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Cremation Products


Cremation urns are made of many different types of materials, from bronze and copper to stainless steel to various species of hardwood.


Many urns can be personalized, thereby offering a visual record of a life lived. In addition to names, birth dates, and death dates, a favorite activity, sport, or hobby, fraternal organization, or military emblem can also be engraved on the cremation urn.



Until the urn is personalized, it's just a container. After it's personalized, it serves as a permanent memorial--a lasting tribute to the life that was lived.



Keepsake urns are smaller urns that hold a portion of the cremated remains.They range in design from very simple to very detailed works of art.



The concept behind the keepsake is to allow each family member to have a small amount of the cremated remains to create a personal memorial.



This is particularly important when scattering is chosen as the method of final disposition for the cremated remains, or for families and friends separated by distance.




 

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