Posted on September 23, 2019 by Gail Rubin | 0 Comments
The USPS has recently (September 2019) updated Publication 139 – How to Package and Ship Cremated Remains. The last time the United States Postal Service (USPS) updated their guidelines for mailing cremated remains was October 2014.
Are you a weather geek, an aviation fan or a space enthusiast? MesoLoft offers you an out-of-this-world cremated remains scattering service. Your ashes can be scattered beyond Earth’s atmosphere at the edge of outer space,… Read More→
“Burning Out: What Really Happens Inside a Crematorium,” a huge feature story in the March 2018 issue of Popular Mechanics, covers just about everything you’d want to know about cremation. You can read the full article by… Read More→
For years I’ve recommended national body donation services as a Plan B backup if a medical school can’t take an anatomical gift. Many people want the free cremation offered by medical schools as well as… Read More→
By all measurements, the free Scatter Day event at Sunset Memorial Park was a big success. French Funerals & Cremations, which owns Sunset, would have been happy helping 50 families give a final resting place… Read More→