27SEP 2017
Scattering ashes in National parks

Scattering ashes in National parks

The National Park Service normally grants permission to those wishing to scatter cremated remains within the borders of Yosemite National Park. To receive permission, please complete the application [70 kb PDF]. The application may include your relationship to the deceased (e.g., sister, mother, husband…
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17SEP 2017
Cremation regulations

Cremation regulations

As cremation is growing in popularity as a disposition choice, we are finding that more people are searching online to find out the laws for cremation in their state. As a body is completely reduced to just ashes in the cremation process, there are quite strict laws governing the cremation of a body…
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06SEP 2017
Burial of Cremains

Burial of Cremains

The ancient world is full of examples of burial customs that seem strange now, from Egyptian mummification to bodies dumped in bogs to departed Vikings launched out on ships-turned-crematoriums. But space constraints and environmental concerns are pushing modern man to explore new options for dealing…
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27AUG 2017
Ashes into fireworks

Ashes into fireworks

Funeral homes and other businesses are coming up with more personal and creative ways to commemorate deceased loved ones with send-offs to reflect the life that was lived, sometimes even with a bang. From artistic personalities to undying cases of wanderlust, there are a growing number of ways that people…
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17AUG 2017
What do you put cremated ashes in?

What do you put cremated ashes in?

How do I select a cremation urn for ashes? There are many factors that come into play when selecting a cremation urn for ashes. The important thing is not to rush into any decisions. This is one of the last acts of love you can perform for your loved one, and the urn that holds the last physical earthly…
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07AUG 2017
Ashes scattered

Ashes scattered

The 20-page document, filed under his legal name David Robert Jones, said the estate was worth about $100 million, but didn t break down the finances. The Fame singer left his SoHo home he shared with Iman to her, and half of the rest of his worth. His son Duncan Jones from a previous marriage received…
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