Consumer’s Guide To Burial And Cremation Options
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Everyone wants a personal, meaningful funeral or memorial service. We all know that memorable events don’t simply happen without a lot of preparation and hard work. Fortunately, funeral planning is such a universal need that the path is well-marked, and whether you are planning in advance or planning because the need is immediate there are basic decisions to make that can either be economical or costly, depending on how well-prepared you are. This free, downloadable article lays out the full range of basic funeral planning options from traditional casket & hearse burials to cremation with the scattering of ashes to the rapidly expanding “Green” movement in funerals and cemeteries.
Funeral decisions are heavily influenced by three main factors; (1) religious and cultural traditions, (2) costs, and (3) personal preferences. These factors help to determine the basic “dimensions” of the funeral: will it be elaborate or simple, public or private, religious or secular? Will it involve cremation or burial? In the case of burial, many factors influence whether the body will be present at the funeral, if there will be a viewing or visitation, and if so, whether the casket will be open or closed? Where will it be held, who will attend, who will sit where, and a hundred other details all flow from the basic “dimensions” in funeral planning.
The guide is yours, as a gift from us—and we hope it will be useful.
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