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Your loved one wished to be cremated. Yet a big question remains: What can you do with the ashes of a cremated loved one?
Death is not a one-size-fits-all topic… especially when it comes to today’s families. While funeral professionals of the past may have been able to rely on the idea that a funeral was a “necessary tradition,” today’s families simply don’t share those same feelings.
“Gratitude can transform common days into thanksgivings, turn routine jobs into joy, and change” – William Arthur Ward
When the topic of personalization first hit the funeral profession over a decade ago, it was a completely revolutionary idea…
MIAMI FUNER, 14-17 March 2017 at the Miami Airport Convention Center, will gather in Miami the most important funeral professionals.
Ontario cities plan for birth, childhood, work and retirement, but are rapidly running of out cemetery and burial space. Why aren’t we planning for death?
Burial at sea is thought to have taken place throughout history, with instances dating back as far as Ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome, alongside the traditional funerary rites of these civilisations.
Since the 15th Century the Ars Moriendi or the ‘Art of Dying’ had been a recognised model for the ideal death. However after a period of scepticism during the Enlightenment of the 18th Century, it resurged with vigour under the growing Evangelicalism of Victorian Britain.
Quebecers looking for a more eco-friendly alternative to cremation may find their match in aquamation, sometimes called bio-cremation.
Big Apple funeral homes are fast becoming a dying breed because New Yorkers are living too darn long, among other factors, according to a report Monday.