growing option that may be chosen due to religious reasons, environmental friendliness, or due to being more cost-effective than traditional burial. When direct cremation is chosen, it is possible to forego the embalming and viewing stage, which results in a reduction of costs associated with funerals. While costs may not be a primary concern, lowering costs can help reduce stress at an already difficult time.

It is possible to still have a funeral or memorial service to celebrate the life of a loved one when choosing cremation. Cremation is simply a choice regarding the disposition of physical remains. Cremated remains can be returned to loved ones for safekeeping, interred in a mausoleum, traditional grave, ceremonial garden, or scattered in a location that was special to the deceased.

The service providers that SimpleCremationUSA works with are all very professional and offer the highest level of satisfaction to all our customers. All our employees must have the ability to do their job to its full objectivity and must wear appropriate attire. We uphold our professional appearance standards. Our service providers’ cremation chambers are well-kept and maintained by their staff so that your loved one will be safe and secure until it is time for the cremation process. Nevertheless, we take care in tracking, identifying, and securing all persons to make sure remains are never mixed up. We will only work with funeral home operators who you can trust to have the cremation process occur at the exact time and place that was assigned while being supervised by an official member of the funeral home staff.

We are also available to help you make special tribute or memorial arrangements and would welcome the opportunity to speak with you at any time. Please call us at (985) 612-7975.

We look forward to serving you.

E. J. Fielding Funeral Home & Cremation Services of Covington, Louisiana was founded in 1992 by Edward J. Fielding, a fifth-generation funeral director and embalmer, who has over 45 years’ experience to offer. The Fielding name is well known in the area for funeral care; the family has served the Washington Parish area for over 80 years. Offering many different options to the bereaved from grief counseling, flowers and gifts to full funeral, memorial, interment, and crematory services, E. J. Fielding Funeral Home is a trustworthy name in the field.

Direct Cremation in Washington Parish, LA

In partnership with, E. J. Fielding Funeral Home offers direct cremation. Direct cremation is becoming an increasingly popular option, because it can be both ecologically responsible and financially sensible. For those who are not familiar with direct cremation, it is an option that consists of cremation without a viewing or funeral beforehand. Afterward, a memorial service can be held and the remains either interred or placed into an urn.

For direct cremations, E. J. Fielding Funeral Home & Cremation Services offers the options of a mausoleum niche, burial on cemetery grounds, a wide variety of available urns and boxes, and they can even help the family to plan a ‘green burial,’ an environmentally friendly choice.

Let’s look at the larger towns served by E. J. Fielding Funeral Home & Cremation Services and

Bogalusa is a city of over 12,000 people that was founded in 1908 by the Great Southern Lumber Company which, under the management of Frank and Charles Goodyear, built the city in order to house sawmill workers for Great Southern.

The city continued to flourish. Although the Goodyears withdrew from the lumber company in 1938, the sawmill is still a going concern today. Bogalusa boasts its own K-12 school system, as well as Northshore Technical Community College, founded in 1930 and known as the first trade school established in the state of Louisiana.

Some of its native sons have become famous, including Kenderick Allen and Al Clark of the NFL; Yusef Komunyakaa, 1994 Pulitzer Prize winner for poetry; and Professor Longhair, famous jazz musician. There is little doubt that Bogalusa is a town that will continue to flourish for years to come.

Franklinton, parish seat of Washington Parish, is a town with a long history. It was founded in 1819 as ‘Franklin,’ but this was later changed in 1826 to avoid confusion with a nearby town of the same name. Franklinton is a small town, with a population of around 4,000 people. The town is host to the Washington Parish Free Fair, the largest free fair in the United States, and second-largest county fair in the state. Schools in the area include Bowling Green, Washington Parish, and Franklinton High School.

Franklinton has been home to a number of politicians, including Jerry Thomas, who served in the State House of Representatives, and Beth Mizell, who is currently a District 12 state senator. The town served as the backdrop for the book Dead Man Walking.

Mount Hermon is a small settlement in Washington Parish. Previously a Navajo settlement area, the town was founded prior to the Civil War. The Mount Hermon church was built in 1874 by the Reverend Thomas Walker Adams. The unincorporated community includes Mount Hermon High School, although the Mile Branch Settlement includes the original one-room schoolhouse that once served the community.

The town has produced few famous names, but has been home to Louisiana political leader Jesse Homer Bankston senior, and Lionel Ott, a Louisiana Senator and active member of the New Orleans City Council in the ’40s and ’50s.

