People choose cremation as an alternative to traditional burial. The reasons vary and may be based on personal and religious beliefs..
Cremation is simply one way of preparing your loved one for remembrance and memorialization.
There is still a need for a meaningful gathering to celebrate the life of that loved one and to assist the survivors in the grieving and healing process. This tribute may take place before or after cremation and may be as personalized as you wish. It may take place in a church, funeral home or cemetery. But where will your loved one's - or your own - cremated remains end up in ten or fifty years from now if no final resting place is chosen - a closet? An attic? Lost? It happens!
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You can take the burden from your loved ones by choosing a final resting place in advance. Memorializing a loved one's cremated remains in a columbarium, cremation garden, family estate or scattering garden is an important part of the grieving process. This permanent memorial location gives families, friends and future generations a place to remember and pay tribute, to visit whenever they wish to feel close without having to ring a doorbell or explain why they want to connect. Having a specific place to go with permanent memorialization gives a focal point to aid in healing and closure.
Having your remains at a cemetery ensures that future generations will have a place to go and remember that will always be maintained and preserved.