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Today’s families have more options for celebrating the life of a deceased loved one than ever before. Cremation doesn’t limit the ability to memorialize a cherished individual. Instead, cremation offers convenience and flexibility to celebrate someone special in a way uniquely suited to that person. After...

With more and more people choosing cremation, more families are naturally curious and have questions about cremation. After nearly 40 years of experience assisting families throughout Texas, aCremation has developed a way to provide affordable cremation services that continue to keep the dignity of loved...

[caption id="attachment_5874" align="alignright" width="189"] Cremation rates continue to rise as people reconsider the limitations and cost of traditional funerals.[/caption] Cremation rates continue to rise and long-standing funeral traditions are adapting quickly. This change is something aCremation recognized several years ago. That’s when aCremation’s founder decided the...

[caption id="attachment_5650" align="alignright" width="150"] Jacque Harris with SouthernCare Hospice near Waco is aCremation's February Dedicated Caregiver of the Month.[/caption] Jacque Harris, a nurse with SouthernCare hospice near Waco, left an impression with one family even before she met them. When the Bonham family was faced with...

I came across this article the other day and I believe it does a wonderful job addressing one of the most common topics that comes up in the life of a funeral director - "How do I plan a good memorial?" - that specializes in...

One of the common questions I hear is, “What are people actually cremated in?” And my answering is typically, “It depends.” Here is why. When a body is cremated, it is placed in the cremation chamber (called a retort) in some type of cremation container. This...

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