Burying Remains After Cremation Services

Posted on December 9th, 2019
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Cremation services in Key Biscayne, FL have become more popular in recent years because people appreciate the cost-effectiveness of these services along with the many options they bring with them. As far as final resting places go, you can scatter ashes, keep them in your home, or even bury them as you would in a […]

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The Cremation Evolution

Posted on December 2nd, 2019
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Did you know that cremation services in Coral Gables, FL have been around for thousands of years? It’s a method that dates back farther than any of us can see. But history has told us a lot about cremation over the years and it has actually changed over time. We know that it was used […]

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Choosing An Urn For Cremation Services

Posted on November 18th, 2019
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There are plenty of decisions that go around cremation services in Miami, FL and when you pre-plan your own services, it might feel simple to choose an urn for yourself. You know what you like and your preferences are top of mind. But when you have to pick an urn for a loved one, it’s […]

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Designating Chores For Cremation Services

Posted on October 28th, 2019
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When you organize cremation services in Coral Gables, FL, there are plenty of things that the funeral home can do for you. Once you make the decisions, they will implement them for you. But there are certain things you might want to take care of yourself, or have your family members do for you. Here […]

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Is Cremation Jewelry Right For You?

Posted on October 21st, 2019
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If you decide on cremation services in Key Biscayne, FL for a loved one who has passed on, that’s just the beginning of the decisions you will have to make. You will then have to decide what type of service to have and what to do with your loved one’s remains. The most popular choices […]

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