Cremation Information and Trends

Your resource for cremation facts, details on the cremation process and why cremation may be your most economical and eco-friendly funeral option.


Recreating a Tattoo – A One of a Kind Memorial for a Cherished Life.

From a tattoo to a memorial urn – honoring memories with a tribute that is as unique as the life expressed.

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Digital Communications and Memorials

How do you want to be memorialized, and do you want your death announced on ? We conducted a survey to find out.

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Creating a Custom Urn with Trademarked Materials

Understanding licensed product use and exploring alternatives to using trademarked materials for a custom memorial.

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Cremation Facts: The Basics and a Little More

Cremation facts including the cost of cremation, facts that only the crematorium owner would know, and even the involvement of druids.

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What Can You Do With the Ashes of a Cremated Loved One?

What can you do with the ashes of a d one who chose to be cremated? We have some ideas to help you celebrate your d one’s memory.

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A Beautiful Butterfly Urn for Your Remembrance

Now I do not know whether it was then I dreamt I was a butterfly, or whether I am now a butterfly dreaming I am a man. ~ Chuang Tse Languages tend to borrow from each other, from ancestor languages and from neighboring cultures. But for some reason societies around the world have resisted borrowing…

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Plan a Dignified Memorial — Budgeting for Less than the Average Funeral Cost

How much does cremation cost, what is the average funeral cost, and other questions to help you save money on a funeral.

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Announcing a Death on Facebook

Death is a touchy subject. Not many people are comfortable talking about it and when a death in the family occurs, it’s hard enough to call up family members and give them the terrible news. Add social media into the mix and now you’ve got a new level of discomfort because you cannot control the information that others post on their own accounts. So how do you let friends and acquaintances know about a death on or any social media? In fact, should you even announce a death using social media as an outlet?

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Transporting Ashes

When you have to transport the cremated remains of a d one or family pet, have you ever thought of what that involves? Here’s a comprehensive guide to help you through the process.

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Going Green Isn’t Just for the Living

Happy Earth Day! This year, learn the many ways you can have a green, eco-friendly funeral.

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Don’t get spooked: 5 things you need to know about cremation

Curious about cremation? We have five things you need to know about cremation to answer your questions and ease your mind.

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Before Cremation: Pacemaker Removal After Death

When a d one in the family dies of natural causes, oftentimes it’s due to old age. If a d one in your family passes away and they used a pacemaker during the later years of their life, but requested that they be cremated upon their death, then pacemaker removal after death is required. The…

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