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[caption id="attachment_3714" align="alignright" width="300"] Image courtesy of www.yelp.com[/caption] I recently saw a great article about Baby Boomers by Sally Kane on About.com. In it, she writes, “Baby Boomers are confident, independent and self-reliant. This generation grew up in an era of reform and believe they can...

[caption id="attachment_3654" align="alignright" width="300"] Image courtesy of www.ncassociation.org[/caption] aCremation has expanded and is now serving Southern California! Already successful in Texas, aCremation now provides affordable cremation services in Los Angeles and Orange County. People choose cremation for a variety of reasons. By providing families the ability to...

[caption id="attachment_3348" align="alignright" width="275"] Image courtesy of www.ceremoniesbydesign.ca[/caption] Over the holidays I was blessed to visit with family and friends. Being in the industry, something about cremation always comes up with someone saying, “I’ve always wondered…” Well this year, it was followed by, “Is scattering ashes...

This week ends one of the best national recognition months - National Hospice Palliative Care Month. Although many are not aware of its existence, there couldn’t be a more impressive and valuable group to recognize. Learn more from the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO). More patients...

The decision between cremating and burying loved ones remains a very personal one in the United States. Most people don’t even like to discuss their plans for their final resting place until their later years. Even then, it comes down to finances, personal preferences and religious beliefs. Studies show...

aCremation often gets asked if it is possible to view an unbembalmed body.  In most cases – yes – if held soon after the death occurs. It’s important to remember that decomposition begins immediately. The longer the time between death and the viewing, the greater the...