The “Cremation Cost” Choice

| November 15, 2010 | 0 Comments

Cremation Choice Increasing

Recent report indicates that cremation’s share of all funeral services in 2009 was 36.84 percent, up from 35.77 percent in 2008.

The figure was less than 20 percent in 1995 and has been increasing by nearly 1 percent a year for the past five years.

In today’s economy,

people find that cremation is a more affordable alternative to a traditional funeral service with burial.

Cremation also gives families more convenience in scheduling services.

Considering that families are increasingly geographically diverse, some families choose cremation as a matter of convenience.

People may not realize that they have many cremation options available and the choices you make can have a large impact on the cremation costs.

These include having a visitation/funeral service before cremation or a memorial service following cremation; scattering the ashes at a place meaningful to the deceased; or placing them in keepsake jewelry or an urn to be kept at place of the family’s choosing.

For some families, cremation provides a simpler alternative to a traditional service. Please visit our page on some high end cremation urns available online.

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