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Best Cremation Jewelry: 9 Ways to Carry Your Loved One with You

It’s human nature to cling to the ones we’ve lost. History shows that for millennia, we’ve been memorializing our lost loved ones through jewelry to keep them close. This practice was popularized in recent centuries thanks in part to Queen Victoria, who had at least […]

Robert Keller

Robert Keller, 82, of Fort Worth, Texas, passed away peacefully on February 10, 2024 surrounded by family and friends. Bob was known as “the nice one”! Robert, known as Bob, was born July 16, 1941 in Syracuse, New York. He graduated from Syracuse University with […]

Planning Ahead: How to Choose Between Burial vs Cremation Options

When faced with the loss of a loved one, or even contemplating our own mortality, the decision between burial vs cremation becomes a profound one. This choice is far from simple and often laden with cultural, religious, and personal significance. For many, it’s not just […]

Tips for Planning an Ash Scattering Ceremony

Dealing with death is a personal journey that often requires a ceremony of some kind to honor the passing of a loved one. An ash scattering ceremony is an option that grieving families can plan down to the very last detail. Every mindful choice helps […]

Gloria Piserchia

In loving memory of Gloria Piserchia, born on Staten Island, New York City in 1936, who found eternal peace in Texas in January 2024. Although spending most of her life in Norwalk, Connecticut, she remained a very proud New Yorker. She enjoyed her career and […]

What Are the Best Memorial Service Ideas for Cremation?

When it’s time to say goodbye, how do we do it right, especially when a traditional burial isn’t the endnote? We’re here to help with that. This piece lays out some gentle, meaningful ways to hold a memorial service when cremation is the choice. We’ll […]

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