Archive for Cremation

What To Do With Cremation Ashes

| December 14, 2011 | 0 Comments

The finality about burial. When it’s all over Luckily, cremation gives you no such conclusion. You get ashes back – if you want it. Cremated remains. They weigh around as much as the dead person did when they were born, so there’s a nice irony there. If you decided not to have a funeral for […]

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Airforce Dumps Corpses in Landfill

| December 8, 2011 | 0 Comments

A very sad story about our American Troops By msnbc.com staff The incinerated partial remains of at least 274 American troops were dumped in a Virginia landfill, according to government records, The Washington Post reported on Thursday. Air Force officials said that the dumping was hidden from families who had given authorization for the remains […]

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End Of Life

| November 29, 2011 | 0 Comments

End of Life Decisions This month in the US, many friends and families will come together to enjoy a Christmas and New Years Eve, drink some wine, and zealously shop for friends over the holiday weekends. With everyone coming together to celebrate, it’s an ideal time to make sure many of your friends and family […]

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Planning A Funeral Online

| April 20, 2011 | 0 Comments

Cremation Choices should make us consider now how comfortable we are with the idea of arranging for our own or a relative’s burial or cremation via the Internet. The longtime tradition of working face-to-face with a funeral director and developing a relationship with a regional funeral home to make final arrangements is beginning to show […]

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Japan faces another dilemma – Radioactive Dead Bodies

| April 13, 2011 | 0 Comments
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What is Cremation?

| February 28, 2011 | 0 Comments

Using intense heat to reduce the size of the body down to ashes. The process can take up two to four hours. Depending on the size of the body, the cremated remains will weigh three to nine pounds. After the process the bone fragments are pulverized to about aquarium gravel texture. Depending on the fuel […]

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“Cremated Remains” What To Do With Them?

| December 15, 2010 | 1 Comments

The Ashes The word “ashes” is used to describe cremated remains. The media portrays it as light ash. The reality is the remains are bone fragments that have been mechanically reduced. They normally don’t gently flow into the air. It is more like heavy sand That being said there is some dust or ash that […]

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What To Do With Cremation Ashes

| December 3, 2010 | 1 Comments

What to do with the ashes Our officers in the navy, air force and law enforcement officials truly deserve the best and to be memorialized in the best way possible since they served to protect all of us. Whatever be your needs, a cremation urn that best suits your exact requirements can be bought. Companies […]

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The Cremation Process

| December 1, 2010 | 0 Comments

Avoiding the Funeral Director in your state or country is the best approach to the cremation process, since they will use the opportunity to cross-sell and up-sell more merchandise or products during the grieving period. The Funeral Director will be asked about the decision for cremation or earth burial. There can still be an open […]

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Pet Cremation Services

| November 29, 2010 | 5 Comments

Following the loss of a pet, owners are faced with two options: burial or cremation. Cremation is growing rapidly in popularity because of the green revolution and because you may not have a cemetary or yard to bury the pet. How Pet Cremation Services works for Dogs and Cats Pet cremation services are available through […]

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