Urns

Many families seek out special ways to remember loved ones after our services have been rendered. As cremations become more popular in Texas and around the U.S., choosing cremation jewelry can leave you with a staggering array of choices. In our most recent blog entry, we...

Even with all the options available today for memorialization, many people still want to bury the cremated remains of their loved in a cemetery. Sometimes this is because there is a family cemetery where generations have been laid to rest. Other times it’s because a...

I have always liked the Disney quote, "If you can dream it, you can do it." That's pretty much where we are now when it comes to unique urns and scattering choices. No longer are loved ones limited to a handful of options that look...

My brother and his family are planning a trip to New Orleans. Like many tourists, one of the items on their "to do" list is visiting one of the Crescent City's famous above ground cemeteries. Thanks mostly to the high water table there, approximately 90...

You may know that full-body in-ground burials usually involve a reinforced concrete outer burial container, often called a burial vault. But did you know the same goes for burying cremation urns? First of all, it's not because of the law. Most states, including Texas, do NOT...

You’ve probably seen the humorous scenes where ashes get blown into a family member’s face. Or the urn gets knocked over, spilling its contents into the family room, onto relatives and eventually all over the ground. Truthfully, these types of scenarios almost never, if ever,...