It is permissible in all states to scatter cremated remains, but there are legal requirements and regulations to follow.
We provide families who select cremation with the same variety of choices that accompany a traditional interment: memorial services, gatherings, visitations..may still be arranged.
We are happy to answer any questions about the beautiful commemorative choices that accompany the cremation process.
Cremation is the process by which a body is exposed to extreme heat, usually 1800 - 2000 degrees Fahrenheit for two hours or more.
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Family and friends are given the opportunity to see their loved one for the last time and for all to say good-bye.
Final disposition of the cremated remains may be burial in a cemetery.
A casket is not required for a cremation to take place.
All that is required is an alternative container in most states.
The construction can be made of wood or cardboard, which is cremated with the body. Yes, in most situations, the cremation providers will permit family members to be in attendances when the body is placed into the cremation chamber.
Actually, a few religious groups include this as part of their funeral practice.
There are countless options and laws do vary from state to state.