We are also available to help you make special tribute or memorial arrangements and would welcome the opportunity to speak with you at any time. Please call us at (985) 612-7975.

We look forward to serving you.

E. J. Fielding Funeral Home serves all of Washington Parish and surrounding areas. This includes the smaller towns of Angie, Barthelemy Settlement, Richardson, Bickham, Clifton, Enon, Rio, Hackley, Isabel, State Line, Jenkins, Lake View, Stoney Point, Lees Creek, Varnado, Pine, SteinSunny Hill, Pine Cliff, Plainview, Sheridan, Porters Curve, Richardson Landing, Springhill, Thomas, Warnerton, Willis, and Zona.

We are also available to help you make special tribute or memorial arrangements and would welcome the opportunity to speak with you at any time. Please call us at (985) 612-7975.

We look forward to serving you.

The E. J. Fielding Funeral Home & Cremation Services has been serving Covington and the communities of Tangipahoa Parish in Louisiana for many years. The dedicated and professional staff includes Edward J. Fielding, part of the fifth generation of Fieldings caring for families in a time of need. Many of the staff are certified cremation specialists. The trained, professional, and licensed staff live in the communities where they work and act with compassion reflective of the values they cherish.

Hammond is the largest city in Tangipahoa Parish, with more than 20,000 residents. This commercial hub offers attractive options for residents and vacationers alike, including fine dining, a variety of retail shops, and many beautiful parks. The Hidden Oaks Family Campgrounds and Calloway Campgrounds provide a great way to get back to nature and enjoy the natural beauty of Hammond’s landscape. The Louisiana Children's Discovery Center is a fun way to keep the kids entertained with lots of games and hands-on activities. See some of the local wildlife in its natural habitat at Kliebert's Turtle & Alligator Farm. Hammond is also home to the Southeastern Louisiana University, currently the fastest growing university in the nation.

Part of the Hammond metro area, Ponchatoula is nestled on the north shore of Lake Ponchatrain and Lake Maurepas. Some of the best fishing to be had is on Lake Ponchatrain, the largest lake in Louisiana. This small community of 5,000 is full of small-town charm. The creative environment of Ponchatoula is enriched by a multitude of artists, including musicians, artists, photographers, singers, poets, and authors. Ponchatoula is known as the “strawberry capital of the world” because, until the 1980s, the city derived most of its income from agriculture, including a bountiful spring harvest of strawberries. Visitors to the area can visit a number of antique shops, go camping, or attend the Annual Easter Bonnet Festival in April.

Amite City is the Seat of Tangipahoa Parish and offers a respite for those looking for a laid-back vacation, retirees ready to move away from the hustle and bustle of the big city, and a great place for young families who embrace life in a small, tight-knit community. The close proximity of the Tangipahoa River makes Amite City a popular destination for canoeing and tubing. Visitors can see local wildlife in a natural setting at the Global Wildlife Center, featuring over 900 acres of breathtaking countryside. Lovers of historical architecture will enjoy a trip to Blythwood Plantation, a Colonial Revival cotton plantation. There's the annual Oyster Festival in March with carnival rides, musical entertainment, and lots of family fun.

E. J. Fielding Funeral Home & Cremation Services also services the communities of Akers, Arcola, Fluker, Grangeville, Hillsdale, Husser, Independence, Kentwood, Loranger, Montpelier, Natalbany, New Zion, Robert, Roseland, Springcreek, Sunnyhill, Tangipahoa, and Tickfaw.

The majority of people in most states now choose cremation over burial. Cremation renders the remains of the deceased into a fine powder through a process that includes heat and evaporation. Cremation is often chosen for one of three primary reasons: affordability, environmental concerns, and religious reasons. Cremation can take place prior to a service, allowing the embalming and visitation stage to be skipped. This, in general, lowers costs significantly.

Many prefer cremation as a means to help protect the environment. Choosing cremation helps to preserve a variety of resources that are used in traditional burial. Cremation is also sometimes chosen for religious reasons, including by Sikhs and Buddhists, who believe that cremation frees the spirit from the body.

There are a number of service options available when a loved one is cremated, including a traditional funeral service, a memorial service, or a committal or scattering ceremony. Once cremation is complete, the cremated remains can be buried, scattered in a location that was special to the deceased, placed in a ceremonial garden, columbarium, or mausoleum, or returned to the care of family.

