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Saying Good-Bye with a MemryStone – Cremation Personalization

Saying Good-Bye with a MemryStone – Cremation Personalization

April 6, 2015

Saying goodbye can be hard for many Americans. BT Hathaway is making it his mission to ease the hardship associated with saying those final words when a loved one dies. In the funeral business for more than 25 years, Hathaway had an idea in the back of his mind. Growing up in the funeral industry, […]

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Cemeteries finding a future with cremation

Cemeteries finding a future with cremation

March 31, 2015

With more Americans leaning towards cremation as their after-death option, cemeteries across the country are having to jump on board with the trend, making more space available to serve as the final resting space for cremated remains. Arlington National Cemetery isn’t exempt from this growing trend. According to a recent article, the increased need of […]

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Knoxville Pilot Offers Aerial Scattering

Knoxville Pilot Offers Aerial Scattering

March 26, 2015

Located near Knoxville, in the foothills of East Tennessee, is a pilot with a special mission. Paul Bale, pilot and owner of Smoky Mountain Scatterings, offers families the opportunity to have their loved one’s cremated remains scattered by airplane over the beautiful, remote mountainous sections of western North Carolina and eastern Tennessee. He has been […]

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Urns That Don’t Look Like Urns

Urns That Don’t Look Like Urns

March 16, 2015

Life doesn’t necessarily have to end at death. From her home studio in Apex, N.C., Julie Moore works crafting brightly colored fabric vessels to help families keep their loved ones “alive” while memorializing their cremated remains. A recent article featured Moore, along with other urn artists, who are assisting people who find themselves looking for […]

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Cremation Becoming More Popular in Texas

Cremation Becoming More Popular in Texas

March 12, 2015

Across the country, more and more families are leaning towards cremation, turning generations of families away from the traditional burial service held for their parents and grandparents. A recent article stated that the rapidly increasing rate of cremations rather than traditional burial is one of the biggest changes Ted Dickey is seeing in the death […]

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