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Selecting the correct size

Urns come in as many sizes and shapes as people or pets

Enter your loved one's approximate weight to determine the correct urn size.

Your loved one's weight

(in pounds)

Minimum urn capacity

(in cubic inches)

For every one pound of body weight, allow about 1 cubic inch capacity (for example, your 150 pound loved one will need an urn with a minimum capacity of 150 cubic inches). Remember, an urn can only be too small - if you're not sure, it's better to choose a larger urn.

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Mike Jamali

Mike Jamali

A former operations expert with 22 years of experience in high-end retail, Mike is also president of Wrap & Send Services LLC, an outsourced retail vendor, responsible for packaging/sending functions for big box retailers. Prior to his retail operations career, Mike served in the United States Air Force for 11 years, both in active duty and in the reserve. Along with commitment and focus, Mike exudes a very generous and caring spirit.

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