When cremation takes place, we ensure that the funeral home staff oversees the transport of the deceased and completion of all necessary paperwork. Additionally, a staff member will witness the cremation. If so desired, it can be arranged for family members to witness the cremation as well. Cremation is always performed in a very carefully controlled process that ensures proper identification, that each cremation is done individually, and that the deceased is always treated with the utmost dignity and respect at all times.

We are also available to help you make special tribute or memorial arrangements and would welcome the opportunity to speak with you at any time. Please call us at (985) 612-7975 .

We look forward to serving you.

E.J. Fielding Funeral Home diligently serves the St. Tammany Parish with exceptional cremation services at a difficult time in the lives of families who have lost a loved one. E. J. Fielding offers personalized and attentive cremation services with compassion and care. They understand that your life may have changed tremendously, and they also understand the emotions that you may be feeling. They aim to make this difficult time as comfortable as possible. With their long list of cremation services, they can meet all of your needs and more.

When you choose E.J. Fielding for your cremation service you can be assured that your requirements will be met and that you will have a personalized experience that meets your needs. They offer direct cremation services if you want to forego the embalming and viewing element of cremation. Memorials are still available when you choose direct cremation services. Many people choose direct cremation because it is more affordable than a traditional funeral.

E.J. Fielding Funeral Home & Cremation Services serves the following areas, among others:

Slidell, LA is the largest city that we serve in the St. Tammany Parish area. Sitting on the northeast of beautiful Lake Pontchartrain east of the Pearl River Wildlife Management Area, Slidell is home to three high schools and two private schools. It boasts friendly, down-to-earth residents who are passionate about family, friends, and the people who they love the most. When the unthinkable happens, E.J. Fielding’s attentive funeral directors never cease to amaze the residents of Slidell with their assiduousness and care.

Mandeville has a population of just over 11,600 people. The town was incorporated in 1860, and it has always been a town that provides residents with warm and quaint living every day of the week. The town has been named one of the best places to live in America by Relocate America several years in a row. You’ll find important jazz history here in Ruby’s Roadhouse, and the town is also home to the oldest oak tree in the South, the Seven Sisters Oak.

Covington is a small town that was established in 1819, resting on the Bogue Falaya. With a population of just over 8,700 residents, Covington residents are certainly close-knit and enjoy those nearest and dearest to them. When it is time to give a loved one a sending off, E.J. Fielding Funeral Home ensures that, even in a small town, you can get the personalized funeral home services that you need.

E.J. Fielding Funeral Home & Cremation Services offers a broad range of services to cater to the needs of all individuals. Their services include: - Customized Funerals - They know this is your final tribute to your loved one and that everything simply must be perfect at this time. They listen to your needs and ensure that you have what you want and nothing less. - Grief Support - Coping with the loss of a loved one can be extremely difficult. They offer grief support 365 days per year to assist with the grieving process. - Burial Service - From caskets to flowers to funeral directors and more, they offer a full range of funeral services that can include the burial of your loved one. - Cremation Services - While they handle each type of funeral service with the same expertise, care, and compassion, E.J. Fielding is renowned for their cremation services.

In addition to serving these St. Tammany areas, E.J. Fielding Funeral Home & Cremation Services also proudly offers services to Abita Springs, Bush, Claiborne, Riverwood, Folsom, Uneedus, Lacombe, Madisonville, Hootenville, Lewisburg, Pearl River, St. Benedict, North Shore, Sun, and Talisheek. If you reside in one of these areas and need a personalized funeral home that is going to exceed expectations and make this difficult time in your life a little bit easier, get in touch without delay. We’d love to show you why they have become the trusted funeral home in the St. Tammany Parish area. We believe that they uphold the highest of standards in funeral and cremation services.

We are also available to help you make special tribute or memorial arrangements and would welcome the opportunity to speak with you at any time. Please call us at (985) 612-7975.

We look forward to serving you.

E. J. Fielding Funeral Home & Cremation Services is a fifth-generation, family-run funeral home. The home is located in the town of Covington, Louisiana. The home is run by two generations of licensed family members. They have a large staff of other dedicated employees to help in all situations.

