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Words You Can Inscribe on Cremation Urn

After the cremation of a deceased relative, you and your other living family members may want to store the cremains in an urn. That’s a traditional option as cremation has grown in popularity over the years. But if you’ll be getting an urn following the cremation, you...

Things You Should Avoid Saying to Someone Dealing with a Loss

Blessed are those who know exactly what to say for any occasion whether it be a graduation, a wedding or an anniversary. But those are happy occasions, and the words can often flow quite easily in such situations. It can be another matter entirely, however, if the...

Caskets and the Cremation Services Process

For a relatively simple body disposition process, cremation sure seems to have a lot of people scratching their heads. One of the things that people find confusing sometimes is the role that coffins or caskets play in the whole process. So before you plan a cremation...

How Choosing the Right Funeral Home Can Save You Money

A death in the family is never easy to deal with whether it came on the heels of a terminal illness or it came somewhat suddenly due to natural causes. And while it can be difficult to focus on planning a cremation service at a time of grieving, you'll find the whole...

6 Religious Perspectives on Cremation

While traditional earth burial used to be far more popular than cremation, things have progressed to the point where both of these body disposition options are now neck-and-neck.  And cremation, according to some sources, is poised to become the clear leader. Even so,...

What to Talk About During Funeral Arrangement Meeting

If you're going in to arrange a funeral or cremation for a deceased relative, you should head to the Cleveland, OH funeral home company knowing that you'll have to make a lot of decisions. You'll be grappling with a lot of emotion, among them grief, so the process can...

Why an Urn Vault is Important After Cremations

After the cremation of your deceased loved one, you’ll receive the ashes in an urn, and you’ll have lots of options in terms of what to do with the ashes. One popular choice involves burying the urn in a cemetery. But more and more cemeteries are insisting upon urn...