Whether choosing cremation for yourself or a loved one, it is important to understand that there are multiple things to consider, such as creating an enduring legacy for future generations. Establishing a permanent place of remembrance offers friends and family a place where they can pay tribute to a past life.
Cremation is widely accepted within many religions and often chosen by the families we serve. Because the process allows gathering and services to be held at any time, cremation also relieves stressful time factors.
You may choose to scatter the cremated remains (ashes), place portions in miniature keepsakes or pieces of jewelry for yourself and loved ones, hold the remains in an urn, or a combination of these options. With any of these choices, it is important to establish a permanent place of remembrance so that friends, family, and future generations can pay tribute to a past life. There are many options from which to choose when selecting a final resting place for your loved one—or yourself—including cremation niches, columbaria, special garden areas, personalized granite pedestals, unique benches, private family estates, ground burial or aboveground entombment.