The company offers full cremation services for loved ones. Cremation is the process of disposing of the physical body after death. The body is placed in an area where it is turned into ashes and fragments. These ashes and fragments are treated with utmost care by the staff and the funeral home. The ashes can be deposited in an urn, which come in all shapes and sizes. Since cremation is just a process, it can be combined with any other funeral services to create the type of funeral your loved one desired. There can be a full-fledged memorial service and even a graveside service. Many folks opt for cremation due to the savings as compared to a casket burial process.

The funeral home serves not only Covington but also the parish seat of Chalmette. This town is located in the southeastern part of the state. The town has a population of almost 18,000 residents. The town was founded in the 18th century and contains the land that the Battle of New Orleans was fought on by General Andrew Jackson. There is a visitor center and memorial at the location of the battle. The location of the battlefield really gives the location a lot of tourist appeal, and many tourists make the drive from New Orleans to Chalmette to see the famous sites.

The town was unfortunately damaged by Hurricane Katrina, but it has since recovered. The town was built around a large plantation, and many of the houses associated with the plantation site were destroyed by Katrina.

Meraux is a town located in Southeastern LA, near the town of Chalmette. It is a town of about 10,000 people. The funeral home serves this town, as well as many others. The town was also damaged badly by Hurricane Katrina, and it has taken some time to recover.

Arabi is another of the towns serviced by the funeral home. It is a town with deep history and a very rough and tumble attitude. The town was the scene of many slaughterhouses back in the 19th century and it then later become a popular center for gambling. The area was devastated by Hurricane Katrina, but it is on the way to total recovery. The town is not very far from New Orleans. It has about 9,000 residents. Many of the historic homes in the town were flooded, and only a few have since been restored.

Cypress Gardens, Francis Place, St Bernard Grove, Delacroix, Hopedale, Kenilworth, Poydras, Reggio, Shell Beach, St Bernard, Toca, Verret, Hi Land, and Violet are all other towns that the funeral home services. All of these are located around New Orleans. E. J. Fielding Funeral Home can send people out to make house calls to these areas. The home can also provide references from people who have used the home in the past.

The funeral home prides itself on tradition and professionalism. There is a commitment to being the most ethical funeral home in the state. All state and federal regulations are followed, and they are double-checked repeatedly. The cremation process is performed in the same meticulous way. Efforts are made to be sure that bodies are handled with much respect and no mistakes are made in matching up ashes to names.

Overall, cremation is much more affordable than burial and embalmment and can really take away the worry and stress of having to pay for a full-fledged burial service. Even with cremation, any kind of memorial service can be added if you wish, including graveside services. We also have a large selection of urns from which to choose. Get in touch to discuss the various options available for a simple yet dignified cremation.

We are also available to help you make special tribute or memorial arrangements and would welcome the opportunity to speak with you at any time. Please call us at (985) 612-7975.

We look forward to serving you.

When the time comes to consider making final arrangements, E. J. Fielding Funeral Home can be a friend to you, as well as a great comfort, lifting much of the responsibility for funeral services from your hands. Located in Covington, Louisiana and servicing Orleans Parish, they have many years’ experience in handling funeral, memorial, burial, cremation, and other services.

Under the aegis of Edward J. Fielding III, President of E. J. Fielding Funeral Home, licensed funeral director and embalmer, they can offer a wide range of services.

This can be a trying time for many, and it is difficult to handle all the details involved in the death of a loved one, but E. J. Fielding Funeral Home can help to make all the arrangements, including the obituary, grief counseling, flowers and gifts, pre-planning, and much, much more.

Seventh Ward is a well-known neighborhood of New Orleans. Historically, most of the Creole residents of ‘The Big Easy’ were born in the Seventh Ward, making it a noteworthy area. Seventh Ward is home to the African-American Museum, 19th-century dance hall Perseverance Hall #3, and the Degas House, where French Impressionist master Edgar Degas lived and worked. The area was settled by Claude Debruil in the 18th century and, as the region grew, it went through changes of ownership and the founding of plantations. The Seventh Ward was also an early birthplace of 20th-century jazz, and was home to such early notables as Buddie Pettit, distinguished cornetist; Lizzie Miles, cabaret and blues singer; and Barney Bigard, saxophone and clarinet master.

Fontainebleau is, along with Marlyville, jointly designated as a New Orleans neighborhood. The area is nearly all residential, which makes it something of a suburb within the city. The land was largely vacant and underdeveloped until the late 1940s, when it was built up as a residential area. There are many smaller homes and a few impressive townhouses. Fontainebleau is home to historic Saint Rita Catholic Church. Notre Dame Seminary, St. Rita School, and St. Mary’s Dominican High School are also in the area.

