General Cremation Articles
Ashes to Ashes: The Cremation Process Explained
Cremation, as an option for the final disposition of a deceased person, has been around for thousands of years... Here is how the cremation process works.
A Guide to Cremation Memorialization
Memorialization is a time-honored tradition that has been practiced by caring people through the centuries. As survivors we care about and want to remember those who precede us in death. Memorialization helps us to remember and to be remembered.
The History of Cremation
Scholars today quite generally agree that cremation probably began in any real sense during the early Stone Age -- around 3000 B.C. -- and most likely in Europe and the Near East.
Scattering Ashes by Air
Scattering the ashes of a loved one by air is an affordable option many choose as the demand for cremation rises. Aerial scattering offers a means of closure to families who are ready to take the final step in the grieving process.
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