Other areas serviced by E. J. Fielding Funeral Home include Algiers, Belle Chasse NAS, Broadmoor, Bywater, Carrollton, Chef Menteur, Gentilly, Lafayette Square, Naval Air New Orleans and, last but not least, historic New Orleans, the historic home of Dixieland jazz, creole culture, and many other aspects of Louisiana culture.

In today’s world, cremation is an increasingly attractive option. For many, the choice is both financially and ecologically sound. For those who are unfamiliar with the term, cremation refers to the reduction of the remains to bone and ash using intense heat. E. J. Fielding Funeral Home offers a variety of options for cremation, and their experienced, licensed Funeral Directors can help you choose the best options.

It will be necessary to decide whether the right choice for you is to keep the urn, have it placed in a mausoleum niche, or buried on cemetery grounds. E. J. Fielding offers many different styles of urn for the final resting place of your loved one’s remains. They can also help you to arrange an environmentally friendly ‘green burial,’ if this is the preference of the deceased.

In addition, with cremation there are options for funeral or memorial services. This can be without the remains present or with a table for the urn which can be decorated with photos and mementos of the deceased. E. J. Fielding Funeral Home is a name you can trust for all funeral and cremation needs in Orleans Parish.

We are also available to help you make special tribute or memorial arrangements and would welcome the opportunity to speak with you at any time. Please call us at (866) 333-5130.

We look forward to serving you.

E. J. Fielding Funeral Home has been serving the Covington area and Livingston Parish, LA area for years. With services designed to create healing experiences, they offer a wide selection of funeral, burial, and cremation services specifically tailored to fit every family’s individual needs. When the time comes, trust E. J. Fielding Funeral Home to handle the needs of your family and of honoring your loved one’s life.

E. J. Fielding Funeral Home wants you to take the time to honor your loved one’s life in a way that allows you to look back, many years in the future, and be glad with your choices, knowing you did your absolute best to honor them and their memory. You never get a second chance to have a celebration of life, so let E. J. Fielding Funeral Home guide you and lend a helping hand to get you through this tough, emotionally trying time.

The cremation services provided are performed in such a way to ensure the highest dignity and respect is afforded to your loved one, and that the sanctity of life is preserved every step of the way. E. J. Fielding Funeral Home also believes that every family should be able to make their preferred arrangements within a reasonable budget. If you would like a memorial service in addition to a simple cremation, you can be sure to find a package that allows you to celebrate your loved one’s life without causing a great financial burden.

Cremation in and of itself is only the method in which you or your loved one has decided to handle their physical remains after their death. Choosing cremation does not diminish the types of ways that you can honor your loved one’s life. E. J. Fielding Funeral Home recommends that you hold a traditional funeral or memorial service even when choosing cremation.

E. J. Fielding Funeral Home serves the local community with dignity and professionalism. One of their primary areas, Denham Springs, is widely known for its hosting of a Mardi Gras Parade and Springfest events. Denham Springs is the largest sect of both commercial and residential land development in the Livingston Parish area. Since 2010, Denham Springs and the nearby area of Walker are the only municipalities located in the area that are classified as cities. With just over 10,000 residents, the city has moved from being a commercial area to a large antiques village. The Denham Springs City Hall has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1993.

Further serving the local community, E. J. Fielding Funeral Home also provides services to the city of Walker. With just over 6,000 residents, the area was proclaimed a city in 2011 by Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal. Known as the ‘Pine Tree Capital of the World,’ beautiful, lush greenery surrounds you in all locations of the city.

E. J. Fielding Funeral Home also serves the communities of Albany, Maurepas, Head of Island, Killian, Springfield, Dennis Mills, Port Vincent, French Settlement, Holden, Livingston, and Watson. Regardless of your location in the Livingston Parish area, you can be sure that, when the time comes, and when the need arrives, E. J. Fielding Funeral Home will be there to serve your family.

E. J. Fielding Funeral Home is an industry leader in the Livingston Parish area, and it has established a reputation of the highest excellence in the handling of their funeral and cremation services. When the time arises, do not hesitate to contact us to handle your funeral and cremation needs. You never get a second chance to celebrate the life of your loved one, so allow SimpleCremationUSA and E. J. Fielding Funeral Home to guide you every step of the way and make an unforgettable healing experience.